The Edna Sweater | Zero Waste Silk Scrap
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Launching June 30th, 2020 at 4:00pm CST
* This style is made to order. Please allow up to 2 weeks for your order to ship *
This cool cropped sweater is hand knit using left over pieces of silk scrap generated from Winsome's modern collection. It features a square scoop neckline, slight balloon sleeve
1.5-2.5 lbs silk scrap depending on size
Bust up to 32”
Body Length 16”
Bust up to 34”
Body Length 16.5”
Bust up to 36”
Body Length 17”
Bust up to 40”
Body Length 17.5”
Bust up to 44”
Body Length 18”
Bust up to 47.5”
Body Length 18.5”
Bust up to 50”
Body Length 19”
Machine wash cold on delicate. Lay flat to dry. Wash sparingly.
All Winsome silk is pre-washed to account for any shrinkage, dye bleeding/fading, and to ensure ease of care. You don’t have to be too fragile with any of our silk garments; wear it daily and never wash it, wash it by hand or throw it in the machine on the delicate cycle.
WINSOME GOODS (est. 2014) is a design house and production studio based in Northeast Minneapolis. Our line of clothing is designed, sampled and produced under one roof by a small team of happy people with a commitment to sustainable and ethical design practices. We create unique garments that are versatile in purpose, and fit sizes XS-3XL. The fabrics we use to make Winsome products are selected based on sustainability and ease of care, so you’ll never have to worry about dry-cleaning. By producing everything in our studio, we minimize material and resource waste. All of our fabrics are natural (including silk, wool, and linen) or synthetics that are sourced exclusively from recycled or dead-stock sources. We are proud to be part of the movement towards functional, versatile and sustainable design and we do it all by providing the people most intimately connected with the production of the garment - the producers - with well-paid wages and a beautiful studio to work in.