For the cold mornings and evenings of spring and fall, we have the perfect cotton scarf; it keeps the chill away but doesn’t get you overheated. The scarf is made from knit cotton and sewn together to create a two-ply scarf. It feels very soft on the next but also nice and warm. It's long enough to tie up a variety of ways. This scarf is made from the same material as our cotton beanie cap.
Need help with scarf tying style? We recommend you watch this quick video from GQ on 3 ways to tie a scarf. We have demonstrated as well, see pics.
This scarf is made at a small knitting mill outside of Reading, PA that has been making goods in the same location since the late 1800s. The vintage knitting machines of this mill knit a distinctive tonal horizontal striping pattern called a "panel", a subtle detail that we feel brings something completely unique to these knits. This scarf is 100% USA made: the cotton is grown in the southern USA, spun and dyed in the Carolinas, and then knit into cloth and cut and sewn in Pennsylvania.