- Aug 25, 2014
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I think I need 29 more colours of this cardigan.
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Are these knit in the round, meaning no seams, or do they have seams down the sides? Applies to both the cardigan and the caps.Two exciting announcements today:
Our full range of custom shawl cardigan colors is now available. We've added 34 options, bringing the total color count to 40.
Custom orders take 6-8 weeks. Custom orders cannot be returned. Please try on a RTW model first. For the less common colors, we have photos of our knit caps. We had these knit caps made because they give a better impression of what each color looks likwww.kentwang.com
Almost all the new colors are shown as a knit cap, which brings us to announcement #2...
We are pleased to offer knit caps:
Handmade on the same looms as our cardigans, these caps keep your head warm, including your ears, while being suitable with a variety of outfits. We had these knit caps made because they give a better impression of what each color looks like as a finished garment than a swatch can.
So, which colors are your favorite?
Sorry, we aren't taking preorders on the out of stock polos.
Thanks for the suggestion. Not something we've considered yet.@[email protected]
Off the wall request but I've been looking for a vintage style polo "cardigan." Essentially a polo shirt that buttons all the way down. Like the attached images below.
Don't really care about the design (don't need the stripes or the mesh or the patterns) just would like a knit polo style shirt which buttons up.
Don't know if anyone else is interested in this kind of thing but if you happened to make something I'd certainly buy.
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