felted neck warmer -miriam-

felted neck warmer –miriam-

felted neck warmer –miriam-

If you need something to keep you warm and soft however stylish during the cold months, then you are on the right page! A neck warmer is easy to wear underneath your coat and above your favourite shirt!

felted neck warmer –miriam-

felted neck warmer –miriam-

felted neck warmer –miriam-

felted neck warmer –miriam-

This neck warmer is created with the wet felting technique, one of the earliest forms of textile processing, which was spread by Asian nomadic tribes all over the continent thousands of years ago.

The neck warmer is made of extra fine merino wool from Australia (18 mic) in gray-ice blue colour and decorated also with fine merino wool from Australia in a punch of colours; orange, red, deep red, yellow, blonde yellow, apple green and cypress green. Additionally extra fine mulberry silk threads in blonde yellow are used in order to offer a shiny effect which adopts different hues depending on the natural light. It fits all sizes and it measures approximately 60 cm (23.6 in) circumference and 25 (9.8 in) width.

felted neck warmer –miriam-

felted neck warmer –miriam-

felted neck warmer –miriam-

felted neck warmer –miriam-

When you are active during the winter, either with sports or outside – home activities you will find this neck warmer more practical and cozier than you imagine!

felted neck warmer –miriam-

felted neck warmer –miriam-

Enjoy the winter!

online shop: QaraQul.etsy.com

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4 thoughts on “felted neck warmer -miriam-

  1. I’m really enjoying the design and layout of your blog. It’s a very easy on the eyes which makes it
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  2. Thank you for your kind words about my work! No, I didn’t hire a designer for the blog, I did it myself but I have studied graphic design! However the specific theme I chose it from the the theme list of wordpress for the rest I did a bit of work myself!

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