The wool in many of our winter styles is from hearty Vermont sheep, whose fibers are longer and more durable than fine wools...and make really cozy sweaters.    

Our finer wool styles are made using a blend from the Rocky Mountains. Sheep with finer wool prefer arid climates over cold, damp Vermont.

Our local partners process the wool gently, so it retains its lanolin and weather-proofing. It also retains natural color and texture characteristics, so each piece is as unique as the wearer. Our regional dye house uses only organic plant-based dyes and never dumps harmful chemicals into our waterways.

 

 

We use hemp for our blends and lighter summer styles, as it's more durable and earth-friendly than cotton.

We also use Tencel, which is made from the wood pulp of trees grown on tree farms. When we use cotton it is organic or recycled and dyed responsibly in facilities required to purify their wastewater.

Garment Care 

Our knits are treated with natural botanicals - not harsh chemicals - and should be washed gently. Turn garments inside out and wash with cool water and mild soap; if washing in a machine, put the garment in a mesh bag and use the gentle cycle. We don't recommend machine washing dyed garments as this may fade the natural dyes. Lay garments flat to dry. Use a pilling comb when necessary.