Kerriih

Kerriih

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Kerriih uses algae hang tags & compostable packaging

Kerriih’s aim is to use the reusable and produce zero waste. All of their pieces are 100% made from waste production yarns from old jumpers and stocks meant to be thrown away, helping to minimise waste, and show how resourceful material is thrown away and how to upcycle without leaving one tiny thread behind

Kerriih pieces are all made to order so they only produce what they need, which allows them to spend more time on each garment so it is uniquely crafted for you, while keeping waste to a minimum

The brand is a small business built by a small team of <10 people

Kerriih pieces are all carefully crafted in Italy using locally sourced discarded materials

The brand's ethos includes celebrating craftmanship with its exclusive pieces that are either machine knitted or hand crocheted

Handmade knitwear and crochet brand launched in 2020. Founded by Elisa and Michela. Kerriih is run from their home city, Treviso in Northern Italy. By using regenerated yarns from old jumpers and stocks meant to be thrown away, Kerriih’s aim is to use the reusable and produce zero waste

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Handmade knitwear and crochet brand launched in 2020. Founded by Elisa and Michela.

Kerriih is run from their home city, Treviso in Northern Italy. By using regenerated yarns from

old jumpers and stocks meant to be thrown away, Kerriih’s aim is to use the reusable and

produce zero waste