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This wool felted scarf is the most gentle, soft, superfine and warm, it drapes beautifully. Despite this scarf looks very delicate it is stable for everyday use. The more you wear it the more beautiful and soft the felt becomes.

TURQUOISE thin wool felted scarf was created by wet felting - an antique technique of manufacturing non-woven fabric. Blend of multiply turquoise-blue-green--teal shadows merino wool fiber (18 mic)and white silk fiber was hand felted together.My felted items are wholly and exclusively handmade.

Each item is unique and may differ slightly from the one presented on the photo.

PLEASE NOTE that colors may vary slightly depending on the computer screen.

The scarf pictured measures 153cm (60") long and 34cm (13 1/2") wide.

You may see more my scarves here :

Item ordered ship within 2-3 work days after payment received.

Felting is subject to random variations, so precise dimensions and exact replication of each & every feature cannot be accomplished.

The felt is easy care. Wool is a unique organic fiber and has a self-cleaning ability. However, if necessary, you can wash it. For better result and long lasting quality of the felt use gentle hand wash in slightly warm water with hair shampoo. Do not change the water temperature when you rinse out the soap. Wrap it up into a towel for a few mins, then iron with steam .

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

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Thin wool felted scarf TURQUOISE cyan teal women scarves


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wool, merino, silk
  • Ships worldwide from Russia
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