100% Lambswool "Royal Stewart" Kimono Wrap
100% Lambswool "Royal Stewart" Kimono Wrap
100% Lambswool "Royal Stewart" Kimono Wrap
100% Lambswool "Royal Stewart" Kimono Wrap
100% Lambswool "Royal Stewart" Kimono Wrap
100% Lambswool "Royal Stewart" Kimono Wrap
100% Lambswool "Royal Stewart" Kimono Wrap

100% Lambswool "Royal Stewart" Kimono Wrap

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$168.00
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  100% Lambswool from the Tweedmill mills in the historic county of Flintshire along the River Dee. Lambswool is a  sustainable, renewable source of fabric that offers comfort, warmth, and rain repellence. This plaid pattern is a tartan, The Royal Stewart.

   Tweedmill used broad looms, so this wrap is wider than most, 52 inches across and 74 inches long; a lot of warmth to wrap around yourself.

  Lightweight, not scratchy even though it appears so, with a very slight lanolin smell, this fabric is sure to please.

  The front is trimmed with hand-stitched, dyed to match 1/8" rawhide stopping at a floral scroll metal tab. Vintage red glass, rose quartz beads, and floral etched gold beads, hang from rawhide attached to the tabs.

   Blue cotton binding covers the inside facing seam stitching, and the wrap is hand-fringed along the side and bottom edges.

    Snaps are located along the sides of the wrap. When snapped closed, "sleeves" are created to keep the fabric in check. Unsnapped, the front pieces can be wrapped around each other, pulled to the back, fastened with a pin or belt, including the back part, or let the back piece drape forming a cape.

    You can also wear the wrap as a shawl by wrapping the front pieces around your neck and draping across your front. Play around, have fun.

Size: One Size 

Actual size: 52" X 74" (26" on sides from neck edge to bottom of sleeve hem, 37" from shoulder seam to hem bottom.)

Fabric content: 100% Lambswool

Care: Hand wash in cool water, remove excess water with a towel rolled like a jelly roll. Lay flat to dry. For further information about the care of Lambswool, go to the following link: How to Care for Lambswool (ezinearticles.com)

Tweedmill Textiles

This garment is handmade using couture tailoring techniques (lots of hand-sewing, pressing, interfacings) for durability, wear and finish. I pay attention to the minor details.