0/XS - 1/S2/M - 3/L

Free domestic shipping on all orders over $200


winter fibres


The Fleck Jumper has been spun in Nepal from 100% Merino Wool that's soft and warm. Featuring ribbed trims, a classic crew neck, dropped shoulder, billow sleeve and an oversized silhouette. Style with your Tailored Pants or Denim Jeans. 



Hand wash in cool water. Use a gentle, eco-friendly detergent or wool detergent and avoid harsh chemicals or stain removers, which can affect the colour.

Soak for 5-10 minutes and rinse thoroughly with cool water.


Roll in a clean towel and gently apply pressure to absorb excess water. Do not twist. Reshape and dry flat, to preserve the fit and shape. Avoid drying in direct sunlight as it may cause the colours to fade over time.


Gently steam to remove creases, we do not recommend using a hot iron on delicate fibres.


Store your delicates in the soft cotton bag that comes with your scarf or garment. Ensure they are securely stored away from pests, mould and mildew. Avoid hanging your knits and hand-loomed pieces as they may become misshapen over time.


Piling is a natural occurrence when wearing soft wool and cashmere fibres and can gently be removed by hand.

Our scarves and garments are handwoven and sometimes it may appear as though there is a hole when actually the warp and weft have slipped apart. This is easily fixed by massaging the spot between your fingers to slide the yarn back into place.

Snagging can easily be resolved by gently pulling the long, loose yarn back inside the garment and tying a knot.

Mending is a wonderful way to preserve the life of a hand-loomed scarf or knitted garment. We recommend darning; the process of sewing over the hole with new yarn thread, in vertical and horizontal strokes.


If you are no longer getting use out of your garment or scarf you can send it to our upcycling partners at Upparel® where they will either donate or recycle your garment.


Wool and cashmere take a relatively long time to decompose in home compost, up to 2 years. However, this can be seen as a great advantage as the fibre is high in nitrogen so can provide a slow and steady release into the surrounding soil. Wool is also considered a great mulching material preventing water and nutrient runoff. Silk can take even longer than wool and cashmere with signs of degradation showing after 4 years, however, this can be sped up to just 12 - 24 months through hot composting and cutting up your fabric into really small pieces.



Experience timeless style and comfort with our fleck jumper. Designed with a classic crew neckline and ribbed cuffs, this jumper exudes effortless sophistication. 
Designed in Australia, made with love in Nepal. 


Oversized fit. Our model is 175cm / 5'7 tall, with an 78cm / 31.in bust, a 61cm / 24in waist and 86cm / 34in hips. 

Our model is normally a size 6 and is wearing a size 0/XS - 1 / S 


50% Yak (Shokay)

50% RWS Extrafine Merino Wool


  • Supplier has signed the Cloth & Co. Code of Conduct. 
  • RWS Certified 
  • Shokay Partnership 


  • Marked & Traced by Healixa
  • Supported by Blockchain 
  • Yak Traceable 


A maxi-length with flat pockets, elastic high-waist and french seams.


Regular Fit. Our model is 175cm / 5'7 tall, with an 78cm / 31.in bust, a 61cm / 24in waist and 86cm / 34in hips. 

Our model is normally a size 8 and is wearing a size 1 / S (small)






Cloth & Co. core values are based on being MADE FOR GOOD and that means that not only do we want to do no harm, but we are committed to our responsibility for continuous improvement towards a positive environmental impact. 

Our products are made from natural and organic fibres, we use non toxic dyes that are certified through OEKO Tex.

We plant a tree with every purchase online through our partnership with Ecologi.

Our stitching unit is powered by Solar Energy and we have programs in place for waste water management and water conservation.

We don’t like unnecessary packaging, so you will receive your purchase in a home compostable mailer or recycled cardboard box. Our swing tags are made from recycled cotton paper, and our labels are woven organic cotton.


Social accountability means empowering and supporting our workers, supplier partners and their communities through decent working conditions including a commitment to preventing; child labour, forced labour and discrimination as well as supporting workplace safety and health, freedom of association and right to collective bargaining, fair remuneration, fair working hours and HR management systems. 

Our stitching unit is certified by the SA8000 international standard, Fair Trade Certified and GOTS Certified. 

Cloth & Co. was founded on relationships developed with women's cooperatives and traditional artisan communities in India and Nepal. We continue to work with, support and develop these relationships. One of our partners is the Sewa Shakti Foundation which was established to support victims of human trafficking and domestic violence.


Our core knitwear collection has been created with 100% RWS (Responsible Wool Standard that addresses the welfare of sheep and the land they graze on.) Extra Fine Merino Wool. Designed with elements to be mixed and matched and worn layered with our woven collections. The fibres are dyed and spun with care and finesse to create a yarn with exceptional qualities. Our yarns are responsibly sourced, traceable and GRS Certified.