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Handknitted Merino
Wool Pillow Cover

Regular price
1 450 kr
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1 450 kr
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100% Raw Merino Wool
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A natural, renewable and biodegradable fibre that’s gentle on sensitive skin, pure with no added dyes or chemicals of any type. This pillow cover shows the richness of the raw material worked by the hands of experienced artisans in Argentinian Patagonia. The surface has that exclusive uneven and vivid knit with a super soft hand feel while the backside is made from 100% cotton. This one-of-a-kind product is a Singular Society limited edition drop. It is made available through our collaboration with Animaná, a company that’s reviving the ancestral knitting techniques in South America, generating value using the local natural fibres and connecting the artisans with the markets.

Size: 50 x 50 cm
Made in Argentina

Material & Details

Front: 100% Merino wool
Back: 100% Cotton
Dry clean only


Our prices are fixed to the true value of garments, materials, craftmanship, and accountability.

Cost of goods

Materials, labour and packaging.


Sampling, prototyping and testing.

Transport & handling

Shipments, transports, storage and warehouse handling.

CO2 Offset

Climate compensation fee.

Transaction fee


25 %

Total 1 450 kr

Singular price 1 450 kr

Estimated traditional retail price 2,400-4 500 kr

Animaná was founded in 2009 by entrepreneur Adriana Marina from Santa Cruz, Argentina. A sustainable project that makes garments of natural fibers from Patagonia and the Andes in order to preserve local communities, care for the environment and generate local wealth. Animaná is training artisans and producers, prioritizing sustainable production processes, and in turn generating an ethical, sustainable and transparent value chain. Currently, animaná collaborates with more than 7,500 artisans from different communities in the Andes, who produce all kinds of garments: sweaters, cardigans, ponchos, ruanas, shirts, blankets, shawls, scarves, dresses, pants and more products. The role of women is central to Animaná's sustainable business model, as 85 % of the weavers are women.