This cosy scarf is named after bunting, a worsted woollen fabric developed in the turn of the 17th century.
The texture of this beanie is a reminder of those dainty little holes that cover the surface of your breakfast crumpet.
Otto & Spikes' number 1 knitting machine technician has wool flowing through his veins. His family originates from a small town in Italy which is honoured through this scarf; Taranta Peligna.
Slip a scarf on. Go on slip it around your neck. It will make the world of difference.
This warm and toasty scarf is reminiscent of signal flags used by navy ships to communicate with one another.
Here we have a delicious Angora/wool poncho to envelop your body in a warm fluffy puff on those cold wintery days.
Inspired by the fragility of the common Rabbit's diet, this luscious warm scarf asks the questions: Can rabbits eat honey?
Slip a beanie on. Go on slip it on your head. It will make the world of difference.