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Cabbages and Kings

Cabbages and Kings Rainbow Clouds Cardigan

$146.00

The perfect layering essential. this long-sleeved knit cardigan is expertly crafted from the finest quality alpaca and exudes an ultra fun aesthetic by way of it’s cloud and rainbow knit intarsia and red-buttoned detail. A ribbed scoop neckline and easy fit will tastefully resonate with both child and adult alike.

Each piece is hand made and may vary slightly in pattern, color or measurement.

  • Soft, luxuriously lightweight, and hypoallergenic
  • Fair Trade
  • 100% Fine Alpaca
  • Wooden Buttons
  • Hand knit in Bolivia
This unique children's clothing brand is a strong supporter of fair trade and strives to build bridges between artisans of excellence and socially responsible consumers whenever possible. All of their items are hand made by artisans that reside in Central Mexico and in the Andean Valleys of Peru and Bolivia. The artisans work in collaboration with a network made up of 14 community groups, churches and non-governmental organizations that work to strengthen the capacities of local, participating institutions and base communities.

The perfect layering essential. this long-sleeved knit cardigan is expertly crafted from the finest quality alpaca and exudes an ultra fun aesthetic by way of it’s cloud and rainbow knit intarsia and red-buttoned detail. A ribbed scoop neckline and easy fit will tastefully resonate with both child and adult alike.

Each piece is hand made and may vary slightly in pattern, color or measurement.

  • Soft, luxuriously lightweight, and hypoallergenic
  • Fair Trade
  • 100% Fine Alpaca
  • Wooden Buttons
  • Hand knit in Bolivia
This unique children's clothing brand is a strong supporter of fair trade and strives to build bridges between artisans of excellence and socially responsible consumers whenever possible. All of their items are hand made by artisans that reside in Central Mexico and in the Andean Valleys of Peru and Bolivia. The artisans work in collaboration with a network made up of 14 community groups, churches and non-governmental organizations that work to strengthen the capacities of local, participating institutions and base communities.