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Correctly storing your knitwear plays a big role in ensuring the longevity of your garments. Knits need to be stores in an airtight container or alternative cool, dry space such as a chest of drawers. We recommend they are laundered, dried and aired prior to putting away. Using scented items such as soap or floral sachet while storing is also a great way to keep your garments at their ultimate peak and looking good year round.
Winter knitwear can hold both sentimental and financial value, and we want to minimise pesky moths damaging your garments! If you find your garment has a hole, 90% of the time is a moth hole – this has nothing to do with your environment and everything to do with a tasty soft yarn. The softer the yarn the more moths are drawn to it – it genuinely is a testament to the superior quality of the yarn we use in our knitwear! Ensuring your garments are stored correctly, and stored alongside a scented item such as soap, scented cedarwood or dried lavender will repel moths and minimise moth holes. Cedar or sandal wood is also great for repelling silverfish which can be just as damaging to knitwear.
Care is required when wearing and caring for your lurex garment. Due to the loose weave of cashmere and lurex, these items are prone to snags and catching. This can be fixed by pulling the thread gently through to the reverse side of the garment. Storing your garment correctly can alleviate the risk of snags and catching (see ‘storing your knits’), as well as avoiding contact with jewellery whilst handling and wearing the garment. Pulls in the fabric are to be expected given the nature of the fabric, so please treat as an extremely delicate fabric for longevity.
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