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Norra / No. 002


One of our original knits. Named after the shores of Fårö, an island in the Baltic Sea at the northern tip of Gotland, Sweden. Norra translates to "north" in Swedish. Made from 100% pima cotton, this garment is a medium-weight knit made in a traditional rice-weave stitch and ribbing at the neck, cuffs, and waist. This shape is similar to our unisex 001 Fårö, with a shorter cut, boatneck, and ¾  sleeves.  The cut also comes in our lightweight-yarn knit, the Moray.






Knit Library Data

No. 002
Name: Nora
Stitch: Rice
Gauge: 7gg
Materials: 100% Pima Cotton
Made in: Peru
Sizes: XS - L
Collage: Sverige

Additional Colours in Baby Alpaca:

- Natural
- Fawn
- Black

XS= BUST 32” WAIST 24” HIPS 34”
S= BUST 34” WAIST 25” HIPS 35”
M= BUST 36” WAIST 29” HIPS 39”
L= BUST 37” WAIST 30” HIPS 40”

Hesperios Knit Library:

Concept & System By: Autumn Hrubý
Research: Autumn Hrubý, Lily Gradante
System Production: Miye Mccullough
Country Artifact Text By: Julia Berick
Collage by: Autumn Hrubý
Production: Hesperios

All Knitwear Design By:
Autumn Hrubý 

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Fårö wears a famous crown: the genteel Hoburgsgubben, or the Hoburg gentleman. These limestone sea stacks stand gnarled and everlasting, composed of the same stone that forms the bedrock of the island itself. The oldest standing buildings on Fårö also wear lime, in the form of calcium carbonate that has been burned and slaked and made into mortar or plaster. The masons seemingly learned their craft from the rock itself.

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