Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Skinny Florida Gators Scrappy Scarf - Blue and Orange - Handmade

Skinny Florida Gators Scrappy Scarf - Blue and Orange – Handmade

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This handmade Skinny Florida Gators Scrappy Scarf is the perfect way to show your team spirit. The color palette is Blue and Orange which is our interpretation of the Florida Gators team colors. This listing is for one scarf. Looking for a particular team? Contact us for a custom order!

NOTE: This is not a licensed NCAA product. It is, however, handcrafted with licensed Florida Gators NCAA fabric. We are not affiliated with or sponsored by the NCAA.

Skinny Scrappy Scarves are long and skinny handmade scarves measuring approximately 76" long and 4" wide. (Please note, our scarves are unique and one of a kind, and the length and width can vary some. If you'd like exact measurements for a specific scarf, please contact us before making your purchase.) They have multiple fabrics and fibers from a variety of places - including some really unique & luxurious yarns.

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Our scarves are carefully sewn (no knots) on a sewing machine using horizontal, vertical, and diagonal straight stitching to hold all the strips of yarn and fabric firmly in place. They are then zigzagged around all the edges, excluding the fringe, of course. They can be GENTLY hand washed and then hung up to dry.

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You can wear them many different ways. Wrap them around a couple of times depending on how long you would like them and how warm you want your neck to be! Or wear them the Parisian way by doubling them and pulling the ends through the loop - as shown in the pictures. They are very versatile and can be worn with a t-shirt and jeans, at the office, or dressed up for a night out.

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All of our items arrive giftwrapped.

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Scarves arrive wrapped in kraft paper; flower pins and bracelets arrive in gift boxes.

This scarf would make a great gift for one of your Gator fans!

Have a great day!

Beth and Denise

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