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If you are not Sue, you can shop for your own cashmere infinity scarf here:
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Cashmere Infinity Scarf -- Dark Olive Green
One Upcycled Cashmere Cowl / Loop Scarf
Eco Gift ~ Eco Chic Accessory

{About}
This eco chic infinity scarf will be your go-to accessory the rest of this winter and spring. It is made from a recycled felted sweater in 100% cloud-soft cashmere. It can be worn double as a cowl, or hanging down in one continuous loop. Fabric is light, soft cashmere, making a perfect accessory for any season. Breathable and not at all itchy! Looks great with anything from a winter coat to your favorite outfit. Perfect indoors or out.

{Color}
dark olive green

** exact shade will vary due to use of different sweaters **

{Style}
deconstructed
eco chic

{Size}
adult, teen or child ~ one size

{Fibers}
100% felted cashmere

{Dimensions}
scarf measures approximately 7" x 24" (18 cm x 61 cm) when laid flat
total length of loop is approximately 48" (122 cm)

{Care}
All edges are raw, but due to the felting process will resist fraying. Scarf has been washed once after construction to felt and soften the edges even further. From now on, dry cleaning or a gentle hand wash is recommended.

{More}
http://www.etsy.com/shop/WormeWoole?section_id=7805421

RESERVED for Sue Cashmere Infinity Scarf OLIVE GREEN Cashmere Cowl Upcycled Eco St Patricks Day WormeWoole


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Material: recycled cashmere sweater
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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