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Tue-Sat 11am-5pm

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201 6th St SE #2

Minneapolis, MN 55414

201 6th St SE #2

Minneapolis, MN 55414

WINTER HOURS

Tue-Sat 11am-5pm

(January - February)

Wol Hide

LAYERING TURTLENECK | CHARCOAL

$ 244.00
Size

Fitted long sleeve with a double layer turtleneck and rib cuffs. This yarn is a fine gauge alpaca, slightly sheer and light weight.  

100% Baby Alpaca. Oeko-Tex certified and undyed.

 

Made in Peru

Measurements taken with garment laying flat.

Small Measures 
Bust 32"
Length 24" shoulder to hem

M Measures
Bust 34"
Length 25.5" shoulder to hem

L Measures
Bust 36"
Length 27" shoulder to hem

Washing & Drying

  • Sweater Knits: It is extremely easy to wash your sweater knits. We suggest hand washing when they need a full cleaning and spot cleaning in between full cleanings with a bit of soap and cold water. Our favorite soap to use is Eucalan. Eucalan is an herb-based soap that protects against moths and does not need to be rinsed out. Accidental felting can always be a fear when washing sweaters, the combination of soap, hot water and agitation creates felting so as long as you avoid these three together, you should be good.
    • Always lay your sweaters flat to air dry to prevent any stretching. Putting them in the dryer when they are wet will cause shrinking and felting. Lightly steaming your sweater knits when they are dry will not only help revitalize the fibers, but it will also sanitize your pieces by killing bacteria deep in the fibers. 

 

Wol Hide creates easy wear for living in. Each piece is created with quality production focused on the craft of knitting, subtle details and textural elements. We use natural, organic and deadstock materials as much as possible with minimal dyeing or chemical processing, choosing fibers for how they wear on us and on the environment.

Started and run in Philadelphia by Leah D'Ambrosio who designs with a holistic approach. There is a thoughtful process behind each piece for how it will affect the environment, how it will interact with the wearer and how to make it garment that you want to keep forever.