WHAT WE DO

WHAT WE DO

We provide the Fair Isle sweaters which were typically close fitting, raised necked, and in the case of a woman’s sweater, waist length. The corresponding sweaters for men were slightly longer in length. The twisting, turning patterning of the knit stitches are thought to reflect the heavily forested surrounding mountainous areas, perhaps follow the twisted pattern of branches. The flecks of colored embroidery duplicate the field flowers in bloom. The main body of the Fair Isle sweater was knit with a diagonal two-colored pattern.

Small patterns on the layer lines assisted several purposes and it is used to frame the pattern, create a fabricated seam line, and to guide the knitter when cutting an opening for the sleeve.We offer a widespread range of design and color selection. In this vast world of assembly line production it's comforting to know that a privileged few can still experience the joy of owning handmade.