The Knotty Ones first genderless sweater looks great either side of the wardrobe. Designed in collaboration with their favorite Lithuanian designer, Eglė Žiemytė, it brings together their Baltic roots with a 21st century spin. Its yarns and textures were inspired by traditional textiles and artisanal weaving methods, passed down through generations. And, don’t worry, Patch’s' 100% Merino wool would definitely pass our grandmothers' strict quality control measures.
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- Width: 62cm / 24.4in (size S), 66cm / 26in (size M), 70cm / 27.6in (size L)
- Length: 67cm / 26.4in (size S), 70cm / 27.6in (size M), 73cm / 28.7in (size L)
- Sleeve length: 55cm / 21.7in (size S), 59cm / 23.2in (size M), 62cm / 24.4in (size L)
ABOUT THE BRAND
Why we love it: Based between Brooklyn, New York, and Vilnius, Lithuania, the three young female founders of The Knotty Ones are in pursuit of changing the industry one knit at a time.
The Knotty Ones are big believers in shopping less, but better. Celebrating quality garments that will last you for many seasons, hence focus on creating individual pieces rather than collections. They source only natural and sustainable fabrics while incorporating better practices throughout their supply chain to make beautiful knitwear at a fraction of the environmental impact of fast fashion. The fairly paid craftswomen behind The Knotty Ones are mostly stay-at-home moms, from small Lithuanian towns where jobs are extremely scarce. They now proudly provide for themselves and their beautiful families.