Naked Bandit 127 Featherweight
I travel to Santa Fe pretty often. It's close and a favorite weekend getaway. One of my favorite "pit stops" happens to be in a natural amphitheater below a most spectacular cliff band. Every shade of clay, terra coat, taupe, limestone. I know there are names for each strata, but I think it looks like a yummy layer cake.
Anyway, the little pull out/bathrooms were closed during "that time" and I found myself in a predicament. Bare bottomed to the cliffs, the idea of the Naked Bandit was formed.
It's a beautiful creamy soft perfect piece to wear with all your summer naturals and keep it light. I suppose in a pinch, it could also be used as a pee screen!
dimension: 127x127 cm (50" x 50")
materials: 30% silk 70% wool blend
Made in Italy
gentle hand wash in cool water with mild detergent
lay flat on a towel to dry
a word about fringe edging on our feather weights wools
Fringe edging is made by cutting the edge of the fabric and pulling out about 1 cm of cross threads to create the fringe effect. Occasionally threads will separate from the raw edge making it feel like the scarf is unraveling! It's not. This is a normal occurrence with the featherweight wools as the weave is very open and some of those pieces on the end will want to come out as well. Pull any loose threads off and away from the cross threads. We also suggest washing in cold water and lay flat or hang to dry. This helps secure those end threads by softening and almost plumping the fibers a bit. If this concerns you, we suggest finding a scarf you love that's not part of the featherweight wool collection.