Love Stitch Knit Sleeveless Tunic in SKY
Love Stitch Knit Sleeveless Tunic in SKY
Love Stitch Knit Sleeveless Tunic in SKY
Love Stitch Knit Sleeveless Tunic in SKY
Love Stitch Knit Sleeveless Tunic in SKY
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Love Stitch Knit Sleeveless Tunic in SKY

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Something different with a Traditional NOTE

This tweed wool handknit is cut with deep raglan armholes so you can easily layer up.

Long enough for leggings or with chunky socks and Docs.
The Aran stitch designs used here reflect love in many ways.

(The pink image is a shorter earlier version and the pockets are not on the blue or updated versions one)

The zig zag lines represent the ups and downs of life and the Tree design represents family and friends.

Some cabling too because this is Aran and Aran loves cables. The sides are a rice stitch that was used on Donegal Aran in the 1970's.

Handknit with lots of love and skill here in Donegal, Ireland

Sizes: Loose Fit
Med -Lge: CHEST 40-42 ins measure flat underarm the armhole, will best fit chest size 36 ins or 38ins approx, the line is straight over the hips and the fabric has a light knit stretch


Composition 100% pure new wool merino base tweed spun in Donegal

Care See 'How to care for me'

Lead time: Ready to post 


Size Guide

Sweater Sizing Guide for Edel MacBride

UK 6-8 8-10 10-12 12-14 14-16 16-18
US 2-4 4-6 6-8 8-10 10-12 12-14
Chest 36 ins
92 cms
38 ins
96 cms
40 ins
102 cms
43 ins
110 cms
46 ins
118 cms
50 ins
126 cms
Length 26 ins
66.5 cms
26 ins
66.5 cms
27 ins
69 cms
27 ins
69 cms
28 ins
72 cms
28 ins
72 cms
Sleeve 17 ins
44 cms
17.5 ins
45 cms
18 ins
47 cms
18.5 ins
48 cms
18.5 ins
48 cms
19 ins
49 cms

These are the actual garment measurements.

Chest is measured under the point where the sleeve and body meet.

Length is measured from the centre shoulder point to below the waist.

Sleeve here is the underarm length of the sleeve including the cuff.

More measurements may be given in the garment description.

How To Care For Me

How to care for me

Maybe you’ve never owned one of me before?

Here’s my experience so far;

I’d prefer not to be stuck in that dark press but when I must go in there just roll me up loosely first. 

I don’t need much washing although my Italian cousins say that I’m a gorgeous natural thing and washing improves me! 

When washing make it no higher than 30 degrees and please only a wool recommended detergent. Squeeze all the water out after handwashing me, even roll me up in a towel to do this!  Dry me flat on my back.

Keep direct sunlight away from my cables!

Edel and many of her long-term clients machine wash my friends. Hopefully they never put them in the drum at higher than 30 degrees or with nasty biological stuff!!!! The horror.

I’m terrified of the tumble dryer, please never do that to me.

Through Summer if you don’t need me (I hope you will), store me in an airtight zip bag please and I’ll get a rest with no disruption. I hope to spend a lifetime with you, but if you want to give me to a friend or send me to a charity store for a break that’s OK.

My wool is so healthy to wear and antibacterial, plus you’ll be living off the compliments.

Bullet point summary:

  • Roll up when stored
  • 30 degree hand or machine wool wash cycle
  • Only recommended detergents
  • Squeeze all excess water out after a handwash (roll in a dry clean towel)
  • Dry flat
  • Avoid direct sunlight
  • Hang-up if you wish, choose the hanger carefully (incase shoulders get stretched)
  • Dry cleaning is allowed, but we prefer washing
  • Often all that’s needed is to hang in the air a few hours to refresh
  • Avoid seat belts and cross - body bags due to fabric abrasion