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Karenina's reversible cerulean and gray scarf

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Cerulean yarns travel across one side of this wide gray scarf, while navy creates squares on the reverse. Made on an 8-shaft loom in Brooklyn, the cotton and tencel give drape while the wools keep this scarf winter-ready. Perfect for an early morning train ride through the last snowfall of the season.

40% wool 20% merino 20% tencel 20% cotton
9.75" x 75" (24.76cm x 90.5cm)

Hand wash in cool water with gentle detergent. Hang dry.

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Weaving is about Texture. Structure. Architecture. Each warp and weft is woven deliberately. This structural endeavor has tactile purpose: to create touchable, wearable, functional cloth for a multitude of uses.

Natural materials are preferred for their innate properties like warmth, longevity and compost-ability.