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Organic alpaca

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by Emma Elwin on 7 July, 2016

Emma has so much to tell you but so little time – in the meantime, here's a tip!

I have so much to tell but no time to write it all down here on the blog. So in the mean time I want to show you this beautiful organic alpaca knit that I am living in at the moment. It is from the Swedish brand Maska. Right now I am wearing it to big mama jeans and sandals or just over a summer dress. And for winter I think it is going to be my favorite sweater. It is so soft and light to wear.

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2 Comments

Emma: Alpaka är ett kameldjur! Alpakaull som tröjan är gjord av kommer inte från kaniner. Du kan läsa mer om det här: https://sv.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpackaull
July 7, 2016

Andrea: Men du, angora är väl inget snällt och mjukt för kaninerna? Var det inte angora som flera företag tog bort från sitt utbud efter att det uppdagats hur pälsen slits av levande kaniner? Hur hanterar Maska det? Vänligen, Andrea
July 7, 2016

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