Alaska Grown Scarf, Locky Handspun Hand-dyed Mohair
Very textured and locky mohair scarf
1 in stock
From our farm to you, handmade from beginning to end by hand from our animals. I raised and humanely harvested all the fibers from our angora goats, handspun, hand-dyed and then handknit this original pattern into this fun scarf. The mohair used in this scarf conglomination of many in our herd. I spun the mohair from the lock to keep a lot of the locks as they come off the goat intact and plyed it with sparkly novelty thread to give lots of texture. A fairly narrow scarf it is 60×4 inches long and quite stretchy. One-of-a-kind.
|Dimensions||15 × 12 × 1 in|
- White Fireweed Farm, Freest Fancy Creations
- Vendor: Becky Hammond
6400 BASELINE RD
FAIRBANKS, AK 99712
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