Nuno Neck Cowls

Date Published: April 14, 2021
Categories: Blog | Wearable Felt

Nuno Neck Cowls handmade with love, merino wool and silks

One of my favourite accessories for late autumn through to early spring.  I wear mine both as a neck warmer and an ear warmer in the cold months. They are ideal accessory to wear when out walking or participating in an outdoor pursuit.  My daughter who lives in the Middle East wears hers in the evening when she goes camping.

Each cowl is individual, the main wool being merino. I also use Alpaca which I either fully blend with the Merino wool or as an embellishment. The alpaca wool is locally sourced coming from the Llama Park in Sussex or the Ashdown Forest area.  As well as using the Alpaca in its natural colours I also dye it to match the fibres and silk I am using. I also sometimes dye the silk fabric I am going to use. One size approximately 22in circumference and 10in height.  They retail at £20.00.

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Hi, I’m Valerie

I live in a rural market town in East Sussex, close to both the South Downs and the coast. I am a felt artist and I love making and teaching.  Find out more on my About Me page

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