- Aug 27, 2010
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What would you recommend
I guess I've just gotten a ton of much nicer knits from Margaret Howell, ESK, Cabourn (still ESK), and De Bonne Facture on sale for the same price or less than the cost of an Inverallan. Even Inis Meain (on sale) is a much better option than Inverallan. But, I don't like how IM fits my tall, slim frame. I've sold off most of my Inverallans because I never wore them. I do still have two wool 1As and a black indigo cotton 1A because they look great on me. But, I rarely wear them.Curious to know ...
Yeah, I would agree that they aren't necessarily the softest things in the world. But was wanting to get a classic Aran handknit crew and I'm nut sure of too many other options.Unless you really want a knit with the Inverallan name, there are much better knits available for that price. The yarn really isn’t anything to shake a stick at.
I pray you are right, sjmin.
I will update when it arrives.
don't believe that is the case for items made in the UK(is it $200?). there have been mixed reports of people being charged or not being charged, however.There shouldn't be any duty under $800