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When traveling back to England to see family and friends I always manage to forget something, and it often happens to be about the grey winter days, and a trusty scarf to keep out of blowing winds. Luckily there is a good supply of wooly winter ware at my parents’ house, and digging through it I always go for a scarf of my mother’s that features a simple one stitch color pattern and delicate picot hem. Wearing this scarf to my old local town one day I visited the new local yarn store (oh how I wished it had been there when I lived there!), and discovered a healthy ‘British Wool’ section of the shop, containing this Bluefaced Leicester yarn from West Yorkshire Spinners. Always a sucker for local fibers I snaffled up plenty and stored them away. Upon my return to American soil I realised how the buttery soft longwool fibers lend themselves naturally to a chunkier, longer version of my mothers scarf, and how perfectly fitting too. With a hat to match, fully lined for extra
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by Annie Claire
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