Cashmere sweater in red by Ally Bee Knitwear is made in Italian recycled cashmere yarn.
Ally Bee Red Cashmere Sweater in recycled cashmere yarn.
Red Cashmere sweater from Ally Bee.
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Ally Bee Knitwear

Bramble Bee Red Cashmere Sweater - moss stitch, recycled cashmere

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Beautiful deep red rich textured cashmere sweater with a moss stitch body. Crew neck, raglan sleeves and ribbed hem. Italian-spun cashmere yarn re-spun from factory off-cuts - this is a yarn as soft as virgin cashmere with 96% less carbon emissions in production. Made by the skilled cashmere specialist knitters at a long-established knitwear factory in the Scottish Borders.

Cashmere Sweater details:

  • Yarn: Italian recycled 'Re Verso'TM cashmere yarn - 95% cashmere 5% merino wool (cruelty-free wool)

  • Knit: Crew neck, rib trim collar, waistband and cuffs

  • Style: Raglan shoulder, moss stitch body on front and back section of sweater

  • Care:Gentlest hand wash or dry clean

  • Made in Hawick, Scotland

Model @astral_appleby is 5'9" and is a UK size 8. She wears a size Small sweater styled with 100% Linen Tailored Wide Trousers from Lemuel MC of London.

How It's Made

This sweater is knitted in an Italian 'Re.Verso' recycled cashmere yarn made from offcuts of premium cashmere discarded by the textile industry. The hat is knitted in a small factory in the Scottish Borders, specialist in premium cashmere knits & Ally Bee has been working with this factory for 7 years. This sweater is 'fully-fashioned', meaning that each panel is knitted to size then skilfully hand-linked to the other sections, thereby minimising waste in knitwear production.


What makes this cashmere so special?
This precious cashmere fibre is collected from offcuts from the textile industry that would otherwise go to waste. Colours are sorted and then the mill carefully re-cards the fibres to produce a yarn as soft and luxurious as the original, but with 96% less carbon emissions in production.