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The Batcombe Scarf - Natural
The Batcombe Scarf - Natural
The Batcombe Scarf - Natural
The Batcombe Scarf - Natural
The Batcombe Scarf - Natural
The Batcombe Scarf - Natural
The Batcombe Scarf - Natural
The Batcombe Scarf - Natural
The Batcombe Scarf - Natural
The Batcombe Scarf - Natural
The Batcombe Scarf - Natural

The Batcombe Scarf – Natural

£79.00

Handwoven scarf made in Somerset with locally sourced, natural undyed wool

1 in stock

Sold By: The Handloom Room

Description

Handwoven scarf

This scarf has been handwoven by Jade Ogden in the Mendips, Somerset. It’s made with an undyed soft Shetland wool in natural grey and an undyed soft Romney wool in dark chocolate. The sheep have been holistically and regeneratively reared, high on the Mendip Hills. This is a purely natural, undyed scarf that celebrates the natural shades of the wool and represents a truly sustainable, soil to soil choice

The scarf measures 18cm x 156cm (incl. tassels)

Handwash with care

 

Weaving Process

In the images, you can see some of the weaving process – from creating the warp to threading the loom. Weaving is a very slow craft, where a lot of the work is focused on preparing the yarn and setting the loom. For these scarves, 110 threads are prepared and individually hand-threaded through the loom, before the weaving even begins!

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About the Maker:

Jade Ogden’s handwoven scarves and soft furnishings are made on her table loom in the Mendips, Somerset. She predominantly uses local, undyed Shetland wool from Fernhill Farm, high on the Mendip Hills. Her Truly Mendip range has been made with all wool from under 10 miles away, a fully sustainable, soil-to-soil option. In other ranges, she combines New Lanark wool from a UNESCO world heritage site in Scotland