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Mini Square Scarf by PilgrimWaters



Archie Fuchsia style

A jaunty, snazzy sophisticated mini square.  A headscarf, a bandana, a neckerchief, a hair tie, a pocket square, or simply a gift that is easy to mail.

Endlessly versatile. An all-season, all-occasion elegant mini scarf. 

Up-cycled saris are carefully selected for the edging adding a soft zing of color and structure. As these are up-cycled color variation is to be expected. Hand-made with love. 

Details: 21 in x 21 in, 70% cotton 30% silk, 55 grams plain weave. A blend of natural fibers with an urban silk sheen.  As each fabric is hand-printed by artisans, they will own unique characteristics and print anomalies.  Recommended gentle hand wash and air dry.

About PilgrimWaters:

Susy Pilgrim Waters and Keith Waters are husband and wife. Together they established PilgrimWaters in 2012 and today they design and manufacture their own unique collection of practical products.

Susy's passion for textiles and surface design result in of one-of-a-kind apparel.  Woven cashmere and merino wool scarves and throws are exquisitely handmade and printed with Susy's unique surface designs. More recently, cotton and silk woven in India are beautifully handprinted and then stitched into dresses and scarves as well as large heirloom quality throws. Keith's 3D experience informs a functional, practical, small batch handcrafted end tables and trays that are carefully made by hand and printed in his workshop in Boston MA.

Born and raised in Great Britain Susy and Keith are now based in Boston USA. Their range of home and apparel products draw on their professional backgrounds. Susy is an award-winning illustrator and Keith a pioneer in computer graphics. Their combined experiences informs a modern, handcrafted aesthetic with expert fabrication.

Functionality is key – with color, natural materials and graphic elements coming together in products such as elegant scarves, tea towels and trays.  For updates, news and product features please sign-up for our newsletter below.

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