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A xenolith, which the sweater is named after, is a rock that forms within another rock—a rock sandwich, if you will.
First, you need an old cashmere sweater, of basically any size, color, shape, whatever.
Making you and your guests comfortable isn’t hard if you have some sort of heat source available—although layering some warm sweaters under those game jerseys is probably still advisable.
They are made from repurposed wool sweaters and lined with fleece made from recycled plastic bottles.
Nowadays, while Fair Isle-inspired patterns show up everywhere, only a few knitters make the sweaters on the island.
We partnered with a streetwear designer, Anwar Carrots, to do his own version of the holiday sweater to celebrate the season at home.
The photo shows a man in his late 20s, about 5 feet 6, slight in build, dark hair beginning to thin, dressed in a button-down shirt and blue sweater, and a Mona Lisa smile.
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Back when ugly Christmas sweaters and high-waisted jeans were still worn without a hint of irony, every December my mom and her friends would dress up in both to gather for a holiday cookie exchange.
The Cathedral suggests you “make a cup of cocoa, wear your holiday-appropriate ugly sweaters and socks and celebrate Christmas with them.”
With a woolen sweater and undergarment underneath, “it was actually really warm,” she says.

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