Helm Fuzzy Beige / No. 021
Knit from a downy blend of alpaca and wool, our Helm is a flattering mock turtleneck with a ribbed waist and neckline. This shape also comes in premium Italian Silk (Leeward) and baby alpaca (Windward).
Knit Library Data
Materials: 75% Alpaca/22% Wool/4% Polyamide
Made in: Peru
Sizes: XS - L
XS= BUST 32” WAIST 24” HIPS 34”
S= BUST 34” WAIST 25” HIPS 35”
M= BUST 36” WAIST 29” HIPS 39”
L= BUST 37” WAIST 30” HIPS 40”
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Hesperios Knit Library Artifact
There were only thirty-six South Island saddlebacks in 1964. A medium-sized songbird native to New Zealand, the saddleback was the first species to be saved by translocation when they were moved to nearby islands. Also called the tīeke or jackbird, they have a fricative upbeat call, a “saddle” of caramel feathers across their back, and bright droplet wattles at the corner of each beak. Though similar, the North Island saddlebacks are often considered a whole distinct species and the juvenile birds have a totally different appearance.