NORSE PROJECTS

Viggo Alpaca Fair Isle

The Viggo Alpaca Fair Isle takes its inspiration from classic Fair Isle knit patterns. It is knitted from a super soft, thick woolen baby alpaca yarn and constructed in an allover jacquard technique featuring the natural colours of the alpaca. The relaxed fitted style is finished with a single ribbed neck trim, cuffs and hem.

Alpaca wool is luxuriously soft, hypoallergenic and unique in its insulation properties. It is quickly becoming one of the world’s most renowned sustainable fibres, as alpacas produce more fleece than sheep and they have more effective eating and drinking habits than other grazing animals, which also reduces the environmental impact. By choosing Alpaca from the free-range breed farms in the Andes, Norse Projects can fully trace the yarn from agriculture to the finished garment.

Model is 187cm and wears size M.

Style-no: N45-0519

— 100% woolen baby alpaca
— 5 gauge
— Relaxed fit
— Peruvian yarn
— Knitted in Peru
425 USD

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The Viggo Alpaca Fair Isle takes its inspiration from classic Fair Isle knit patterns. It is knitted from a super soft, thick woolen baby alpaca yarn and constructed in an allover jacquard technique featuring the natural colours of the alpaca. The relaxed fitted style is finished with a single ribbed neck trim, cuffs and hem.

Alpaca wool is luxuriously soft, hypoallergenic and unique in its insulation properties. It is quickly becoming one of the world’s most renowned sustainable fibres, as alpacas produce more fleece than sheep and they have more effective eating and drinking habits than other grazing animals, which also reduces the environmental impact. By choosing Alpaca from the free-range breed farms in the Andes, Norse Projects can fully trace the yarn from agriculture to the finished garment.

Model is 187cm and wears size M.

Style-no: N45-0519

— 100% woolen baby alpaca
— 5 gauge
— Relaxed fit
— Peruvian yarn
— Knitted in Peru