This intricately woven scarf is 10" wide and 81.5" long with 8"-13" long tassels at both ends. It is inspired by our travels to Kilbarchan, once a weaving village with 800 looms, in Scotland. The Weaver's Cottage, which is a home built in 1723 with the names Andrew, John and Jenat Brydein , is preserved as a museum wherein a mighty pit loom, that has stood the tests of time, is open for enthusiasts to weave. This is a national heritage given to the National Trust of Scotland by Mrs. Simpson, Agne's neice in 1954. The property was bought by the Christie family, who lived and worked in this house for generations, until the death of Agnes, in 1953. This scarf is an ode to the skilled weavers of Kilbarchan. Brilliant colors of carmine, fuchsia and citrus with hints of steel gray and subtle blue make this supple scarf woven with yarns of yak, cashmere/silk and merino, a keeper.
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