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Blue Mobius Scarf with Marble Look and Merino Wool Lining

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Blue mobius scarf with wool lining

This blue mobius scarf is like other infinity scarves but… it has a few features that make it special. First of all, it has a twist – actually, this is what makes it a mobius. Also, it consists of natural materials and I mean really soft merino wool and silk. Moreover, it has a marble design and wrinkled texture. And finally, it has two layers! As you can see, it is not just another scarf but a beautiful accessory for a special woman.

I make two layers of this scarf separately and then sew them together with a sewing machine. Both layers are made by hand in felting technique. One of them consists of merino wool and is a lining of this scarf. It is this layer what makes the scarf cozy and warm. The other layer is nuno felted of merino and silk. The silk fabric has many shades of blue and looks similar to a marble. It gives this scarf a beautiful look. Also, as the wool shrinks during felting, silk becomes wonderfully wrinkled – its texture is just amazing.

As this blue mobius scarf is lined, it is quite warm, especially if you wrap it twice around your neck. Making a double loop will also give it a cowl-like appearance. In this case it will be perfect for winter. You can also leave this blue marble scarf long and wear it as a decoration. Its texture will give you artistic look at every occasion.

Circumference: 130 cm (51.2 in)
Scarf width: 14 cm (5.5 in)
Weight: 65 g (0.14 lb)

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Washing Instructions

How to care about felted handicraft

Merino does not need to be washed as often as other types of wool. However, you may want to refresh it from time to time. Felted accessories and jewelry keep their colors and shape if hand washed gently in warm water. Here is a detailed instruction on how to care about them (we enclose it in every shipment as well):


  • Wash your felt handicraft manually at about 30 Celsjus degrees using washing agents for wool.
  • Dip them gently, but do not rub - otherwise they may shrink or deform.
  • After washing, rinse your felt item with water of the same temperature, preferably with a rinsing liquid for wool.
  • Do not wring or twist felt - remove the excess water with your hands using a towel.
  • Spread out washed accessories on a towel to let them dry.
  • If necessary iron your felt item using 'wool' mode or applying a low temperature.

General Notes

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All our products are made by hands out of natural and high quality materials. It makes them soft, ecological and skin friendly. Accessories and jewelry available in our store are designed to follow your dreams. We make them in different styles, colors and sizes, allowing you to choose your own way in fashion.

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