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Rust Neck Warmer in Woodland Style with Leaf Edges and Clover Pin

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Description

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Rust neck warmer for a fairy

This rust neck warmer has an amazing woodland style and leaf shaped edges. You can wear it just as a fantasy women scarf but you can also use it as a part of a cosplay costume. It will give a last perfect touch to every forest fairy, elf or pixie! I make this scarf by hand in nuno felting technique. It consists of natural materials: soft merino wool, silk fabric and shiny silk fibers. The fabric has a nice pattern with cute clovers in beige, blue, green and black. I use these clovers as a motif of this scarf and give them long felted stalks. You can see them in the pictures as artistic fringes. To help you wrap this rust neck warmer arround your neck, I accessorize it with a green clover brooch. You can pin it anywhere and it will give you 10 luck points every time you use it.

Scarf length: 61 cm (24 in)
Scarf width (from edge to edge): 23 cm (9 in)
Brooch diameter: 10 cm (3.9 in)
Weight: 35 g (0.08 lb)

 

 

Shipping

Shipping Options

I ship worldwide except Australia. If you are from Australia and would like to purchase something from me, please, place your order in my Etsy shop. Thank you!

 

SHIPPING RATES

* International shipping: 5,50 EUR or spend 100 EUR to qualify for free shipping.

* Domestic DPD shipping to Poland: 3,50 EUR or spend 50 EUR to qualify for free shipping.

 

ESTIMATED DELIVERY TIMES

It usually takes 1-3 working days to complete and ship your order. Estimated delivery times are as follows:

- Poland: 1-2 working days,

- countries in Europe: 4-7 working days,

- countries outside of Europe: 7-20 working days.

Please, remember that these are only estimates and your delivery time may be slightly different, especially during a busy holiday period or when customs control occurs. If you are worried about your shipment, you can contact me at any time.

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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

Want to know more?

I make all my products by hand out of natural and high-quality materials. As a result, they are soft, ecological and skin friendly. Accessories and jewelry available in my store are designed to follow your dreams. I make them in a variety of styles, colors and sizes, allowing you to choose your own way in fashion.

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