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Handwoven Scarves

Organic Merino Scarf

$85.00

Each scarf is a unique and individual design, woven in various natural shades of cream, light grey, dark grey, dark brown and cream/brown mottled. Depth of colour to meet customer's request.

This silky smooth organic merino yarn is sourced from Treliske Organics, Moa Flat Central Otago.

Measures about 1.8 m long, inlcuding a finely knotted fringe, and 11 to 12 cm wide.

Price: $85.00

Silk with Kid Mohair (Cashmere) and Fine Merino

$85.00

The Champagne of scarves !

Handwoven from a blend of about one third each silk, cashmere (kid mohair) and merino, each scarf has a unique variable colour shading to make it a stand-out success item!

Wide range of colour mixes. A very exciting accessory.

Measures about 1.8m long,including a finely knotted fringe and width about 10 to 11cm

Price: $85.00
Please give an indication of the colours you would like

Handwoven Striped Scarf

$75.00

Each scarf is a unique design and colour mix. Usually vibrant colours mixing merino with silk, angora, possum or kid mohair.

A wonderful fashion item that you will just love to wear - even when the weather doesn't qualify as an excuse!

Measures about 1.8m long, including a finelyknotted fringe and width about
10 to 11 cm.

Price: $75.00
Please give an indication of the colours you would like

Inexpensive Delivery!

Just $7 NZ wide and $13 worldwide! McAuslin Merino Lace produces fine lace scarves, wraps and shawls, knitted and handwoven scarves for local or international buyers - all sent by affordable airmail. The Perfect Gift !

Design your own

Our designer knitwear products are individually hand-crafted by a team of wheel.gifexperienced and talented New Zealand merino lace knitters and weavers. Colours and styles made to order.

The McAuslin Story

See the story of the label McAuslin Merino Lace, dating back to it's roots as crofters in the Lock Lomond area of Scotland.