Sian in Black
The size & fit of the Sian
One Size Only
It’s easy – there’s just one size and it fits everyone.
The quality of the Sian
This mix of 75% Merino Superfine and 25% Silk is Italy's best, selected for longevity, and knitted and hand-stitched together by our lovely knitters in Nottingham.
How the Sian is responsibly made
• We always choose 100% natural fibres because they ultimately leave little lasting impression on the planet – unlike polyester that won’t biodegrade for many decades (if not more).
• 100% natural fibres can be recycled into new yarn, so when your knit is ready for retirement, send it back to us so we can give it a second life.
Our Take Back Service
Everything we make is designed to be unmade. Unlike most brands, we accept responsibility for the entire life-cycle of our garments.
So if it’s broken, we can fix it.
If you’re tired of it, we can resell it for you and give the proceeds to charity.
BUT, when your cardi has had it, hopefully in years to come, we want it back, to dismantle it, chop it up, re-spin into fresh yarn and start all over again.
Our knit care guide
We want you to love your knit for as long as possible, watch our care guide here to see how to care for your knit.
How is the Sian responsibly made?
Your average jumper on the high street will have unnatural fibres in that will never degrade. We only use natural fibres to create our designs. We release our designs in small batches so we don't get left with huge piles of stock and our knitters are local so we don't ship our knits across the globe. When you're done with your jumper you can return it to us so those fibres can be re-cycled into new fabulous knits.
Our knitters are based in the U.K
When we say your jumper is made in the U.K, we mean it. Yes, this means our prices are higher than the high street and so they should be. We know our knitters (meet Todd above), we like our knitters & our knitters are paid fairly. This also means we're not shipping our products across the globe to be manufactured which saves on carbon emissions.