This is a general guideline for our knit garments, as the nature of our hand finished & hand knit products means that each style may vary. Please note wool garments are predominately worn as outer wear and sizing reflects this.
Please refer to the Size Chart below to ensure you get the best fit. Make sure to measure the fullest part of your body. If you are in-between sizes we recommend choosing the larger size, but please follow your own fit preference i.e. Snug vs Loose Fit.
Goods ordered through this website will be delivered to most countries. However we may not be able to deliver to all countries. Deliveries will be made normal business hours, Monday to Friday, excluding bank holidays. Orders will be delivered within approximately 14 working days. We do not deliver goods to P.O. Boxes. If you wish to change the Delivery Address after the order is placed, please contact email@example.com
It is our goal to deliver within the above mentioned times, however, delivery dates are not guaranteed as shipments are handled by third parties. Order cut-off times are provided as a guideline only and do not take into account possible delays caused by payment authorisation.
You can return items within 28 Days for a Full refund. Returns are easy, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Give your garment the love and care it deserves, and it will love you back.
This is a general care guide - we recommend you read the care label on the inside of your garment before proceeding to wash it.
How to Wash Your Wool Garment
When washing your garment, it’s important to hand wash it, machine wash as it only if you have a Wool/Silk Wash option, otherwise you will cause shrinkage. Lukewarm water is most suitable as very hot or cold water may shrink your sweater. Only use a small amount of detergent, too much can be difficult to rinse from your garment which may leave it coarse. Try to wash one at a time to avoid any colour mixing. Top Tip: You should never wring or scrub your wool garment as this can cause pilling and stretching.
Drying Your Wool Garment
The most important guideline to follow when it comes to drying your wool garment is to never put it in a tumble dryer, as this will cause it to shrink. Dry your sweater flat across a clothes rail or on a towel. It’s important not to hang your garment to dry as this will stretch it. Top Tip: If your garment needs to be reshaped, do this while it's still damp.
Storing Your Aran Sweater
The best way to store your aran sweater is to fold it, hanging it will cause the shoulders to stretch and the weight will stretch the body length. If you are storing your sweaters for the summer, we recommend putting them in breathable bags to avoid any mildew. Top Tip: If you are storing your wool garments for the summer, put a sachet of lavender in with them, this will keep any little bugs away!
The 'Kilcoole' Coatigan is a wardrobe staple - part card... read more
The 'Kilcoole' Coatigan is a wardrobe staple - part cardigan, part coat, and made with 100% merino wool to keep you cosy at all times. The Kilcoole features a textured knit, rather than all over cabling, and so is a more contemporary garment - great paired with jeans, dresses and skirts.
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We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience and assure you that we will re-open as soon as possible.