Waves scarf is an ombre stripe design inspired by the Marbled White butterfly moth. It has a subtle array of soft tones and merges camel with many greys ranging through to charcoal. Often found in grasslands and on purple flowers such as Wild Marjoram, Field Scabious and Thistle, this moth has distinctive black and white markings that make it stand out. Although the warmer taupe shades appear mostly on the underside of the wings we used the whole neutral palette together in this stripe.

The scarf is designed at Quinton Chadwick's studio where they knit the pattern swatches and put the colours together, trialing many different combinations until they are happy with the result.

The classic neutrals in this scarf mean it will work with everything and will last the test of time too.

100% Lambswool Dimensions 200cm x 25cm

Lightly felted for extra softness.

Made In Scotland with extra fine lambswool spun in Yorkshire.

About Quinton Chadwick

Jess Quinton and Jane Chadwick use British mills for their yarn supplies, always 100% natural and biodegradable fibres. Mostly Lambswool or Merino and they also use Recycled Cashmere when it is available. They like to combine traditional knitting techniques with new technology to make a more sustainable product. Their seamless hats and cut edge scarves are cleverly designed to ensure there is zero yarn waste in the production process. 

Today QUINTON CHADWICK products are recognised for their unique colour combinations; their modern take on traditional patterns, the sustainability of their British production and the quality of their craftsmanship.

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