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Meet the Adorable Ladies Who Hand-Knit Mulberry's Sweaters

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Ever wondered how those Mulberry jumpers (that's "sweaters" in American) get to be so darn cozy? The brand's new video, "Spinning a Yarn," introduces us to Margaret and Valerie, two of the craftspeople who hand-knit Mulberry sweaters.

Both women have cute stories about how much they love to knit and about how they learned to do it from other women in their families. Now we have to resist the urge to ask that Mulberry only send us sweaters knit by these two ladies, because we're in love with them and want to have them over for tea. Think how much fun they'd be in your Stitch-N-Bitch group!
· Mulberry [Official Site]