Short, compact scarf scarf, woven by hand on a multi-purpose loom. Interesting jacquard pattern, different on both sides. At the heart of the Tussah wild silk thread, wild silk is combed from the cocoon of an oak (or wild) silkworm. It is the most natural of all types of silk, as well as the most "humane" method of production-cocoons are used after the silkworm butterfly left it.
In duck Merino with a drop of mulberry silk, interesting yarn sectional dyeing. The scarf is a little itchy, warm.