2012-10-26 - Counting Flowers offers a large collection handwoven and knitted wool scarves. Sheep wool scarves from Pakistan and India, alpaca wool scarves from the highlands of Peru and Bolivia.
Furthermore you will find curly kid mohair scarves from South Africa and very soft fair trade scarves from pure pashmina, A-grade cashmere and yak wool from Nepal.
Wool scarves by Counting Flowers are comfortable and warm and vary from naturally dyed alpaca scarves handwoven in traditional patterns by highland Indians to exclusive soft scarves from pashmina, cashmere and yak wool made by a fair trade weaving group in Nepal.
You can find more information about the different types of wool and their care instructions on:
Meet the extraordinary artisans of our wool scarves.
Take a look at the collection handcrafted wool scarves by Counting Flowers in the web shop.