Not Quite Elderberry Long Scarf
The most amazing combination of eco-friendly Tencel and a beautifully vibrant Shetland wool. A super soft scarf with supplementary pops of pink Merino wool tops.
Not Quite Elderberry Long Scarf Product Overview
Length: 204 cm
Width: 42 cm
Fibre: 50% Tencel 50% Shetland wool
Edges: tasselled ends
Embellishments: Splashes of pink Merino wool tops decorate along the scarf
How to wash/care for product: Hand wash
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A hand dyed Tencel warp moving from burgundy reds to rust oranges and purples blended into deep browns. A delightful & vibrant mix.
The Story behind the Not Quite Elderberry Long Scarf
The combination of Tencel & Shetland wool is a wonderful mix. Soft and smooth with the Tencel shining through the wool. This is a great sustainable and eco-friendly scarf. Made traditionally with very little electricity and minimal amounts of wastage.
Feather & Hay creates limited edition textiles. Each piece has a story to tell, inspired by nature, the landscape or the seasonal flows and rhythms. Each creation immerses the wearer in the power of wild; summoning the magic of a colour, texture or pattern
The textiles are hand woven on Feather & Hay’s floor loom in Scotland, using especially sourced and high quality raw materials. Each textile created thread by thread brings an original hand made item that respects the rhythm of nature. Commissioned work is available please get in touch if you would like something especially made.
How do I wash my hand woven item?
To preserve the beauty and magic of your Feather & Hay textile it is best to hand wash and line dry when required.
You do not need to pre-wash your item, each piece has been finished read for immediate use.
For plant based (cellulose) fibres use a non-bio detergent in hand warm water. Ecover is a good example of a gentle detergent.
For animal based (protein) fibres use a detergent suitable for delicates (often described as ‘for wool or silk’). Keep the temperature just warm to the hand and try not to agitate the fabric when washing. Remember felting can occur with heat, water & friction!