Three Bags Full

Three Bags Full

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3314 Sacramento St., San Francisco, CA 94115, United States

Established in 1979, Three Bags Full is one of the most renowned knitwear stores in the nation. Behind a black tile and glass storefront, the interior is lined with handmade sweaters from the United States, England, France, Australia, and Italy. Well-known lines include Marion Foale, Muir & Osborne, Jane Wheeler, Willow, and the Three Bags Full label, which is the most affordable. The styles tend toward classic solids and may include light cashmere shrugs, sleek cotton blazers, and chunky cable knit sweaters. It takes approximately 100 hours of labor to knit one Marion Foale sweater, so expect to pay accordingly.

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