Serpentine Lime & Tibetan Turquoise.

Inspired by two of the oldest gemstones in the world.

Serpentine Lime
& Tibetan Turquoise.

Inspired by two of the oldest gemstones in the world.

As people have recently set their New Year’s intentions and goals we thought we should offer a helping hand. January is over. Maybe you stuck with your new workout routine. Maybe you are successfully opening your emails only after 8am, or reading 10 pages before going bed. Maybe not. But that doesn’t mean you need to be hard on yourself for not meeting your intentions. Intentions are just that, something you work towards.

No failure. 

Judgement not included.


If you are like some of our team members, you might be growing tired of the grey days, dark mornings, and general winter gloom. 

Alexander, our Product Designer, went down one of his colour inspiration rabbit holes and pulled himself back up with two brilliant new colours for our Hoodie (his new year resolution is not having Anthracite Grey in our Top 3 best selling colours).

The inspiration, in his own words, is the following:

As people have recently set their New Year’s intentions and goals we thought we should offer a helping hand. January is over. Maybe you stuck with your new workout routine. Maybe you are successfully opening your emails only after 8am, or reading 10 pages before going bed. Maybe not. But that doesn’t mean you need to be hard on yourself for not meeting your intentions. Intentions are just that, something you work towards.

No failure. 

Judgement not included.

“I chose Tibetan Turquoise to ignite joy and positivity. Like a thank you, it’s enriching both to the recipient and the person offering the gesture. I chose Serpentine Lime to help you clear any cloudy skies you might be feeling the weight of. Both colours, like the stones they are inspired by, will hopefully put a smile on your face when you wear them. If they succeed in doing that, I am a happy man.”


Grace, can you introduce youself to the Flock?
Hey! I'm Grace Mahary, fashion model, sommelier, and founder of non-profit Project Tsehigh/PjT.

How did PjT start?
On a trip visiting family in Eritrea, I experienced power shortages and encountered heavy duty pollutants from the diesel generators being used for electricity; thus, I decided to create PjT, a nonprofit dedicated to providing renewable energy solutions to under-served communitites.

What project do you currently focus on?
PjT currently focuses on solar energy projects around the world. We just completed facilitating solar powered street lamps for basketball courts in Burkina Faso and Nigeria. 

If you are like some of our team members, you might be growing tired of the grey days, dark mornings, and general winter gloom. 

Alexander, our Product Designer, went down one of his colour inspiration rabbit holes and pulled himself back up with two brilliant new colours for our Hoodie (his new year resolution is not having Anthracite Grey in our Top 3 best selling colours).


The inspiration, in his own words, is the following:

“I chose Tibetan Turquoise to ignite joy and positivity. Like a thank you, it’s enriching both to the recipient and the person offering the gesture. I chose Serpentine Lime to help you clear any cloudy skies you might be feeling the weight of. Both colours, like the stones they are inspired by, will hopefully put a smile on your face when you wear them. If they succeed in doing that, I am a happy man.”

Sheep Inc. x PjT.
A collaboration for a brighter future.

Grace Mahary, Founder and Creative Director of Project Tsehigh talked with us about giving clean energy to communities that need it most.

On Serpentine. 

Serpentines appear near present or ancient convergent plate boundaries. Their capacity to absorb CO2 has scientists considering using them as repositories for the disposal of waste carbon dioxide produced when fossil fuels are burned. Numerous studies and small scale tests of geological sequestration of CO2 have produced promising results. 

On Tibetan Turquoise.

Turquoise has been associated with divine energy in many cultures. It is known to adorn the wealthy rules of Ancient Egypt, Aztecs, Persia, and China’s Shang Dynasty. It forms in arid environments as a result of a chemical reaction. Turquoise is found in many places, but the oldest mines are in the Sinai Peninsula of Egypt where it was referred to as “mefkat,” meaning “joy” and “delight.”

On Serpentine. 

Serpentines appear near present or ancient convergent plate boundaries. Their capacity to absorb CO2 has scientists considering using them as repositories for the disposal of waste carbon dioxide produced when fossil fuels are burned. Numerous studies and small scale tests of geological sequestration of CO2 have produced promising results. 

On Tibetan Turquoise.

Turquoise has been associated with divine energy in many cultures. It is known to adorn the wealthy rules of Ancient Egypt, Aztecs, Persia, and China’s Shang Dynasty. It forms in arid environments as a result of a chemical reaction. Turquoise is found in many places, but the oldest mines are in the Sinai Peninsula of Egypt where it was referred to as “mefkat,” meaning “joy” and “delight.”

Limited Edition Hoodies.

Lighten up your wardrobe with our new Limited Edition Hoodies in Serpentine Lime and Tibetan Turquoise.

Limited Edition Hoodies.

Lighten up your wardrobe with our new Limited Edition Hoodies in Serpentine Lime and Tibetan Turquoise.

The Knitwear Journey.*
We design knitwear that reconnects us. That makes us more aware of the journey. That tells us the full story of the people and impact behind the things we wear.
*Worried about the amount of counties? Don’t Panic. Transport and travel is less than 1% of our overall carbon footprint.