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Inis Meáin Aran-knit Wool Jumper - Blue
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Aran-knit Wool Jumper - Blue
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Inis Meáin Claíochaí Wool Jumper - Blue
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Claíochaí Wool Jumper - Blue
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Inis Meáin Moss Zip-through Wool Jumper - Blue
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Moss Zip-through Wool Jumper - Blue
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Inis Meáin Loose Roll-neck Wool Jumper - Blue
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Loose Roll-neck Wool Jumper - Blue
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Inis Meáin Loose Roll-neck Wool Jumper - Grey
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Loose Roll-neck Wool Jumper - Grey
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When it comes to knitwear from Inis Meáin, Lyst has you covered. Available in a wide range of colors and styles, these knitwear are designed to last. Inis Meáin is renowned for creating highly wearable, well-made knitwear. The label is committed to delivering pieces that are not only expertly crafted, but look good and are fully functional, too. With an array of colours and textures to choose from, there is something to suit every preference. Invest in muted hues for a sophisticated, everyday look, or opt for bolder options to elevate your look. Your wool knitwear will become more beautiful with time as long you take special care when maintaining them. Wool is a durable and sturdy fabric, but does need special attention to keep it looking its best. We would advise checking what is specified on the item’s care label, knitwear will be dry clean only, hand wash or machine washable on a delicate cycle. The first step in taking proper care of wool garments is to always turn inside out before washing, which will help slow down any pilling or wear of the fabric. Most wool is washable, with the main exception of structured pieces like suits, jackets and blazers, which are best spot cleaned. Otherwise, hand washing is often the safest way to treat wool, and requires lukewarm water mixed with a specialist wool detergent. To minimize the risk of shrinkage, it is advised to soak in cold water before you put in the machine. The heat from the tumble dryer can also shrink your garment, so it is best to lay wool flat and allow to air dry away from sunlight and radiators. Never hang when wet as this can ruin the shape, and place away from direct sunlight and heat sources which can cause yellowing and damage. Don’t miss our edit of designer knitwear. Shop new-season and sale pieces now.