Light Scarves


Made from a fine wool warp with silk, wool, tencel (a wood fibre with a silken texture), alpaca and mohair wefts in an undulating twill, these thin, soft scarves measure about 6" wide by 60" long. Light enough for fall and spring wear, they are a discrete accent to many outfits. Colours and patterns vary.

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Below & left: wool, mohair and raw silk scarves in an undulating twill weave.
Right: Tencel (a wood fibre) scarf in herringbone weave.

  Some of the neutral and dark coloured scarves look great on men and could make a perfect present for the hard-to-buy-for male in your life!



Large Scarves

 

 

Measuring about 14" wide by 80" or 60" long, these extravagant scarves make a great, functional fashion statement. Woven in either brushed wool or wool bouclé, they're warm, thick and colourful. Wrap up for winter in woven warmth!

 

 

 

 



Boas

 

 

 

These boas are fun and frivolous! They're made with a varying mixture of feather yarns, synthetics, bouclés, ribbon yarns and soy silk, or whatever else Heather has on hand. She originally started making them to use up odds and ends but they became so popular, Heather has continued the boas in their own right. Each one is a different colour scheme and length but all are perfect to dress up any style of clothing!