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loop Scarf

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This cowl/loop scarf is best described as a textured combination muted greys and pinks. It is made from 100% repurposed wool and a touch of possum (from seven different garments), the lining of the scarf is merino to give a luxurious feel on the skin. The scarf measures 29cm in height and 66cm circumference. All the internal raw edges have surged edges (double stitched) to ensure nothing will fray undone and they are very neatly hand sewn closed with care instructions included. These scarves are compact, so cosy to wear and don't have the hassle of coming unwrapped.


All of my products are handmade and designed by me from repurposed wools so no two are the same. I source the best woollen fabrics I can, they are washed before and after creation to ensure the best quality possible. Every scarf is treated like an artwork, with great care going into the design, texture and colour arrangement

I recommend warm hand washing for this garment when necessary however all of my scarves get a gentle machine wash before going on sale.

This and all my garments can be made to order for an extra $5 in the size and colours of your choice within reason. If you make a purchase and it doesn't fit or isn't right please return it for a refund, or alteration where possible. If you have any questions or special requests regarding size or gift wrapping please don't hesitate to send me a message through felt.

Thank you for considering handmade environmentally friendly products.

Payment options

  • Bank deposit
  • PayPal
  • Credit card via PayPal

Shipping details

  • Ships from Christchurch, New Zealand.
  • $5.00 Courier within NZ
    ($1.00 with another item)
  • Pick up by arrangement.
  • to enquire about payment or shipping options.

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"Unique, sustainable clothing that's made from natural fibres and a lot of love"