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Meet the Wyre Jumper in Peach

This jumper will be your soft, trusty right-hand in the face of everything your day may throw your way and allow you to gracefully glide though it all. So soft, wear over a slip or vest, tuck her into jeans, as a cosy layer under coat and then come evening add a flourish to a dress.

Detail - The Wyre Jumper has raglan shoulders, a blouson sleeve and sweetly scalloped edge on the hem and cuffs. 

Wool - The Wyre Jumper is made from Herd Wool - sustainable soft Bluefaced Leicester sheep wool grown and made in NW England according to Fibreshed principles. It has been washed only in water and organic detergents, so is fully circular.  

Washing - Hand wash in cool water if needed. 

Colours - Available in Ecru (cream) and Loam (grey-brown) and new for AW21 are naturally dyed Peach (pale pink) and Moss (rich khaki green). 

Why we love it

The Wyre Collection are lighter knits for warmer days, inspired by the shapes of shells found on the wide, deeply tidal beaches of Lancashire. 


Size & fit - The Wyre Jumper fits true to size. Model wears size Small (UK 8-10). 

Small (UK8-10): Length 56.5 / Chest 48 / Sleeve 67.5

Medium (UK12): Length 58 / Chest 51 / Sleeve 69

Large (UK14-16): Length 59.5 / Chest 54 / Sleeve 70.5

100% Bluefaced Leicester wool, grazed and shorn in NW England

Wool is completely natural, self-renewing, absorbing of moisture but also breathable and temperature regulating. It requires minimal water input (just rain for the grass), no toxic chemicals, no fossil fuels and no deforestation. It holds its shape, it lasts for generations if well cared for, and will biodegrade naturally and beneficially for the soil if buried at the end of its useful life.

Bluefaced Leicester fleeces are the finest of the British breeds and have an unparalleled drape and sheen. 

When we think about mindful consumption, cost per use is a way of evaluating whether or not your purchase is sustainable or not. Asking questions like “will I use/wear this piece more than 30 times?” “Will I fix it when it breaks?” “When I’ve finished using it, will I extent the lifespan of the item by giving it to someone I know/charity?” All of these actions will decrease the overall carbon footprint of your purchase.

How do you work out the cost per use? Divide the price of the product by 30! We use 30 as this is the average amount of uses items are thought to have.

Most knitwear on the market today either contains petrochemicals called acrylic, nylon and polyester, harmfully extracted from the most precious, biodiverse and vulnerable places on the planet. Or it is grown in China, Australia and New Zealand in ways that further decertify these landscapes. The price of wool in the UK has now dropped so low that most farmers receive less by selling them than it costs to shear the sheep. 

Herd is reversing the trend for imported wool from China, Australia and New Zealand, to champion the incredible wool that is found in farms and fields and on hill, fell and common all over the UK. By using only 100% fine English wool, grown, processed, made and finished within 150 miles of the farms, with no toxic chemicals or dyes, Herd are closing the carbon loop begun in the soil with heirloom pieces that have a beautiful story to treasure for generations. 

Herd are on a mission to champion the expertise of the farmers, graders, scourers, carders, dyers, spinners, weavers, makers, knitters and finishers - skilled craftspeople of the everyday

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The story behind Herd

Herd’s mission is to make beautiful, sustainable knitwear, to revive & re-energise the traditions of sheep farming for wool in England, and to do so locally & naturally. 

Herd knitwear is grown in Lancashire and Yorkshire by Bluefaced Leicester breed sheep, comparable in softness and incomparable in lustre with the finest grades of wool from anywhere in the world. 

Once shorn, the fleeces are cleaned and spun in Bradford, England, where there is a rich tradition of wool processing, and remains one of the only industrial centres for wool production in the world. The garments are then knitted in a small-scale boutique factory in Nottingham which means minimal carbon impact from transportation. 

The project is fundamentally inspired by Fibreshed, a movement begun in California that shows that via the production of regional textiles we can rebuild soil health and ultimately reverse the decline of our climate. 

Meet the founder

“It was a labour of pure love to bring together Herd. Every piece of the supply chain working in harmony with the next, to create fully circular and beneficial knitwear ” – Ruth, Founder of Herd


HERD's wool and knitwear is locally produced: they source their fleeces directly from livestock farmers in North-West England who mostly farm in traditional ways. The fleeces are taken to an industrial scouring facility in Bradford, within 100 miles of the sheep farms, and then to the spinning facilities - 20 and 30 miles down the road. From here the yarn is sold to fashion brands or sent down to Nottinghamshire 80 miles away to be knitted into HERD garments.

UK Supply Chain

HERD's wool and knitwear's process - although industrial - supports a long history of wool production in the UK, millenia of shearing, cleaning, blending, felting, spinning, weaving and knitting and is reliant on the expertise of those who run the factories and mills built on this history. HERD is committed to this longstanding supply chain partnership and these craftspeople with the goal of rebuilding the British wool industry for clothing and in the process investing in the animals, communities and economic landscape of one of the most deprived areas of the country.


HERD have direct relationships with all the processing facilities they use and visit regularly to be properly engaged with every part of the journey of their fibre. They have all had to make some - if small - adjustments to some of their usual processes to accommodate the natural and circular commitment we have made, but their standards on issues like waste, energy use and water are exceptional.