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Women's Merino Wool A-Line Cardigan with Traditional Aran Stitching

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Women's Merino Wool A-Line Cardigan with Traditional Aran Stitching
$89.99

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Description
A fashion-forward take on a classic, our cardigan delivers style in two colors and a figure-flattering A-line shape. A rich patchwork of Aran stitches, knitted in Ireland from super-soft 100% merino wool, are famous for their symbolism. Our sweater includes honeycomb, cable and basketweave stitches. A triple-button placket secures the bodice. Ribbed waist. Imported from Ireland.

Available Colors
Purple

Size
SM (4-6)
M (8-10)
L (12-14)
XL (14-16)

Reviews
4.6
4.6 (based on 8 customer reviews)

By Carmella
FromMadison TN
Beautiful sweater
Comments about Product:
A beautiful sweater, great stitching, made very well, only drawback for me is the sleeves are a little short. They come up above my wrists. Just needs to be a couple inches longer.

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By Joan
FromHolland, VT
A beautiful sweater
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I enjoy wearing this sweater and tend to save it for times I feel special.

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By none
Fromnowhere
It's a lovely sweater
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The sweater is lovely. I am pleased with it.

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By Librarian Jen
FromHudson Valley, NY
Lovely Sweater
Comments about Product:
Too bad it only comes in two colors! The purple is an attention grabber - you don't see this around often - get one before they're gone!

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By winnie
FromSeattle
Love the sweater !!
Comments about Product:
The color, sizing and weight of yarn were great. Just what I had in mind when I placed the order.

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By Sharon
FromNevada City, Ca.
Love it!! Bought another!!
Comments about Product:
Great style. Wish it came in More colors. Natural or gray.

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By Bairbre
FromMA
Don't hesitate to buy this, it's great
Comments about Product:
This sweater is an updated Irish knit style while still true to the traditional fisherman knit look. It is sturdy and warm yet ligtweight enough for indoor use. The fit is flattering and not bulky. It looks great in the non traditional colors. I have a black one and am considering the purple. It is new, and I have not washed it yet.

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By MARY THERESA
FromNEW YORK
I WOULD BUY THIS PRODUCT AGAIN
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I WILL BE WEARING IT OVER CHRISTMAS. I KNOW I WILL GET COMPLIMENTS ON IT.

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