Hand-knitted jumper - the orange and grey one

Sale price Price $179.00 Regular price

This cotton jumper has been hand-knitted in Ballarat by the wonderful Lisa from Loris Clothing just for us. It features a cosy high neck and little bits of sparkle (who doesn't need a bit of sparkle in winter?!).

Made in a pale grey, orange, bronze and brown colour palette, she's fun but earthy, and sits just below the hip (you may even get a bit of bum coverage, depending on your height).

Snuggle up on the couch or take her out with boots, jeans or even a short dress for a winter look as individual as you are.

Loris knits are one-off's and fit many body types! If you'd like more accurate measurements, please get in touch via our contact page. Model is a size 6-8, but this piece is just as comfy on moi (size 12).

Did you know?  All Loris knits are hand-made and take between 30 and 50 hours to complete.

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Product Details
  • Knitted by hand in Victoria, Australia
  • Made primarily from cotton, with a few yarns that have some sparkle and fluff (Lisa primarily uses cotton leftover from other people's collections or op-shop finds to avoid contributing to new fibre manufacture).
  • One size fits many 


Product Care
  • Cold hand wash if needed. Spot wash when possible.
  • Do not bleach, use harsh detergents, put in a dryer or washing machine
  • Dry flat


More about Loris Clothing

Loris is part knitwear label, part one-(wo)man show – where every one-of-a-kind design is knitted by hand from Lisa’s living room. Taught to knit by her Mumma, whom the label is named after, Lisa believes there is something truly special about wearing and celebrating hand-made (so do we!).


Loris pieces are one-of-a-kind, inspiring a sense of intimacy and craftsmanship. Lisa always begins with colour – knitting with a range of wool, cotton and other yarns – designs emerging throughout the process of knitting.


This label is the epitome of Slow Fashion, and we are truly honoured to have the opportunity to introduce it to our local Adelaide and online communities.