Cashmere Headband and Pin

Cashmere Headband and Pin

  • Description: Raspberry color double felted cashmere ear warmer / headband: one-of-a-kind and upCycled. I made this using super soft fiber processed from recycled sweaters. Luxuriously soft and double layered! Hand-Stitched. Embellished with cashmere flower/anemone. Gives you warmth, comfort, and style. I think it would make a lovely gift. FREE SHIPPING and GIFT Wrapped. Fabric/Material: Felted Cashmere

Size: One size fits all.

Length: Approximately 4” wide and fits 21"--23" head circumference.

Care: For best results, hand wash in warm water, press with large towel to remove water, smooth into shape, and lay flat to dry--will dry faster if placed upon a running dryer. 

Your satisfaction is important to me. If items are not as you expected please contact me.

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  • Sizing, Washing, & Other Policies

     I work in a smoke free environment using cleaned, recycled clothing or new, damaged clothing. I prefer using high-quality, natural, fabrics like silk; wool (cashmere, merino, alpaca); and velvet in addition to, cotton; bamboo; rayon; and tencel. Generally I recommend washing with care … For best results, the clothing and fabric accessories are spot cleanable or dry cleanable. Gently washing by hand in cold water and line drying will also work (most of the time), but, please, do so at your own risk, it will decrease the life of some items. I will give instructions on each item individually.

    SIZING: It is hard for me to be exact about sizes – Most of the time, I fabric with stretch and consider clothing to be a “free size” --with a tendency in a certain direction—I will suggest that direction and include actual measurements when reasonable. 

    I hope you enjoy my work and if you have any problems with any purchases, please, let me know right away.

    After payment is received items will be shipped US Postal Service -- delivery includes USPS confirmation.

    Note: I use clean recycled shipping materials, if I have them on hand.


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