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For those chilly moments as the sun goes down, before your workout, when you get out of bed in the morning, or while you wait for that significant other to get closer to warm you up! And once you're a little warmer it's the perfect sweater to settle down and relax in. Made with 100% muesling free Merino wool with sophisticated lace details. These sweaters will keep you warm in cool spells and dry in warm spells during those sudden spring showers. From work to dance class, to coffee, to the mountains and back again travel in chic comfort and steez.
Size and Fit:
True to size - For a closer fit, go with the same size as your t-shirt size. For a looser fit, go a size up. The bamboo fleece knit has an ample amount of stretch for comfort and movement throughout. The oversized turtleneck keeps you cozy, but is wide enough not to feel constricted, and can be worn up as a hood; And, it leaves you plenty of room to put it over your head without mussing up your hair. The hem sits just above the hip at your wearer's waist/ your jeans waistband for comfort and for coverage. Longer arm cuffs keep your hands cozy, but are easy to roll up when you need to get work done.
Wash and Care:
Hand wash and lay flat to dry, or Machine wash inside out in a laundry bag, cold, gentle cycle, and lay flat to dry.
100% Merino Wool
100% sourced and made in Canada
Learn the basic fitting techniques to make your skirt patterns fit you and give it a little splash of style! In this class we will draft waistbands, circle skirts, a-line skirts, and flare skirts. Take your skirt game to the next level!
This course is three 2-hour sessions. The next session is:
October 9, 16 & 23 - 6 pm to 8 pm
*Intermediate sewing/ patternmaking skills, Pattern Making 101 or equivalent experience are the recommended prerequisite for this course.
Class fees include all supplies except rulers and fabric scissors. Rulers are available for purchase in the Assemble Work/Shop, and during the class.
Riyoko Studio, 1721 29 Ave SW, Suite 445
Instructor: Aileen Beninger
Aileen is one of the co-founders of Assemble Work/Shop. She is a professional Fashion Designer with a background in Knitwear and Home Decor. Her approach to both fashion, as well as home decor is focused on locally crafted, high quality product. Aileen founded Homeage in the early 2000s, a home decor company focusing primarily on carefully curated custom and handmade interior textile pieces for client’s homes and businesses. Prior to Homeage, Aileen graduated from Ryerson University and shortly afterwards, founded and designed for NONONO, a Toronto children’s wear company producing locally made children’s clothing and printed textiles. Aileen nurtured NONONO for 15 successful years.
Aileen can't wait to share her passion, knowledge, and experience in textile and design with you!