Merina wool scarf in brown, pumpkin, golden yellow and white, made in the technique called M-O.
Handmade in low-lizo loom.
Merina wool scarf brown, pumpkin, golden yellow and white.
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|Measures||1.86 cm. x 30 cm. 3 cm. fringe at the ends.|
|Composition||merina wool 100%|
|More about the textile fibres used||The plot is the same colors as the warp.|
|Washing tips||See washing, maintenance and preservation tips in the product description or blog.|
|Finishes||Fringes twisted and knotted at the ends.|
This merina wool scarf colors from brown to white, with warp of the same wool and weft in the same colors.
It is worked with ligament called M-O, in which one part is woven in taffeta and another in which the warp is in sight forming an original design reminiscent of the letter M and O.
From this technique, it is a fluffy fabric that leaves the warp visible, and the design makes on the one hand have some tones and on the other the opposite, creating a special and unique contrast.
The colors, in the range of chestnut brown, pumpkin in two different shades, golden yellow and the contrast of white, is inspired by autumn and the colors that accompany it.
This merin wool scarf is soft and fluffy, so it is a very easy fabric to wear and combine, so much so that it will become indispensable for the coming winters... Being woven with the technique described above, it is especially warm by the relief that forms the fabric itself.
PROPERTIES OF MERINA WOOL.
Merin wool fabrics provide a pleasant, comfortable and natural warmth, preventing the skin from remaining moist, by absorbing the merine wool leftover moisture - it can absorb 35% water without giving a feeling of being wet. It maintains body heat by creating between its fibers a small air chamber that prevents the passage of cold to the body, but at the same time is very breathable.
Merin wool is flexible, elastic and resistant.
Merin wool also has fire-retardant -turns off on its own-, antibacterial properties and is hypoallergenic; does not absorb odors or bacteria; it is the best natural insulator on the outside:
With mild rain or ambient humidity, it repels water. Cold, with the small air chamber that make up its fibers keeps us warm. With heat, it absorbs and releases moisture providing freshness; does not adhere to the skin, and so the skin breathes.
For all these properties it is so it is a widely used and sought after wool for sports equipment.
For the finesse of its fibers, it does not "chop" the skin like other sheep's wools of thicker fibers, but is soft and comfortable.
WASHING AND MAINTENANCE TIPS.
This pink merina wool scarf is very easy to maintain, although it requires some care when washing:
- Use cold or almost cold water.
- Do not rub or soak for more than 5 minutes. Don't twist.
- Do not vary the temperature of the washing water abruptly.
- Let drain and tend. Dry quickly.
- Iron if necessary with mild temperature.
This scarf has already been sent washed and ironed.
To store it if it is not to be used shortly, it should be kept clean and without trace of moisture; will be flawless when you want to use it again. Well-kept merina wool fabrics can last for many years, becoming one of those garments that is impossible to do without. He them fondly...
The fabrics I weave on the loom are both for their composition and for the way they are woven (four-pedal manual loom driven by the weaver), a sustainable product, responsible for the environment and natural.
I claim for my fabrics the name of "ethical fashion": All fabrics I yod them myself, so I do not use any labor and of course not child labor.
Scarves are a "local product", made in Spain and I make sure that all the fibers I use are also from here.
They are reusable: once you do not want to use it as a scarf, it can be used as a decoration piece, table path, for the backrest of an armchair, etc. or to make a vest or bag.
They belong to the slow, slow fashion, made with care from the first step of design to the choice of colors and ligament that I use in each, the finish. Everything is a long process rich in nuances and variants, which is in the end the one that provides fabrics made in manual loom, that special and unique charisma that makes them unique.
I do not repeat the design: each fabric has its own personality and unique characteristics,
For more information on wool, visit the blog.
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