EweniqueWoolWorks

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EweniqueWoolWorks

Premium Hand Knit & Crochet Accessories for Adults

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Note from shop owner I'm sorry, Ewenique Wool Works is temporarily closed. If you've stopped in during this temporary closure, thank you so much for visiting and please treat yourself to 20% off your entire order when we return!

Simply use coupon code: THANKYOU20 at checkout!
(No minimum purchase necessary. Discount does not apply to shipping charges).

Thank you for visiting Ewenique Wool Works!

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Last updated on Jun 6, 2016

I'm sorry, Ewenique Wool Works is temporarily closed. If you've stopped in during this temporary closure, thank you so much for visiting and please treat yourself to 20% off your entire order when we return!

Simply use coupon code: THANKYOU20 at checkout!
(No minimum purchase necessary. Discount does not apply to shipping charges).

Thank you for visiting Ewenique Wool Works!

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Last updated on June 6, 2016
Ewenique Wool Works is dedicated to creating beautiful clothing and accessories that incorporate soft warmth and gorgeous color in an array of styles from classic to sophisticated.

All items are handcrafted with care and meticulous attention to detail and come from a smoke-free environment. Each item is totally unique and as such, no two items are exactly the same. All garments are made with premium quality yarn and contain one or more luxury fibers such as Silk, Angora, Cashmere, or other Fine Wool.

Washing instructions are according to each yarn manufacturers' recommendations. Please take care to strictly follow all recommended washing instructions for each garment as different fibers will require different care. Proper washing will help keep your garment looking beautiful for years to come.

Actual colors may vary slightly from the photos on your screen due to individual monitor output. If you have any concerns, please contact us and we will answer any questions you may have.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
Customer satisfaction is extremely important to us at Ewenique Wool Works. All sales are final on custom orders, and shipping fees are not refundable, but all other returns are handled on a case by case basis. If you are dissatisfied with your order, please contact us before leaving negative feedback. We love our customers, and want you to feel confident and secure in the purchases you make with us!
Payment
We accept credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, AmEx & Discover), debit cards, and PayPal.

Payment must be made in full before order will ship.
Shipping
All items are shipped USPS Priority or First-Class mail with a tracking/confirmation number. Orders will ship to the address that is on the invoice at time of purchase, so please make sure it is correct when placing your order.

***International customers are responsible for all fees associated with shipping to their respective countries. Orders that are shipped to countries outside of the United States may be subject to import taxes, customs duties and fees levied by the destination country. The recipient of an international shipment may be subject to such fees once a shipment reaches your country. Additional charges for customs clearance must be borne by the recipient; I have no control over these charges and cannot predict what they may be. Customs policies vary widely from country to country; you should contact your local customs office for further information. When customs clearance procedures are required, delays can occur beyond the original delivery estimates.***

If you need an item shipped Express or Overnight, additional shipping charges will apply. Please contact us for rates.
Additional policies and FAQs
FIBER CONTENT GUIDE:

Alpaca ~ Is a soft, durable, luxurious and silky natural fiber from alpacas. While similar to sheep’s wool, it is warmer, not prickly, and has no lanolin which makes it hypoallergenic. Alpaca yarns tend to be stronger than wool yarns, is thermal even when wet and can resist solar UV rays.

Baby Alpaca ~ The texture of alpaca fibers become coarser as the animal ages. While fibers from a baby alpaca retain all the properties as that of an adult, the texture is far softer with a more luxurious feel.

Angora Wool ~ Derived from rabbits, angora wool is known for its softness, thin fibers, and what knitters refer to as a halo (fluffiness). It is also known for its silky texture. Angora wool fibers are hollow, which is what gives the fiber it's light weight.

Bamboo ~ Clothing from bamboo is soft and comparable to cashmere. Bamboo has natural antibacterial and antifungal qualities that help the plant fight off disease and insects. Because these qualities are not lost during processing or washing, bamboo fibers do not hold odors like other fibers can.

Cashmere ~ Is a fiber obtained from Cashmere goats. It is fine in texture, strong, light, and incredibly soft. Garments made from Cashmere provide excellent insulation while being very light weight.

Linen ~ Linen is made from the fibers of the flax plant. It is valued for its exceptional coolness and freshness in hot weather. Linen is among the strongest of the vegetable fibers, with 2 to 3 times the strength of cotton. It is smooth, making the finished fabric lint free, and gets softer the more it is washed. Linen is relatively easy to take care of, since it resists dirt and stains, has no lint or pilling tendency, and can be dry cleaned, machine washed or steamed.

Merino Wool ~ Merino is an economically influential breed of sheep prized for its wool. Merinos are regarded as having some of the finest and softest wool of any sheep.

Mohair ~ Usually refers to a silk-like yarn made from the hair of the Angora goat and is one of the oldest textile fibers in use. It is both durable and resilient, and is notable for its high luster and sheen. Mohair is also quite warm as it has great insulating properties. It is durable, and resistant to moisture-wicking, stretch, flame and creases. Mohair is considered to be a luxury fiber, like cashmere, angora wool and silk, and is usually more expensive than most wool that comes from sheep.

Pima Cotton ~ Pima cotton is considered to be a superior blend of cotton, and is extremely durable. It is highly valued around the world and considered to be a luxury fiber. Those who market Pima Cotton claim their products can last up to 50% longer than products made from other forms of cotton.

Silk ~ Silk comes from silkworms and was first developed in ancient China with some of the earliest examples found as early as 3500 BC. Silks were originally reserved for the Kings of China, but spread gradually through Chinese culture and trade to many regions of Asia. Silk rapidly became a popular luxury fabric to Chinese merchants because of its texture and luster. It has a smooth, soft texture that is not slippery, unlike many synthetic fibers, and is one of the strongest natural fibers. Silk's absorbency makes it comfortable to wear in warm weather and while active, and its low conductivity keeps warm air close to the skin during cold weather. 100% Silk should only be dry cleaned.

Soy ~ Fibers for soy yarn are derived from the hulls of soybeans, and can be blended with other fibers or made entirely out of soy. Soy clothing is largely biodegradable, so it has a minimal impact on the environment and landfills making it an eco-friendly fiber. Although not as durable as cotton or hemp fabrics, soy clothing has a soft, elastic feel and is known as the vegetable cashmere for its light and silky sensation. Soy fibers are moisture absorbent, anti-bacterial, and UV resistant.

Skein or Hank ~ a term used by fiber artists (spinners and dyers), weavers, crocheters and knitters to refer to a "ball" of yarn. Skeins and hanks are typically wound or twisted in a way as to preserve the integrity of the yarn before it is made into a garment.