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Alpaca Sweater by Industry of All Nations

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A beautifully-crafted, ultra-soft sweater, knit by hand in Bolivia $325.00

Industry of All Nations works with craftspeople around the world to produce unique, local goods for an international market. This IOAN Alpaca sweater is crafted by a cooperative in La Paz, Bolivia using local fibers. Alpaca is native to the highlands of Bolivia and Peru and comes in various natural colors ranging from soft greys and blacks to browns, beiges and whites. As a hollow core fiber,......read more

"Time's Up" Sweater

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From Lingua Franca $380.00

Made from 100% cashmere, and hand-stitched in NYC, Lingua Franca's striped sweater makes its message clear in bold red lettering: Time's Up. The TIME'S UP Legal Defense Fund receives $100 from the sale of each sweater to help their team fight to offer subsidized legal support to those who have been subjected to sexual harassment, assault or inequality in their workplace....read more

Recycled Sweater Blanket

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This blanket assembled from wool sweater scraps is on a whole other level of cozy $199.00

Boulder, CO-based Etsy seller Sarah McGregor describes herself as a "stay-at-home mom by day and a mad woman with some yarn and a hook by night."  We're thankful for her nighttime habits because they result in beautifully crafted wool products like this one-of-a-kind blanket assembled from six different wool and wool-blend sweaters that Sarah felted, hand cut, and pieced......read more

Knitters Help Penguins After Oil Spill

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Tiny sweaters for oil-soaked penguins pour into New Zealand

When a container ship ran aground off the east coast of New Zealand earlier this month, blue penguins were some of the many animals affected by the oil spill. An NZ knitting shop called Skeinz came up with the ingenious and adorable idea of asking volunteers to donate tiny sweaters to prevent the penguins from injesting the oil while preening. The donations have been pouring in. What a......read more

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