It is normal for your garment to be a little snug at first, it will relax out a little both in fit and length after 15-20 mins of wearing. It will return to its original snugness when washed and dried in electric dryer. Our experience is you can add a little length to garment and sleeve by gently tugging garment.

Organic Cotton, Hemp, Fleece, Velour, Lace, Thermal

We recommend washing our knits alone the first time and then with like colors in cold water. This will also help even out any slight tone variations due to the hand dyeing process. You can also toss these garment in the dryer on a medium-high heat. In fact washing and drying helps return our knits to there original size after they have stretched and conformed to your body.

Wool

Hand or gentle wash cold, line dry flat

Natural Plant Dyes

Wash with a minimal amount of natural soap or mild detergent. Do not pour or apply detergent directly onto fabric. Only use once diluted with water. Do not use detergent that contains enzymes, chlorine bleach, baking soda, fabric softeners, borax, or that is formulated for wool. Hand wash preferred, or machine wash separately with cold water; use gentle cycle

Blockprint

Wash with a minimal amount of natural soap or mild detergent. Do not pour or apply detergent directly onto fabric. Only use once diluted with water. Do not use detergent that contains enzymes, chlorine bleach, baking soda, fabric softeners, borax, or that is formulated for wool. Hand wash preferred, or machine wash separately with cold water; use gentle cycle; air dry; steam iron.