scarves-by-foxford-woollen-mills

Hard or soft?

Keep it stylishly snug.

Charmaine Kenny, of The Irish Workshop, online home of Irish crafts and whatnot, writes:

What did the hat say to the scarf? You hang around, and I’ll go on ahead

.Bad joke, we know. But all this festive cheer is making us a little giddy here at The Irish Workshop HQ.

Now to the business of Christmas gift ideas… Famed for their throws and blankets, Mayo-based Foxford Woollen Mills needs no introduction, but what does need introducing is their range of scarves.

Traditional stitching and materials have been injected with contemporary design to create this wonderful range of scarves. Made from 100% lambswool, they are sure to keep necks warm. Free worldwide shipping too.

Foxford Scarves (The Irish Workshop)

The Irish Workshop

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2 thoughts on “Some Neck

  1. Neilo

    Don’t be tempted, Kieran: I think the nuns used Foxford throws and scarves as pot scrubbers. Save up for some nice cashmere instead.

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