Since I can't seem to figure out the FB page thing, I'll just go ahead and share this here. Those of you who came to pick blueberries in our beautiful orchards may not all know that, in the winter season, I was re-purposing wool and cashmere sweaters into bags, scarves, and other cozy, useful things. I've got a few of the 100% cashmere (what I call "affordable cashmere"), upcycled, hand-stitched infinity scarves. I use yarn that's either fully soy or alpaca or baby alpaca or bamboo. Translation: as soft as the cashmere.
This is my fifth season of making these scarves. I've got more cashmere to work with on the horizon, but these are what I have between now and Christmas. :-)
Everyone should wrap herself in cashmere from time to time -- or all the time. The softest of soft and lightest of light to keep you warm all winter.
These luxurious infinity scarves are upcycled from cashmere sweaters, mostly found at the thrift store. They are five, six or seven inches wide and vary in length to wrap comfortably once or twice (and sometimes thrice). All panels are 100% cashmere, and seams are hand-stitched with luscious, equally soft and high quality yarns.
I'm not taking mine off until April.