Candy Corn Hand Knit Scarf - Art to Wear - Luxury kid mohair hand knit scarf in Candy Corn colorway of oranges and yellows is super long at 10 ½ + feet long by 2 ½ inches wide. It is made to wrap and wrap for warmth or drape as an accessory. Kid mohair yarn is hand dyed in autumn colors, like the popular candy corn we eat at Halloween and Thanksgiving. I added a shiny silky contrasting thread to make the colors POP! Both strands are knitted together by hand on two knitting needles. The yarns are variegated, meaning the colors morph from one hue to another hue.
Kid mohair is the long silky fiber of the Angora goat, a soft supple fiber with a luxuriously rich luster. Kid mohair It is a luxury woolen fiber. NOTE: No animals are harmed in the process of shearing. Shearing goats and sheep is like grooming your dog or getting a haircut. We all just need a trim now and then!
Kid mohair is a natural woolen fiber. It is a sustainable, renewable resource with the added benefit of being warm even when wet. There is just one Candy Corn Scarf
Art to Wear by Pamela Palma Designs