Cottage Garden Scarf
A gentle breeze fluttered the finged ends of her wrap. She'd worn it for luck, hoping the watercolor florals upon it would inspire spring. Thank heavens April showers had subsided that they might discuss their latest read outdoors.
Bright perenials are rendered to an airy and fluid drape that doubles as a shawl.
Connie insists "This scarf will be a staple for spring and summer." She wrote: "It will go with many of my tops. . . and will look fresh and new with all of them. Love the lightweight and the length, so it will be versatile. The background has more color to it, so it will even go with a white top."
- 24 x 72".
- Hand wash, lay flat to dry.
from San Francisco
February 10, 2016
The scarf is very pretty, it just looks like a different scarf than is pictured in the magazine. I was expecting a thicker fabric, instead it is gauzy. The flowers, instead of rosy, are actually a rusty hue. It will definitely need to be ironed again again, that's how thin wrinkly it is. Even though I am disappointed, I do have to say it is pretty.
from Alpine, NY
January 16, 2015
very delicate, loose, lightly, airy, woolen material. very pretty, soft vintage colors. after I saw it, there was a debate with myself whether to keep it or give as a gift, as intended. I gave. she loves it.
from Tinley Park, Il
July 23, 2015
This scarf very soft and light. It can be worn year round. The actual color differs from the photo. The scarf has a cream background, not white. A little disappointing, but not enough to warrant sending it back.
from MOBILE ALABAMA
October 21, 2015
This is a pretty scarf, but it is very, very light. I'm not sure how it will hold up with use.
December 19, 2015
This is a beautiful scarf, delicate but perhaps a bit too delicate. It is quite thin and seems like it would run or tear easily. I'm giving it as a gift so I hope it wears well.