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Handwoven Organic Wool Scarf 'Zig Zag Bell Turmeric'

Handwoven Organic Wool Scarf 'Zig Zag Bell Turmeric'

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Made By: Honest Weaves View full details

This unbelievably lovely scarf has been woven by hand on a four shaft loom from Honest Weaves' studio in Bristol. A beautiful turmeric shade, it's the perfect piece to wrap up warm in.


Hilda takes great pride in sourcing the materials for her pieces from the most socially-conscious organisations she can find. This particular scarf is woven from a mix of wool from Manos del Uruguay and Rooster yarns.

The wool from Manos del Uruguay is 75% Superwash Merino, 25% Polyamide. The name of this wool - Alegría - means ‘joy’ in Spanish, and that’s just what this beautiful yarn is – a true colour celebration! 

The un-dyed yarn is from Rooster yarns. This yarn uses 100% Bluefaced Leicester superwash wool from sheep in the British Isles. The Bluefaced Leicester sheep breed is well known for producing some of the finest British yarns – it’s wonderfully soft (26 micron) and has a characteristic lustre or silkiness, making it wonderful to work with. BFL superwash DK is made with 100% superwashed BFL wool.

Manos del Uruguay are a non-profit organisation that supports local women to make a living while remaining in their local village and raising their families. They are renowned for their fantastic colours, which have become their trademark and have been producing beautiful, natural fibre, hand-dyed yarns since 1968. Their unique, luxurious yarns have been achieved through research and experimentation with traditional techniques for more than 50 years.

The scarf has been pre-washed.

Gently cold wash and dry flat. Do not tumble dry, reshape whilst wet.

Dimensions and Materials 

Measures approximately 36 cm wide X 193 cm long, not including fringe.

Woven from a mix of turmeric and un-dyed wool from Manos del Uruguay and Rooster yarns.


Made by hand

Beautiful soft wool 

Classic and timeless pattern 

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