Scottish Norse Capelet, Scarf or Shawlette - FREE SHIPPING SH78
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A riot of wildflower color cascades down the hillsides during the Scottish summers, as it also does in Scandinavia. During the long dark winters, it is commonplace to bring a wee bit of the summer color inside in both the Scottish and Nordic cultures. The ties between these cultures stems from the 8th - 15th centuries during which Vikings and Norse settlers and their descendants colonized parts of what is now modern day Scotland.
Brighten YOUR winter with this joyous one of a kind (OOAK) shawlette, capelet or scarf I crocheted. Bright reds, oranges and purple are combined in a crocheted flower pattern, mimicking the wildflowers. Wear the wrap over a solid sweater or tee and light up your life. Then when the weather warms, continue to wear it into summer over your bare shoulders.
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- Color--------Reds, oranges, purple
- Height----17 inches (44 cm)
- Width around outside edge----84 inches (213 cm)
- Materials ----Soft wool-blend yarn, antler button, glass bead
- Washing Instructions:
- Hand wash in cool water with mild soap, roll in a towel to remove moisture, dry flat
Mòran taing (many thanks in Gaelic) for visiting my shop. If I can answer any questions or make a custom design for you, please contact me.