The sleeves oft this raglan sweater were hand-knotted in a carpet manufacture in Kathmandu, Nepal. The base layer of the pattern is inspired by an antique Bakhshaish Iranian rug and made out of Tibetan highland wool. The upper layer is an abstract version of the Pixel Camouflage and is knotted out of chinese silk yarn. The weft
density counts 200 knots per square inch. The body of the sweater is made out of a hand dyed bonded two-layered virgin wool fabric. It closes with hooks on the left shoulder.
Carpet weaver, trimming masters, sewing masters, dying masters, the washing and stretching masters and the balling ladies as well as the men that draw and color the graphs they are all part of making just one rug. Most of them are from Nepal but some have come even from India to work in Kathmandu in the world famous carpet business.