Evening Flame
  • Evening Flame

    Herringbone scarves are a simple touch that can transform any look and wardrobe. Bare Cloth scarves are the goldilocks of accessories. They are the perfect weight of eco-wool to wear from fall to spring and sometimes even through summer. They provide the perfect amount of warmth that feels like a continuous gentle hug throughout the day. Made to be worn daily, and to feel special with every wear. This scarf is versatile and pairs well with jeans, Carhartts, suits, evening gowns, flannel, sweaters, and your favorite t-shirt.

     

    Materials

    Fiber:100% Wool

    Warp: Eco-wool, natural wool color off of the sheep

    Weft: Eco-wool, dyed using REACH standards for production

    Measurements

    Length: 70 inches

    Woven length with fringe: 74 inches

    Width: 10 inches

    Work

    Handwoven on a Hattersley Domestic loom by Keila McCracken

    Batch # 9 

    (What does this # mean? CLICK HERE )

    • Payment Plan

      Bare Cloth now has a PAYMENT PLAN option!!

       

      Use Bare Cloth's payment plan to purchase a meditation in three smaller more affordable payments than paying the full price upfront. 

       

      To sign up for the payment plan add this product to your cart and copy and paste the Payment Plan Code below in the 'Discount' section when you got to check out. 

       

      When you check out you will pay $25.00 today and have two more payments of $25.00 a month for the next two months. 

       

      By using the Payment Plan Code listed below you are agreeing to make three payments in three months plus any shipping costs needed. Once your purchase is paid in full your purchase will be wrapped and ready for in-studio pick-up or to be mailed to you.

      Scarf Payment Plan Code: Scarf25

    $75.00Price

    All of these colors are available as options, please write in the 'Notes' section what colors you want in your creation.

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    "There is no beauty in the finest cloth if it makes hunger and unhappiness." 

    - Mahatma Ghandi