Classic Winter Raglan Sweater 1938 - 100% Norwegian Wool, Hand-knitted

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1.763,00 zł

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The first, classic MAYL Wear winter sweater in beige-grey designed by Piotr Kopertowski with a slightly oversized fit (one size fits all) in a soft and very comfortable 100% Peer Gynt Norwegian Wool. It takes around a week to knit one piece by an amazing group of women in Sri Lanka that Piotr Kopertowski supports. Featuring a round neck and a specially designed pattern on the front, back, and arms together with raglan sleeves. The design, optically the pattern will make your chest and shoulders looks wider and bigger. Well maintain wool can hold quality for more than 20+ years. It's a perfect sweater for Fall/Winter Season or as a gift for your loved ones.

About Peer Gynt Wool. It's the original and oldest yarn quality that has been on the market since 1938. We choose this wool at its looks great with larger masculine garments as the shape and drape hold well. Made out of rougher and better-fitted sport weight yarn (long stable wool fibres).

One Size
Fits all as the wool is easy to mold in a bigger size when needed.
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To make sure the years of enjoyment from knitwear, you should understand how important it is that you wash garments correctly. Woollen garments have to be washed by hand at low temperature, otherwise, machine wash will destroy the wool or the garment will shrink of felt. 

Use detergents specially made for wool. Use plenty of water and wash the knitwear inside out. Squeeze the garment gently. Do not rub or wring. Don't soak the garment too long in the water. To make the garment bigger you can stretch it into the bigger size by drying it flat. Do not hang! You can spread out any wool garments on a towel to dry. Do not dry it in direct sunlight. Store it by folding the garment than hanging it.

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