My scarf of the week this week is this super soft and long yellow chenille. The main color is a golden yellow though there is a good amount of brown mixed in. The tassles are bright yellow. At 75″ this is one of my longest scarves. You can find all my winter scarves here. Contact me or visit my Etsy shop to order.
It’s hard to sum up this scarf because, though the colors are not overly bright, it has a lot going on. The main colors are a dark, dusky rose pink and off-white, but I also added soe threads of a bright, sparkly pink running through it. The warp thread, which is seen in the tassels, is a dark brown. This owudl make a lovely Valentine’s Day gift. Made primarily of chenille, this is a warm, soft, thick scarf for those winter days. 60″ long x 5″ wide. $28 plus S/H. Contact me or visit my Etsy shop to order.
You can find all my chenille scarves here.
This handwoven chenille scarf is a little different. I have added a sparkly yarn for just a touch of shine. It is think and warm and is sure to get you through those tough New England winters in style. It doesn’t come through well in the pictures but I also used a deep purple yarn which is seen in the tassels. 54″ long by 6″ wide. $25 plus S/H. Contact me or visit my Etsy shop to order.
Caring for your handwoven:
Hand wash warm with mild detergent. Air dry flat. Do not bleach, No not iron.
Brr . . . it’s cold out there. With record low temperatures across the US and Canada, it’s hard to keep warm. Our super soft, extra warm chenille scarves will keep you or your loved one cozy this winter.
My latest listing is this lovely green and yellow chenille scarf:
Handwoven care instructions:
Hand wash warm with mild detergent. Air dry flat. Do not bleach. Do not iron.