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House & Garden
Feb 2015

House & Garden


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Financial Times Online - How to spend it, Lucia van der Post, 
July 2013

...Otherwise, consider Nettles Cashmere, the brain-child of Jeanetta Rowan Hamilton. She takes old cashmere pieces that she picks up in car-boot sales and thrift shops and refashions them. If they've been attacked by moths , she covers up the holes with applique bits of fabric, ribbons lace or other trims. She will also take your old and much loved but dilapidated sweater or cardigan and re-work it for you. Prices start from £120 for a freshened- up knit, and go up to £220 for a lovely grey cardigan embellished with vintage lace. All are one of a kind.

 

Daily Mail Online 24th January 2013

Liz Jones

Mary Berry's dazzlingly elegant appearance at the TV awards proves she is rewriting the fashion recipe for older women.

 

"and she shops carefully. Mary favours an upcycling brand called Nettles, which uses old cashmere to fashion pretty, colourful cardigans embellished with lace."

 

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Daily Mail Online 31st October 2012

Liz Jones

Mary Berry's Recipe for Style

 

"There are niche brands, too, such as cashmere cardigans by a lovely brand called Nettles, recycled from old sweaters, then decorated with lace or embroidery; Mary wore a pink one on the Masterclass show last week, a spin-off from the Bake Off series — it’s very bohemian in a Helena Christensen sort of way."

 


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Things I Wish My Mother Had Told Me (John Murray Publishers)

Lucia van der Post

Presents for Miscellaneous Birthdays and Anniversaries

"Cute customised cashmere sweaters. Jeanetta Rowan Hamilton takes cashmere sweaters and gives them new life by adding lace, buttons, frills, embroidery - they're quirky and delicious."



The Times, January 26th, 2007

Luxury with Lucia

Care for Your Cashmere

"If you already have a moth and other holes (as I do in my beloved cashmere Shirin Guild sweater dress) do as Jeanetta Rowan Hamilton, of www.nettlescashmere.com does, and revive and customise by covering up the holes with charming pieces of old fabric edged with ribbon and embellished with buttons, stars, beads or lace."