Silk Noil Infinity Scarf - Ember
Silk Noil Infinity Scarf - Ember
Silk Noil Infinity Scarf - Ember
Silk Noil Infinity Scarf - Ember
Silk Noil Infinity Scarf - Ember
Silk Noil Infinity Scarf - Ember
Silk Noil Infinity Scarf - Ember
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Silk Noil Infinity Scarf - Ember

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These gorgeous cowls are woven with light weight and luxurious silk noil yarn. Silk noil is an unusual fiber as it uses the short-length fibers from silk spinning that are often rejected by those who are creating the more often seen shiny and sleek silk. Because of this, silk noil has a wonderful texture that is more like cotton or linen, but it is still made of 100% silk. It is incredibly light and cool, and perfect for a summer weight scarf.

This scarf is actually woven with intentional spaces in the yarn, which work perfectly as button holes for the buttons sewn along each edge of the scarf. This means that the scarf is infinitely configurable. You can wind it around your neck several times, or drape it just once to cover more of your shoulders, or arrange the fringe wherever you'd like. Perfect for any outfit!

About all my items:
This item was handwoven by me on a floor loom, mechanically identical to ones used in the 1800s. The art of weaving is considered one of the oldest technologies in the world, and the fundamentals have changed very little in that time. Each item is constructed entirely by me, and begins its journey as loose thread eventually transformed into whole cloth. Every strand of yarn is carefully threaded into the loom, and every inch of fabric is created by building one thread on the next, interweaving them to create intricate patterns. I love weaving precisely because of how tactile it is, and how much time I get to spend touching the yarn and enjoying the colors. Because of this, every textile I weave is a pleasure to touch and look at, and is a unique creation that represents hours of a labor of love, years of study and practice, and centuries of culture and technology.