Scarves: Plaid, Infinity, Flannel, Cowl, Long

Fond du Lac, Wisconsin · 2731 Sales


Scarves: Plaid, Infinity, Flannel, Cowl, Long

Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 2731 Sales On Etsy since 2013

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Last updated on Mar 8, 2017

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Angie and Kay

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Angie and Kay


Handmade Accessories | Infinity Scarves in Plaid, Tartan, Flannel | Fashion Scarves

Welcome to Freckle Face Monday! We guess you are here because you want to know more about us?

We, Angie and Kay, are sisters and best friends who happen to both have a ton of freckles and like to get together on Mondays to sew. We both love scarves and use fabrics which are classy and trendy and as an end product usually can’t be found at brick and mortar stores. Our shop focus is about making quality accessories with fabrics that meet our high standards. Every scarf we make we would wear ourselves.

Angie has been sewing forever and runs the sewing machine. She cuts the fabric, sews, packages and ships.

Kay does the hand sewing and takes care of all the technical behind the scenes shop tasks.

The best part about having our shop is looking for fabrics and finding new designs. We usually have to get sewing right away as we’re so excited to share them with you.

Thanks for stopping by!
Angie and Kay

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    Owner, Maker, Designer

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Shop policies

Last updated on September 29, 2015
Welcome to Freckle Face Monday!
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach us via the Contact Us button.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
Please don't hesitate to contact us if you are not happy with your purchase! We will do everything we can to work with you. If we made a mistake, we will rectify it.

Our policy is 14 day exchange from date of purchase. The item being exchanged needs to be unworn and in its original packaging. Buyer is responsible for shipping to return and resending of exchanged item. The exchanged item needs to be of equal value of the original purchased item.
We accept these forms of payment:
- credit card through Etsy
- PayPal
- credit card payments through PayPal (FYI-You don't need a PayPal account to make credit card purchases.)

We will not ship until the payment has cleared.

We do not include a paper invoice with the shipment.

If you want more information on the check-out procedure, please visit the following site:
Your order will be shipped upon receipt of payment unless otherwise noted.
Note: Cost of shipping includes the packaging.

DOMESTIC SHIPPING: All purchases will be shipped USPS.

INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING: Please contact us for a quote on shipping. Buyer will be responsible for any customs fees or charges.

Your package will be shipped to the address on your account unless otherwise noted in message to seller at time of purchase or through contact via our shop.

If an item is lost or damaged during shipment we are not responsible, but will work with you to correct the issue. If your delivered package is stolen or lost we are not responsible. If you want to add insurance to shipping, please contact us.
Additional policies and FAQs
All items made in smoke free, pet free studios.

We do not offer wholesale at this time.

Care of Cotton Flannel Scarves: Hand Wash Cold, Lay Flat to Dry, Warm Iron
Care of Fashion Scarves: Hand Wash Cold, Lay Flat to Dry, Cool Iron
Care of Fleece Scarves: Machine Wash Delicate, Cold, Tumble Dry Low, NO Iron

We want you safe! Caution: All fabric is highly flammable! Use caution around flames!

How to “Pouf” our flannel scarves:
First, use a warm iron and mist if there are any creases or wrinkles (try not to crease the edges with the iron).
Then, take the scarf and pull the two layered pieces of fabric apart from each other working your way all around the scarf.
Next, place it around your neck and twist to double it up.
Finally, keep pulling the fabric apart and “poufing” until you like how it looks.