Helen Chatterton makes scarves, two separate collections but yet intertwined. Harris tweed scarves paired with velvets, liberty cotton lawns and My City On Cloth collection of silk map scarves.
The Harris Tweed skinny scarf measures 136 x 12 cm approx and combines the hardiness of tweed with the luxurious cotton lawn used in Liberty’s iconic Tana Lawn collections.
A maximum of 10 days to make to order
UK delivery included
Sustainably ‘made to last’, by Helen and her sewing machine in Liverpool. These hard wearing scarves are made to order. As a Zero waste product all offcuts are used to make lavender bags with any remaining pieces donated to a local primary school in Liverpool. Postage bags are reusable. Harris Tweed is a certified woven textile made on the Isle of Harris in Scotland's Outer Hebrides.