Handwoven Scarf

By PilgrimWaters

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Designed by renowned surface artist Susy Waters, PilgrimWaters scarves are handwoven and individually silk screened. They are a wearable piece of art with a single, non-repeating design. Incredibly soft, with great body and a sheer finish, they work across seasons as a shawl or accessory.

  • Materials: 100% pure merino wool
  • Care: Dry clean only
  • Rhythmic jazzy design inspired by a leafy plant with long thorns and lots of foliage
  • Melodic leaves and blooms
  • Seasonless scarf—perfect for both cool summer evenings and with layers in cooler months
  • Individually handwoven and hand silk screened in Nepal
  • Fine weave allows the color to show through both sides
  • Soft merino wool is light but warm
  • Ideal for summertime weddings
  • Made in Kathmandu, Nepal
  • Dimensions: 28" x 80"
  • Weight: 0.25 lb.

7 Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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Lovely scarf


The scarf lives up to all expectations - color, fabric, softness and design - all create a wonderful experience


Beautiful look


This was a stunning scarf. Love the color combinations! A definite favorite to brighten up winter!




Expensive but worth it. The color is one that will go with many colors and the pattern is subtle and exquisite. Definitely a scarf/shawl I'll wear for years.More > < Less




It's a beautiful scarf! The tones are stunning and its a great compliment to my wardrobe.


Like silk


Gorgeous! I gave it to myself for Christmas (Ohhhh--Just what I wanted ! How did you know ???). The merino wool feels more like silk than wool.More > < Less

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PilgrimWater Scarves - Superfine Merino Art Scarves

About PilgrimWaters - Scarves

Botanical Beauty

Artful accessories you can wear all year, PilgrimWaters scarves feature graphic botanical prints by award-winning artist Susy Pilgrim Waters. Susy’s background in surface design fuses art and function, and her work has graced everything from high-end housewares to a mural in the NY public library.

She commissions artisans in Kathmandu to hand weave superfine merino wool scarves and hand silkscreen one of her prints onto them. Reminiscent of a large painting or tapestry, a single, complete design takes up the finished piece.

Soft and luxe, the fabric feels like a fine, lightweight cashmere. Generously sized, the scarves can even be draped over the shoulders as a wrap. And their slight sheerness pleasantly lets the print show through on both sides.

Each scarf features Susy’s signature as part of the silk screened pattern. It’s a fitting detail for a wardrobe addition that’s a wearable piece of art.