Strata Pom Pom Scarf

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£62.00 to £62.00

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Every wardrobe needs stripes…. and pompom’s in my opinion!! You can get both with this fun skinny scarf that will make any outfit ‘pop’.

Designed in response to the rock formations and heathers surrounding the Pembrokeshire coast, this lambswool scarf without doubt will be your workhorse scarf! Mix and match with a Shoreline Bobble Hat or pebble wrist warmers for a complete look.

Handmade in my workshop in Pembrokeshire this scarf would make the perfect gift for a friend or a treat to yourself that is completely unique. It measures 160cm long x 14cm wide.

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, hand sewing and making the pom pom’s by hand finish the scarf, at which point it’s ready to be packed and delivered to your door.

Delivered in 7-10 days.

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