Handwoven Kid Mohair Silk Scarf

Handwoven Kid Mohair Silk Scarf

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Yes these scarves are for adults or children. This handwoven kid mohair silk scarf will definitely keep you warm and stylish through those very chilly nights. It is light, cozy and comfortable and great for a gift idea. Kid mohair is fiber from goats up to six months. This is a thin and soft fiber, but with a lower luster than regular mohair.

Handwoven Kid Mohair Silk Scarf

Yes these scarves are for adults or children. This handwoven kid mohair silk scarf will definitely keep you warm and stylish through those very chilly nights. It is light, cozy and comfortable and great for a gift idea. Kid mohair is fiber from goats up to six months. This is a thin and soft fiber, but with a lower luster than regular mohair.

This beautiful light, yet soft and luxurious scarf, handwoven on a traditional loom with a mix of cotton, mohair weft and silk, kid mohair warp. This handwoven kid mohair silk scarf will definitely keep you warm and stylish through those very chilly nights. It is light, cozy and comfortable and great for a gift idea. With its delicate appearance, it is often a surprise to discover just how durable and resilient mohair can be. Like most luxury fibres, mohair requires proper handling to ensure that it maintains its beauty over time.
What is the difference between mohair and kid mohair?
Mohair is a yarn made from angora hair with exceptional elasticity and durability. Mohair is strong, thin, glossy fiber and one of the best natural materials, you can also easily dye it. Kid mohair is fiber from goats up to six months. This is a thin and soft fiber, but with a lower luster than regular mohair.
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Additional information

Color

Pink, Purple, Teal, Navy, Actual colors may vary from those shown due to the nature of photographing and monitor color settings.

Size

Approximately (w)180 x (l)1500mm before fringe. 1700mm long including fringe.(Weaving on a traditional loom with natural yarns is a delicate craft – we wish to advise that this may result in slight sizing discrepancies)

Difference between Mohair and Kid Mohair

Mohair is a yarn made from angora hair with exceptional elasticity and durability. Mohair is strong, thin, glossy fiber and one of the best natural materials, you can also easily dye it. Kid mohair is fiber from goats up to six months. This is a thin and soft fiber, but with a lower luster than regular mohair.

Material

Kid mohair, silk and 5% cotton

Type

Luxurious handwoven kid mohair and silk scarf

Lead Time

Handwoven items will take up to 2 weeks to make

Warm reminder

We recommend that you wash your scarf separately as there may be a small amount of dye run.For the longevity of your finished item we recommend hand washing your hand-woven items, use shampoo rather than a strong detergent. Dry hand-woven scarf flat in the shade and treat them gently to help them keep their shape and stay precious.Do not bleach. Do not iron. Do not tumble dry.Avoid direct exposure to the sun for long periods and open flames.

Product Care

Special Note: Mohair does tend to leave lint on clothes and furniture but does settle once washed a couple of timesHand wash with shampoo in cold water in your bath, rinse, machine spin by placing the throw in a pillow case, dry flat away from direct sunlight. DO NOT TUMBLE DRY OR DRY CLEAN.

General Care

Follow the helpful tips below to maintain the longevity of your mohair product while keeping it looking great!• Store your garment in a cool dry place. Do not store in plastic.• Do not spray perfume directly on garment, especially if it is white.• Do not keep knitted mohair garments on hangers; rather fold and store on a shelf.• To fluff up your garment, lightly shake or gently brush down by hand.Washing mohairYour mohair item can be cleaned by a reputable dry cleaner, or you can wash it yourself by following these simple steps:• Soak in tepid water using mild detergent recommended for washing wool, or even hair shampoo.• Very gently agitate by hand to dislodge dirt particles. Do not agitate unduly.• Rinse in clean, cool water. A small amount of fabric softener can be used if desired.• Hang or lay flat to dry (mohair dries quite quickly). When dry, a brisk shake or brush (with a stiff hair brush) will restore the pile. Gentle coaxing, rather than firm strokes, is advised to ease out tangle and create the downy pile for which Mohair is renowned.• Do not tumble dry.

Handwoven Kid Mohair Silk Scarf

R1,100