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Both Sides Now: Intarsia and Other Knits

October 18, 2019

Both Sides Now: Intarsia And Other Knits

I don’t think well in three dimensions — moving a sofa up or down a set of winding stairs is…

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The Last of Good Scottish Cashmere: William Lockie

January 16, 2019

The Last Of Good Scottish Cashmere: William Lockie

For over a hundred years, workers in Hawick have traced their fortunes to the cashmere industry. This town, like others…

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The Most Versatile Sweater

October 15, 2018

The Most Versatile Sweater

It’s been about ten years since menswear was obsessed with all things classic. Since then, men who were previously clad…

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The Greatest Sweater of a Generation?

April 19, 2018

The Greatest Sweater Of A Generation?

Daniel Day-Lewis likes clothes. He is a second generation Anderson and Sheppard customer, and once studied how to make handmade…

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Ten Stages of Grief When You Find Moth Holes

January 16, 2018

Ten Stages Of Grief When You Find Moth Holes

Our friend Edwin has a great post this morning on what to do when you find moth holes. He lists the…

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I Dropped $100 on Sweater Shavers and Tested Each One So You Don’t Have To

January 15, 2018

I Dropped $100 On Sweater Shavers And Tested Each One So You Don’t Have To

Almost everything nowadays is labeled as a “wardrobe essential” — Melton wool pea coats, Dainite-soled boots, and even tapestry bombers…

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Guide to Buying a Good Aran Sweater

January 8, 2018

Guide To Buying A Good Aran Sweater

In his book, The Aran Islands, John Millington Synge wrote about the set of three islands located off the west of…

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Real People: Chunky Cardigans for Home

January 1, 2018

Real People: Chunky Cardigans For Home

Along with his lessons on how we can become better people, Fred Rogers taught us something about clothing. Each of…

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Five Suggestions for Buying Better Sweaters

December 13, 2017

Five Suggestions For Buying Better Sweaters

I love good knitwear. Chunky, heavy-gauge sweaters, plush merinos, and various neckline styles, from crew to turtlenecks. This year has…

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Onion Articles I Can’t Help but Identify With, Part 137

October 24, 2017

Onion Articles I Can’t Help But Identify With, Part 137

From The Onion, Area Woman Lovingly Lint Rolling Cardigan As If Tending To Prized Stallion: DURHAM, CT—Gently stroking the delicate piece…

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Arts and Craft: Celia Pym’s Darned Sweaters

June 6, 2017

Arts And Craft: Celia Pym’s Darned Sweaters

Check out this cool Norwegian sweater, which is a finalist in the Loewe Foundation Craft Prize competition and on display…

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How to Take Care of Knitwear

March 13, 2017

How To Take Care Of Knitwear

Spring doesn’t officially start for another week, but it already feels like it’s here. The songbirds are singing; the dandelions…

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#PTOman Highlights

January 20, 2017

#PTOman Highlights

Our Instagram followers are some stylish people, so once a week, we like to bring you some highlights from our…

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How to Fix a Hole in a Sweater

January 19, 2017

How To Fix A Hole In A Sweater

The other day, I was picking through my sweater closet and found an old Ralph Lauren Shetland I hadn’t worn…

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Mood Indigo: Ten Indigo Items to Consider

January 11, 2017

Mood Indigo: Ten Indigo Items To Consider

I can’t imagine a wardrobe without indigo. This rich, beautiful shade of blue was originally produced from various species of…

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