Flecked Funnel Neck Jumper
Delivered in beautiful, natural colours that take their inspiration from the wild Cornish coastline, our funnel-neck jumper is knitted in soft Donegal wool with twisted yarns for a nepped effect.
Cut to a tunic length that offers a little extra coverage, it has a generous shape to accommodate layers so if you prefer a closer fit, we'd advise sizing down.
Wear it with light-wash denim, Merino lounge pants or leather leggings.
- Donegal wool
- Nepped effects
- Funnel neckline
- Tunic length
Made with 100% Donegal Wool: Loaded with colourful character, the Donegal wool we use is carefully selected to ensure it meets exacting standards. With up to six individual colours in the yarn (plus an additional seven or eight little flecks dotted along the surface), Donegal wool manages to balance rustic charm with luxurious softness, showcasing the style of some of our chunkier pieces to perfection.
Fully traceable guaranteed non-mulesed Donegal wool.
SIZE & FIT
- Length: 68cm
- Sizes: XS (6–8), S (8–10), M (12–14), L (16–18)
- Model usually wears UK 8, US 4
- Height: 5’8”
- Wearing size Small here
Celtic & Co. design and create enduring contemporary pieces using the finest natural fibres because they are renewable, sustainable and a pleasure to wear. Our heritage and expertise is in crafting sheepskin, we’ve been making sheepskin slippers, boots and accessories in Cornwall for over 30 years.
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