Cowichan Design - The Lucky Sweater
Cowichan Sweater design- The Lucky Sweater
IN MEMORY OF CODY JAMES STRASS
24 Nov, 1985 - Sept 12, 2021.
Cody was a passionate angler who's appreciation for fish reflected his pursuit of perfection. He was a guide in the Northwest Territories, an advocate for a sustainable fishing industry in Saskatchewan, and a leader who willingly shared his talents with those who wanted to learn. Cody lived his life doing what he loved. He was known to catch BIG FISH and attributed it to his 'LUCKY SWEATER'. Cody passed tragically in an accident returning from a fishing tournament.
Available to order in XS -XXL.
If your choice is not available today, we can arrange for it to be custom knit for you asap.
These sweaters are Cowichan-inspired & handmade right here in British Columbia using 100% Canadian virgin wool.
Cowichan is Canada. For over 150 years, the native Coast Salish people of Vancouver Island created these distinctively patterns for hand-knitted sweaters, toques and mitts.
Amos & Andes, The Whistler Sweater Shop is Keeping Canadian tradition alive by finding local hand knitters to produce the designs for you. If you know of any Indigenous people who would like to knit for us, please send them our way.
We are finding it very challenging to find knitters, these may not be available much longer.
When choosing which size is best for you please consider measuring your chest circumference under your arms, adding 4 to 6 inches for comfort and referring to the sizes below.
Click here to view the Cowichan size charts.