McCartney Fair Isle Cardigan
A STEP FORWARD FOR THE HOMELESS
When the Beatles split in 1970, Sir Paul McCartney decided it was time for a change of pace. He moved out to his farm in Scotland, grew a beard, and traded in his hippie haberdashery for a handful of decadent fair isle sweaters. We like to think our newest cardigan would have had a home in Paul’s closet. This teal & white sweater features natural wood buttons, a vegan leather patch, and a midnight blue, burgundy, and burnt orange Fair Isle pattern at its base & cuffs. This brilliant cardigan was manufactured in Binghamton, New York with recycled cotton and recycled polyester yarns, making it warm, soft, and good for the earth.
As always, every product sold creates employment for a young person experiencing homelessness.
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80% Recycled cotton, 20% Recycled polyester
Machine wash cold on gentle cycle, do not bleach, tumble dry low, do not dry clean or iron.