Price: $96.50
(as of Mar 25,2021 05:50:12 UTC – Details)

This wonderful Flare Cardigan with Diamond Pattern from Aran Woolen Mills is guaranteed to find a special spot in your fall or winter wardrobe. Its unmatched level of comfort, coupled with an Aran stitch design resembling a traditional diamond pattern, make this cardigan a very versatile piece that you can dress up or down in for a wide variety of occasions. Knitted from pure merino wool and made at Aran Woolen Mills headquarters in Dublin, this cardigan is as Irish as they come, and features wooden buttons as well as a flared collar that adds a very stylish layer of comfort. This wonderful cardigan is available in a full array of sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL. It is also available in two fantastic colors: Natural white or dark teal. Order yours today and quit missing out on the wonderful world of merino wool. You will not regret owning one of these special cardigans.
Give the gift of merino wool this year and pick up one of these cardigans for the Celtic lass in your life who will love this homage to her Irish heritage. She’ll be blown away by the unbeatable comfort it offers, and of course will appreciate the timeless iconic design.
Aran Woolen Mills has served as one of Ireland’s most prominent and well-respected makers of fine woolen garments for generations. The company, which is headquartered in Dublin, puts a painstaking level of detail in every piece, adhering to traditions and philosophies in knitting that have lasted for many generations throughout Ireland.
The 100% pure merino wool used in these cardigans is the finest available, and you’ll agree the second you put this cardigan on for the very first time. Another quality of merino is that it holds its color and tightness of years, meaning you’ll get to enjoy this garment for a very long time!
The Aran stitch is an Irish tradition spanning nearly two centuries, and has its roots in the Aran Islands off Ireland’s west coast. The fishing communities there designed Aran patterns to identify different families, and also used the tight textured knit to help protect their fishermen from the harsh Atlantic elements.