Cowichan sweater

(Canadian) a heavy sweater of grey, unbleached wool with distinctive designs that were originally black-and-white but are now sometimes coloured: knitted originally by Cowichan Indians in British Columbia Also called Cowichan Indian sweater, siwash, siwash sweater


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