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WeatherWool Scarves are pure merino Jacquard Fabric trimmed with alpaca yarn
WeatherWool Generous Scarf in Duff Color Merino Jacquard Fabric, with Alpaca blanket stitching
WeatherWool Scarves are pure merino Jacquard Fabric trimmed with alpaca yarn
WeatherWool Scarves are pure merino Jacquard Fabric trimmed with alpaca yarn
WeatherWool Scarves are pure merino Jacquard Fabric trimmed with alpaca yarn

Scarf

Description

Please Note: We are completely sold out of Scarves. We will make more as soon as we have more Fabric. You can place your name on the wait list by ordering at the 0 price. We anticipate the actual price of the Scarves will again be $125, and when we make more we'll let you know. THANKS! -- Ralph

For us, Scarves were really an afterthought, although we have been making them since 2015. People would handle our Fabric, then run it against a cheek and say things like “WOW, this is soooo soft! You should make scarves ...”

The Scarves will be made in FullWeight or MidWeight Fabric, and are available in Solid Colors Black, Drab and Duff, as well as Lynx Pattern.

  • Scarves are 10 inches (25 cm) by 76 inches (193 cm)
  • FullWeight Scarves weigh about 12 ounces (340 grams) and MidWeight about 9 ounces (250 grams)

The Scarves are bordered with our standard merrowing thread, Anafil Nylon Dry, which is very inconspicuous. Exceptionally fine Alpaca Yarn provides the finished look. The merrowing thread does the real work of securing the edges, but it is hard to see. The Alpaca is very decorative, soft and beautiful.

One of our customers tells us he likes to wear the Scarf around his neck and then over the top of his Big Brim Boonie Hat. He mentioned you can see many paintings from the Revolutionary War depicting soldiers wearing scarves over their hats. The Revolutionary years saw some very severe winters. By the way, the Anafil thread is available as American-made only because the US Military insists on it ... and they buy enough to keep the factory going.

 


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26 October 2019