Cariad Scarf

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£56.00 to £56.00

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‘Cariad’ is the welsh word for ‘love.’ It’s a word I’ve used often to describe this scarf, as I love its simplicity and intricacy combined.

You will understand this as you wear it because at first glance it seems simple in design but it reveals a hidden textured lace pattern as sunlight pierces through it. Classic in design and colour this scarf is great for all occasions and will aid you through many winters.

Handmade in my workshop in Pembrokeshire this lambswool scarf would make the perfect gift for a friend or a treat to yourself that is completely unique. It measures 170cm x 30cm.

Each scarf begins as individual threads of lambswool that I knit together on a hand powered knitting machine. The fabric is then washed until it is slightly felted to ensure a luxurious soft feel. Steam ironing and hand sewing finishes the scarf, at which point its ready to wrap and dispatch straight to your door.

Delivered in 7-10 days.

Moss / With UK postage included 
            Moss / With International Shipping
Ash / With UK postage included 
            Ash / With International Shipping
Mushroom / With UK postage included 
            Mushroom / With International Shipping
Pearl grey / With UK postage included 
            Pearl grey / With International Shipping

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