Our long lambswool scarf provides a natural layer of soft wool insulation. Each scarf blends a mixture of colours, some contrasting and others complementing. Merino lambswool is a robust fibre which will last for many years.
As wool is a natural fibre, it has water repellent properties. Just think how long a sheep can stand in a field without being soaking wet! We choose merino lambswool to knit our scarves with as its soft, highly durable and provides an excellent layer of insulation against the elements. Have a read of our blog, which wool, to read a little bit about the fibres we use.
Our cosy lambswool scarf knit in our Scottish Borders workshop. It is long enough to wrap twice around your neck for additional warmth. In freezing conditions, tuck it into your jacket to elevate the layer of insulation.
Measures 160cm long and 18cm wide.
To add more lambswool warmth to your winter wardrobe, have a look at our wrist warmers. They are part of a zero waste project, knit by our team in Kelso. Each pair is hand made using our vintage hand flat knitting machines. Wrist warmers enable to you remain dexterous and warm as the soft wool covers your pulse.