Handmade textile scarf necklaces will keep your loved ones toasty all winter long. Starting at around $50, each of these designers make an excellent and unique handmade product you will feel good purchasing.
Each piece of fabric used to make Necklush ® scarf necklaces are hand printed and designed specifically by the company to create its myriad of creative neckwear. In 2011, Necklush ® was featured in the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum’s Design Triennial “Why Design Now?” beating over 800,000 artisans to represent Etsy. Necklush is sold at the Art Institute of Chicago. Santa Monica Museum of Art, The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, The Institute of Contemporary Art Boston and the Weisman Art Museum Minneapolis.
Kraków based designer Celina Dębowska started Celapiu [tse-lah-pyoo] in 2007 after one year of work experience in various London studios. She brings whimsy to textile neckwear with her realistic woodland creature scarves knit and felted to perfection. Other fantastic designs are woven and braided strips fabricated into cowls and shawls. The colors on offer are always fantastic and sophisticated.
Paris designer Okapi Knits creates light and colorful knit / crochet accessories that can be worn all year round. Her braided and knotted pieces are thrown around the neck and cascade down the body in layers. The colors on offer are muted and blend well together. These would make fantastic stocking stuffers even for that someone living in a more tropical climate.
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