This long wool scarf is made up of misty blue chenille, the color shifts and changes as it flows. The more it is worn the softer it gets.
Hints of Blue Chenille Scarf
I will gladly accept returns, AFTER I talk to you and find out what the issue may be. I want my customers to be happy with their purchase, and seeing/touching is the only way you will know if you really like it!
I post on the events page where Mayhem Farm will be displaying these items so you can see them, if it is convenient for you.
I recommend hand washing, the simple way, for all my scarves and shawls. Put in a sink of luke warm water with a bit of dawn or shampoo. Let soak for about 15 min, swish, rinse, squeeze out. Roll in a towel if you wish. I hang the shawls on a collapsable folding clothes rack and untangle the fring with my fingers. They dry in no time!
Rugs - throw on a railing or fence and hose 'em off. Or a bit messier, put in the tub and squish like grapes and rinse. The hard part is hanging it somewhere where it won't drip all over :)