If you haven't heard of hatchi knit, that's no surprise. It's only really appeared on the market in the last decade, and the name is hardly descriptive. But at its core, it's a sweater knit with a looser weave than jersey and a soft, semi-fluid drape. That makes it a great choice for this cardigan, sweaters, and pullovers alike. The yarn-dyed knit, mottled with white, gray, and black, is incredibly soft, with a brushed hand and great stretch. The addition of spandex also gives it good recovery. A great color and a great knit!
Content: 80% Polyester, 15% Rayon, 5% Spandex
Stretch: 75% stretch across the grain, 25% vertical stretch
Opacity: Mostly Opaque
Fabric Weight: Light to Medium Weight (5.60 oz/yd²)
Suggested Uses: Knit tops, turtlenecks, cardigans, loungewear
Care Instructions: Machine wash gentle, dry flat