Strata Scarf

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£73.00 to £73.00

Price includes UK p&p. If international shipping is available for this piece please select the correct shipping option before adding to basket.

This unisex reversible scarf, designed to reflect the strata formations seen in the sea cliffs along the Pembrokeshire coast, is luxuriously soft, warm and lightweight. Knitted as a double bed fabric, it has a beautiful drape that will not curl at the edges. A classic wardrobe staple, this versatile scarf will be worn time and time again. Each scarf measures 29cm x 185cm.

Handmade by Sian, the Strata scarf is made from fine lambswool on a hand powered knitting machine. The fabric is then washed and lightly fulled to ensure a luxurious soft feel before being hand finished, packed and delivered to your door.

Available in a selection of colours. Select your favourite above along with your required shipping option. 

Made to order and delivered in the UK in 7-10 working days. Please allow 10-14 days for international shipping.

Peat (with soft brown) / With UK postage included 
            Peat (with soft brown) / With International Shipping
Gorse (with warm yellow) / With UK postage included 
            Gorse (with warm yellow) / With International Shipping
Heather (with pink) / With UK postage included 
            Heather (with pink) / With International Shipping
Silt (with pale blue) / With UK postage included 
            Silt (with pale blue) / With International Shipping

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Perhaps you need accessories to go with a particular outfit or a piece of furniture to fit a specific space in your home. We can work with you to design something truly unique. You’ll be able to discuss your ideas, likes and dislikes with the Maker and together create a piece of craft, handmade for you.

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