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Tsutsu Snood / Warm Winter Mohair Baby-babies

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color — Yellow
Size & Weight

Size: W 30cm x H 60cm (free size)


Country of origin: Japan (Gosen, Niigata)
Material55% acrylic, 25% nylon, 20% mohair


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    This snood is crafted from rectangular knit fabric in a tubular shape. Unlike a scarf, this design is easy to use and remains securely on the neck without slipping off. When worn as a scarf, it can be wrapped in one or two layers.

    When wrapped in two layers, the length of the snood fits snugly around the neck. This item is knit with a low gauge using long, woolly moheya yarn. The ribbed fabric pattern is large, giving it a wintry appearance.

    Through delicate and detailed handiwork, we've created an easy-to-use snood with no seam allowance, ensuring a seamless and comfortable fit without any unpleasant ruffling.

    Handling Precautions:

    • For washing, please opt for dry cleaning at a professional dry cleaner.
    • If you notice pilling, avoid pulling forcefully; instead, carefully trim each pill with small scissors or use a pilling remover to prevent damage to the knitted fabric.
    • Hand-plucking may lead to hair pilling and loss of texture.