Gallery: SUSTAINABLE STYLE WARM UP: The best knit gifts

 

Its hard to buy gifts for certain people in your life, but you can never go wrong with knit accessories like gloves, hats and scarves. Everyone likes to keep their appendages warm in the winter: men, women, young and old – and you’ll be hard pressed to find something that will be more appreciated than a cozy scarf on chilly winter days. Happily there are a lot of stylish and sustainable options out there in the realm of knit accessories. Here are our top picks:

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  1. arunthe December 8, 2010 at 12:50 am

    This is a light and airy lady’s scarf for fall or spring knitted diagonally. Stunning color, with a touch of golden sparkle.

  2. Juddie June 24, 2007 at 11:29 pm

    ….. swoon! …..

    * gorgeous stuff!*

  3. Simran December 11, 2006 at 12:04 pm

    Another great knit choice is Joanna Notkin’s compostable scarves.
    Loolo scarves are
    made from organic wool, ramie (in the linen family), viscose and zero impact dyes and cost between $150-250. They are one of my favorite examples of cradle-to-cradle design and so stylish I would never compost them (though if I did they would fully biodegrade in one year)
    http://www.looolo.ca/scarves.html

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