Soft and restrained, the Willow shines a light on the beauty of pure wool with a monochrome palette and intricate cable pattern. She may look effortless and delicate enough to blow away on a breeze, but this sweater is the most labor-intensive in the lineup, taking several days to knit. Ribbed pockets blend seamlessly into the body, while the addition of a hood and fleece lining make this design as practical as it is attractive.
Lost Horizons has been an accredited Member of the Fair Trade Federation since 2007. Their holistic approach to Fair Trade ensures everyone involved in their business—from their artisans in Nepal, to their Canadian team members, to their customers around the world—is treated with respect and paid fairly.
SIZE CHART: People come in all different shapes and sizes—and so do Lost Horizons sweaters.
Lost Horizons apparel is generally true to size. Keep in mind that all their knits are handmade and therefore vary slightly from piece to piece and design to design.
We think having a bit of extra room in your comfiest sweater is the best way to go and recommend if unsure which size to pick, select a size up.
How to Measure: The best way to ensure a good fit is by measuring a similar item you already own that fits you well and compare the measurements to those listed below:
MATERIALS: 100% pure New Zealand sheep’s wool, AZO-free Swiss dyes, cotton and/or polyester fleece lining (for extra warmth, comfort and practicality), YKK Zipper, reclaimed wood zipper pull
Made to last with premium quality workmanship and materials. Lost Horizons is committed supporting animal rights.
USE: Wear as desired for added warmth and style. Ideal during fall, spring and those warmer Canadian winter days.
Not safe for washing or drying machines. Hand/spot wash only.
END OF LIFE: Wool is naturally biodegradable, fleece lining is disposable as household waste.
Designed in Canada and ethically crafted in Nepal.