Tweed Scarf Wide: Monochrome II
by Mourne Textiles
Made in Northern Ireland
A fabric designed by Gerd Hay-Edie and made famous by Irish fashion designer Sybil Connolly as part of her 1956 Spring collection, the Tweed Scarf is an exquisite example of mid-century style.
These scarves are woven on vintage shuttle looms in a workshop at the foothills of the Mourne Mountains in Northern Ireland. The Hattersley looms, first developed in 1919, are tried and tested over decades, creating a rich weave and woven selvedge.
- 75cm x 200cm
- Black/Natural White
- 100% Merino Wool
- Purled Fringe