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Ugly sweaters are no longer just for Christmas
BY Heather Warlick email@example.com | Published: December 4, 2012 | Modified: December 6, 2012 at 12:57 am
“Jews get cold, too.” That's the slogan of Geltfiend Chanukah Sweaters. Big, ugly holiday sweaters have never been more popular, but Jewish kids wanting to get in on the holiday trend have a hard time finding funky holiday sweaters until now.
Carin Agimand, a creative Hebrew gal, created the site after being invited to an “Ugly Sweater Party” and having nothing to wear. As you gear up for the eight crazy days and nights of Hanukkah, stay warm and in perfect Hebrew style with a custom sweater hot off the knitting press.
Hipster Hanukkah sweaters are sold at www.geltfiend.com.