The Garsdale Scarf is woven from our finest yarn — the Bluefaced Leicester 14. With its semi-lustrous qualities, this wool can be spun into the finest of threads and woven into beautiful woollen cloth. This scarf is no exception. Lightweight but remarkably warm, the Garsdale Scarf is generously wide and long and can be worn in a variety of ways.
Our yarn is spun from the fleece of sheep farmed in the Yorkshire Dales and Cumbria, including from two farms in beautiful Garsdale. A long narrow dale, Garsdale runs between the two market towns of Sedbergh and Hawes. At its easternmost end is Garsdale Station on the spectacular Settle-Carlisle railway. To the north is Baugh Fell, rising to a height of 678m and the source of the Clough river which once powered Farfield Mill’s mighty turbine.
This lovely scarf is available in 7 serene colours, all inspired by the muted tones of moorland, northern skies and the occasional splash of astonishingly bright colour in the local wildflowers:
Good to know:
- Approx size: 30cm x 200cm + tasselled fringe
- Fibre: 100% wool
- Wool type: Bluefaced Leicester
- Fibre Source: Yorkshire Dales and Cumbria
- Spun in Huddersfield
- Woven in Scotland
- Recommended care: handwash in lukewarm water, lay flat to dry, warm iron while slightly damp to remove any creases; can be machine washed in gentle wool cycle at 30C. Do not tumble dry.