A Favourite Scarf

If there is one scarf from my collections that I wear, day after day, year after year, it’s the triangle neckerchief. Small, colourful and warm.

We have been making them in Scotland from 100% lambswool for over 25 years. Originally, they were made as a headscarf before we realised, they are great as neckerchiefs too. In 1998 there was a headscarf hysteria for our woolly triangles, and we could hardly keep up with demand. 


They are slow to knit as every row is being decreased to create the triangle shape. They are then over washed, to give a felted finish, a process that makes the mill washroom nervous, as its difficult to get right – every colour felts differently due to the effect of dye on the yarn.


Early morning walks, working in the studio, there is always a bright triangle round my neck.


Putting myself out of business here, but you don’t actually need a big scarf to keep warm. 

If there is one scarf from my collections that I wear, day after day, year after year, it’s the triangle neckerchief. Small, colourful and warm.


We have been making them in Scotland from 100% lambswool for over 25 years. Originally, they were made as a headscarf before we realised, they are great as neckerchiefs too. In 1998 there was a headscarf hysteria for our woolly triangles, and we could hardly keep up with demand. 


They are slow to knit as every row is being decreased to create the triangle shape. They are then over washed, to give a felted finish, a process that makes the mill washroom nervous, as its difficult to get right – every colour felts differently due to the effect of dye on the yarn.


Early morning walks, working in the studio, there is always a bright triangle round my neck.


Putting myself out of business here, but you don’t actually need a big scarf to keep warm. 


If there is one scarf from my collections that I wear, day after day, year after year, it’s the triangle neckerchief. Small, colourful and warm.


We have been making them in Scotland from 100% lambswool for over 25 years. Originally, they were made as a headscarf before we realised, they are great as neckerchiefs too. In 1998 there was a headscarf hysteria for our woolly triangles, and we could hardly keep up with demand. 


They are slow to knit as every row is being decreased to create the triangle shape. They are then over washed, to give a felted finish, a process that makes the mill washroom nervous, as its difficult to get right – every colour felts differently due to the effect of dye on the yarn.


Early morning walks, working in the studio, there is always a bright triangle round my neck.


Putting myself out of business here, but you don’t actually need a big scarf to keep warm. 


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