I’m having a hard time deciding what’s most impressive about these Crew-neck Wool Sweaters from Bartlett Yarns. Is it that the company that makes them has been based out of – and manufacturing in – the same small town in Maine since 1821? Or, is it that the sweaters’ yarns are spun on still-working 18th century spinning mules using wool from local shepherds? Or, is it that each one of the sweaters, which are basically like wearable history lessons, costs a mere $88? You know what? Let’s just call it win-win-win.
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