$85.00 On Sale
Our infinity scarves will be a versatile layering garment in your cold season wardrobe. The understated lace design is elegant and will look good whether dressed up or dressed down. The scarf is approximately 7.5 inches wide with a hanging length of 42 inches - you can style it in a number of ways. Wrap it several times to provide superior neck coverage or throw a loop or two over your head to really snuggle up on blustery days.
We offer these infinity scarves in an array of undyed and naturally colors.
The suri merino blend is 85% suri from our herd and 15% American merino.
The information in the parenthesis denotes the flower or plant used to achieve the color.
The story of this garment
In the spring, before the hot Eastern Washington summer arrives, we have our annual harvest. Our annual shearing is a full day of work, where each member of our herd has their fleece safely shorn off. Because our alpaca enjoy rolling around in the pastures, each fleece is then carefully inspected and skirted to remove any debris or hay. After it is cleaned up and sorted, it takes a quick trip 90 mile trip to the Yakima Valley were an artisan fiber mill processes it into a very fine 2-ply yarn. After the fiber is spun into yarn, it takes another quick trip to the Tri-Cities where a small batch machine knitting operation creates each garment using a high speed seamless knitting machine. Each garment then returns to the farm to be hand dyed using plants and flowers that were also grown on the homestead. Start to finish, each garment takes minimally a year and a half to come to fruition. Produced entirely within 100 miles of the homestead and naturally dyed, our garments have an eco-friendly footprint you can get behind. Each purchase supports American agriculture and manufacturing – wear it proudly!
- 80's denim (indigo on suri blend)
- early grey (logwood on suri blend)
- fawn (natural suri blend) Sold Out
- brown (natural 100% suri)
- copper (coreopsis on suri blend)
- sandstone (coreopsis on suri blend)