Wyld Ladies Poncho
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Our Wyld Poncho is a spontaneous visual harmony of non-dyed natural yarn.
Natural beauty, natural drape, natural comfort. Enjoy the sensory addiction of this unique and lovingly crafted yarn.
Organically grown and scoured these ponchos are designed to keep you cosy. Lightweight and warm with memorable stretch and rib edging.
Made in New Zealand by Wyld from 50% Pihepe Wool, 25% Bohepe Wool and 25% Possum Fur. The USDA NOP labeled the Bohepe and Pihepe as fully certified organic.
Care instructions: Cool gentle hand wash with wool detergent. Wring dry in a towel. Tumble dry hot to shrink back into shape.
Pitt Island Wild Sheep, named Pihepe, originate from Saxony Merinos. They were sent to Pitt Island in the Chatham Islands off the East coast of New Zealand in 1841 by Baron von Alsdorf. In 1843, Frederick Hunt was the first person to farm them on Pitt Island.
Bohepe, a composite fine wooled sheep bred by AgResearch combined 9 different breeds of Wildsheep, East Friesians, Finnish Landrace, Wiltshires and Merinos to create a short tailed, bare breech, easy care sheep.