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  • Dark grey sweater vest with white, light grey, and butterscotch granny squares throughout. The neckline, armholes, and waistband and ribbed, while the rest of the sweater vest is crocheted in the granny square style. Made from entirely upcycled materials.
  • The zero waste sweater vest paired with a short sleeve blue plaid shirt with a front chest pocket, both laying flat against a wooden floor.
  • Detail shot of the ribbed neckline and armhole as well as the shoulder and front of the sweater vest. The neckline is a crewneck style and the armhole is quite wide. The granny squares feature alternating patterns of the three accent colours, and the shoulder squares are slightly smaller than the main body ones.
  • Pam wearing the sweater vest over a black baggy t shirt. The shoulders drop a couple inches past her natural shoulder, and the waistband hangs down over her jeans.
  • Pam showing the back of the vest, where you can see the smaller granny squares along the top back of the sweater vest. She is smiling and looking over her shoulder, very proud of her zero waste creation.
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maritime moose

maritime sweater vest

Regular price $110.00 CAD
Regular price Sale price $110.00 CAD

Description:

The scrappy, woolly, granny square sweater vest of your dreams. This gender free crochet vest features a ribbed neckline, armholes, and waistband. The main body is made from 100% merino wool, and the granny squares throughout are a mix of wool, angora, and acrylic yarn. The best part? This piece is made entirely from scraps of previous maritime moose projects.

Pam is a size small/medium up top and the vest fits loosely over a couple layers of clothing. The unstretched measurements when the vest if laid flat are as follows: width at the centre of armholes is 18.5 inches, width just the under armholes measures 19.5 inches, and the length from shoulder to bottom measures 24.5 inches. There is about 7 inches of stretch in both directions.

Materials:

This product is made using 100% upcycled yarn. We source our materials from local thrift stores, where we carefully select gently used knitwear with holes, stains, or rips. The sweaters are each washed, unraveled by hand, and respun into spools of yarn to be used in future products.

By purchasing items made using repurposed materials, you are participating in a circular economy! Making use of existing materials and products for as long as possible before producing new ones is truly one of our favourite sustainability practices.

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