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This handsome and snuggly patchwork scarf is Watson, and he is ready to add a splash of warmth and color to your winter wardrobe. This quilted scarf is one of a kind, made up of many fabrics, with a reversing chevron design in warm autumn colors that runs along the length.

This heirloom-quality patchwork scarf is backed in chocolate panné crushed velvet, giving it a snuggly soft feel while being durable and easy to care for. It is quilted for strength and durability in freeform geometric lines and shapes using a variegated thread in deep autumn colors. It measures approximately 77 inches long by 6 inches wide, and will keep you warm and cozy in style during the cold winter months.

All of my scarves are meant to be worn, and are very durable with proper care. Please, hand wash only and hang to dry, no machine washing or drying! (though they may be put in the dryer for a few moments to fluff them before wearing)

Scarves come wrapped in Damn Skippy Festively Casual wrap, perfect for gift-giving or as a special present for yourself. Personalized notes are also available, simply convo me to discuss the options.

For shipping details and further care instructions, view my shop policies at http://www.etsy.com/shop_policy.php?user_id=8606917 .

Any other questions or concerns? Please give me a convo, and I’ll be happy to discuss things with you. http://www.etsy.com/convo_new.php?to_username=DamnSkippyDesigns

Patchwork scarf with crushed velvet reverse - quilted chevron scarf in warm autumn colors- 'Watson'

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  • Handmade item
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  • Ships worldwide from Kentucky, United States
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