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Red Maple Sportswear

Women's Freya Cardigan

$144.00 $240.00

This botanical patterned jacquard open cardigan sweater is made with an elegant double faced knit fabric of baby alpaca and pima cotton. This sophisticated cardigan has a slightly tailored fit with side vents that gently flares at the hem, along with solid color trim detailing at the front opening, side vents and hem edges. This is the perfect cardigan to throw over any casual look for a little extra style. The cardigan fits true to size.

  • 65% Baby Alpaca, 34% Pima Cotton, 1% Nylon
  • Hand wash in cold water with mild shampoo; lay flat to dry. Or dry clean
  • USA designed and made in Peru
Red Maple Sportswear is a Maine seacoast based apparel company continually inspired by the beauty of nature with a focus on natural fibers. They are a small, independent company with innovative specialty products not found in department stores. Many items are handwoven, handknitted, or handstitched by their network of artisans' cooperatives in Peru, where the founder has worked for over 20 years. 

This botanical patterned jacquard open cardigan sweater is made with an elegant double faced knit fabric of baby alpaca and pima cotton. This sophisticated cardigan has a slightly tailored fit with side vents that gently flares at the hem, along with solid color trim detailing at the front opening, side vents and hem edges. This is the perfect cardigan to throw over any casual look for a little extra style. The cardigan fits true to size.

  • 65% Baby Alpaca, 34% Pima Cotton, 1% Nylon
  • Hand wash in cold water with mild shampoo; lay flat to dry. Or dry clean
  • USA designed and made in Peru
Red Maple Sportswear is a Maine seacoast based apparel company continually inspired by the beauty of nature with a focus on natural fibers. They are a small, independent company with innovative specialty products not found in department stores. Many items are handwoven, handknitted, or handstitched by their network of artisans' cooperatives in Peru, where the founder has worked for over 20 years.