Gheri, a hard-wearing but beautifully patterned heavy cotton, gives this hooded pullover jacket it’s unique and eye-catching look, it is sewn into patchwork here along with other heavy cotton fabrics. The full fleece lining provides a super soft and cosy interior. These jackets are warm, stylish and eco-friendly too (see below)! The jacket is fastened with Nepali wooden ‘Madal’ buttons, a Madal is a traditional Nepali hand drum used in folk music and these lovely buttons are inspired by the shape of the drum and pay homage to the garment’s origin.
Also available in zip up here.
Fabric and Washing info
100% Cotton outer + cotton Fleece lining + trimmings. Handmade and Fairly Traded from Nepal with love. Suitable for Vegans.
Machine Wash on a Cool Cycle. Do Not Tumble dry. Natural dyes may run for the first few washes, wash dark colours separately.
*** Please note that due to the unique nature of this product the garment received may differ considerably in fabric style & colour from that pictured. If you would like to know exactly what the one you will get will look like, then please contact us here***
All measurements are approximate as each garment is individually handmade. We recommend that you go up a size if you are in between sizes. If you are tall and/or have long arms it is also recommended to go up a size to accommodate this.
|Chest Measurement ‘A’||22”||23”||24”||25”||27”||29”||31”|
|Fits approx. chest size||36-38”||38-40”||42-44”||46-48”||50-52”||54-56”||58-60″|
|Sleeve Length Measurement B||23”||23”||23”||28”||28”||28”||28”|
|Length Shoulder to hem||25”||27”||27”||29”||31”||33”||34”|
Eco-Friendly and Socially Conscious Ethical Product
These jackets are made using off-cuts of fabric that would otherwise go to waste. Our suppliers have lots of fabric off-cuts from other products. They spend time sewing these into patchwork when they do not have other garments to make, ensuring that all their employees have work even in quiet periods, and absolutely no usable material is wasted. This is fair trade principles in action, and you can learn more about what fair trade means to us here.
We wanted to make some great products out of this fantastic patchwork to match its story, so we created these patchwork jackets along with some shirts and trousers, using the same technique but different fabric types. All the patchwork is random and totally unique, so we use a natural stone-wash overdye to bring it all together. The result is garments that are beautiful, totally unique and good for the environment – as well as beneficial for the skilled workers who made it. The patchwork garments have been such a success that we now have a whole range!