cobweb felted scarf -summer in the light-

cobweb felted scarf -summer in the light-

cobweb felted scarf -summer in the light-

“It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.”
~Charles Dickens

I love to welcome spring always with color! The splendid weather, the longer daylight and the blossoming trees gave me the portrait for this scarf!

cobweb felted scarf -summer in the light-

cobweb felted scarf -summer in the light-

cobweb felted scarf -summer in the light-

cobweb felted scarf -summer in the light-

This breezy and loose scarf is made with the cobweb felt technique. Most of its parts are transparent with some small holes, creating a fascinating effect. This is what makes unique the cobweb felting technique!

The scarf is made of extra-fine merino wool from Australia (18 micron) and New Zealand (21 micron) in violet, teal (turquoise), yellow and orange colors. It is double-side textured and although very thin and light-weighted it is resistant and warm for the cool spring evenings.

cobweb felted scarf -summer in the light-

cobweb felted scarf -summer in the light-

cobweb felted scarf -summer in the light-

cobweb felted scarf -summer in the light-

It measures approximately 186 cm (73.2 in) length and 32-43 cm (12.6-16.9 in) width. It is narrow in the middle in order to be wrapped better around the neck and more than once and on the edges is wider giving the impression of a butterfly!

Its transparent surface allows the color of your top to be partly visible and combined with a contrasting color can give an enchanting effect! Although made of wool it is soft and airy and it feels absolutely like silk!

As all scarves made by QaraQul also this one is a unique piece!

 

cobweb felted scarf -summer in the light-

cobweb felted scarf -summer in the light-

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