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The guide to our knitting stitches
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The guide to our knitting stitches

Do you know the difference between a plain, ribbed, or interlock knit? Take a look at our guide to learn more about the different textures in our selection.

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What's the Life Cycle Assessment? Discover how we measure the environmental footprint of our pieces
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What's the Life Cycle Assessment? Discover how we measure the environmental footprint of our pieces

A Life Cycle Assessment is a systematic process used to evaluate the environmental impacts of a product through its life cycle. This methodology allows us to gain and share detailed information abo...

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4 myths to debunk about Organic Cotton
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4 myths to debunk about Organic Cotton

Organic cotton refers to cotton grown according to the principles of organic farming, a cultivation method without the use of synthetic pesticides harmful to the environment, and without the use of...

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What’s the problem with microplastics?
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What’s the problem with microplastics?

Microplastics have been accumulating in our environment for decades, causing harm to ecosystems, animals and people.

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The crisis of craftsmanship and traceability in fashion
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The crisis of craftsmanship and traceability in fashion

Supplanted by fast fashion, local and artisanal fashion production has declined dramatically, putting at risk traditions, crafts and small workshops and businesses. Related to the decrease in artis...

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Why is wool a more responsible choice?
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Why is wool a more responsible choice?

Sustainability of wool represents a tangible example of how the textile industry can embrace responsible practices to preserve the environment and ensure ethical production. This natural fiber, obt...

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Discover our three Merino Wool yarns
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Discover our three Merino Wool yarns

These are all 100% Merino Wool yarns, a particularly fine and valuable wool that comes from Australian Merino sheep. It is a renewable material that is easily recyclable and biodegradable. Each of ...

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Coloring responsibly: the world of natural dyes
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Coloring responsibly: the world of natural dyes

Natural dyes can have various origins: plant-based, animal-based, mineral-based, and some can even be derived from fungi, bacteria, lichens, or food waste.

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Craftsmanship in all its shapes: discover TA-DAAN
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Craftsmanship in all its shapes: discover TA-DAAN

We met with the team at TA-DAAN, a brand that supports young artisans by offering home decor, accessories and jewelry made in their workshops and small businesses. Like us, TA-DAAN promotes a more ...

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Crafting a more sustainable knitwear from an environmental, economic, and social perspective
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Crafting a more sustainable knitwear from an environmental, economic, and social perspective

At Artknit Studios, we are committed to bringing positive change by creating more sustainable knitwear through timeless design, selecting quality natural yarns from certified spinning mills, and co...

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Everything you need to know about our Chunky Wool
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Everything you need to know about our Chunky Wool

Our most voluminous, soft and warm yarn. The fibers in our Chunky Wool are sourced from Merino sheep, measure 18.5 microns thick and undergo the carding process, giving the material a fuzzy, soft t...

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Everything you need to know about our Ultrasoft Wool
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Everything you need to know about our Ultrasoft Wool

An extremely lightweight material that resembles cashmere to the touch. With 17.5 microns of thickness, it is our softest and thinnest wool fiber.

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Everything you need to know about our Merino Wool
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Everything you need to know about our Merino Wool

Our most beloved and versatile wool, ideal for everyday use. The fibers of this Merino wool measure 19.5 microns thick and undergo the combing process, giving the material a silky texture.

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Circular cooking: a recipe from Chef Michele Lazzarini
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Circular cooking: a recipe from Chef Michele Lazzarini

Michele Lazzarini, Chef of Contrada Bricconi showed us how circularity is an essential part of his food philosophy. He did so with a recipe, born from the idea of reusing fish scraps in the kitchen.

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Nice to Meet You, Michele Lazzarini
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Nice to Meet You, Michele Lazzarini

We met Michele Lazzarini, the chef who is breathing new life into a small rural hamlet hidden in the mountains of Bergamo, Italy.

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