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12 Ficus Shawl Scarf
12 Ficus Shawl Scarf
12 Ficus Shawl Scarf
12 Ficus Shawl Scarf
12 Ficus Shawl Scarf
12 Ficus Shawl Scarf

12 Ficus Shawl Scarf

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Our scarf promises a very pleasant wearing feeling and has an elegant and refined look. The beautiful color pattern in purple and green was achieved through meticulous manual work using dyes from selected flowers and yerba mate. This delicate scarf has been made with love by women from Argentina on traditional looms.

Select quality products in harmony with nature

Pure llama wool fiber is one of the finest natural qualities. Pampers with a unique, fluffy feeling and provides comforting warmth. Our collection of hand-woven knitwear is made up of natural colors and has been made with elements of nature: wood, seeds, plants and herbs. Our scarf, thanks to its close relationship with nature, is especially gentle on the skin and the environment.

Anti-allergy, warm, fluffy, breathable and dirt-resistant

The main characteristics that we highlight are that llama wool is light and thermal. It does not produce static electricity and is difficult to ignite. Offers comfort in terms of humidity. It does not contain lanolin (the oil present in sheep's wool), so it is non-greasy and hypoallergenic (people are only allergic to lanolin). Furthermore, it is warm, light and fluffy, and a garment made from this wool is a refined piece of clothing and therefore a perfect gift for loved ones.

100% Llama Wool

Tip: It is better to ventilate more times than wash. Flame fiber is naturally resistant to dirt and to some degree self-cleaning. Simply leave this product out overnight so the fibers can regain their natural moisture.

Hand wash:
This is the recommended method for washing our llama wool products. It is important to remember that wool can shrink under water due to temperature changes, therefore we recommend using room temperature water and white soap or delicate soap (preferably organic).

Remove excess water, but avoid excessive shaking, folding or wrinkling. We advise against the use of dryers. The best way is to leave the product on a towel and a flat surface (to avoid deformation) and then dry it in a dry environment or outdoors, but protected from direct sunlight. Be sure to stretch garments with your hands to reduce wrinkles.

Make sure the garment is completely dry before storing and is protected from moths. Sachets with dried lavender can be useful. We advise against the use of mothballs.

  • 0-160-50cm