Oatmeal Neck Cuff
Made from 100% British Blue Faced Leicester wool sourced from a family run mill in Yorkshire. This natural dyed super chunky yarn is ethical, sustainable, cosy and extremely warm. Why Choose Wool? Head over to the blog to discover why we are championing The Campaign for Wool.
Available in one size, hand sitched in place avoiding incorrect styling, you cannot go wrong with this luxury chunky knit scarf which is beautifully finished with a cork leather tag displaying our iconic logo. Ideal for both men and women.
Available in Oatmeal, Grey or Cream. Arriving in an environmentally friendly branded jute sack.
10% from the sale of this scarf will be donated to the mental health charity MIND as part of our commitment towards helping combat isolation, loneliness and depression amongst the elderly living within rural communities. Discover why we donate.
There is a flat rate charge of £2.80 for orders between £9-£50.
Free postage on orders over £50 within the UK. Free collection available.
Whilst every effort is made to ensure a true colour likeness some images may appear different depending on the device you are using to view the website this is due to the many variations in monitors and browsers, color samples may appear different on different monitors.
Therefore, Hurd & Co does not guarantee that what you see accurately portrays the color of the actual garment. You are welcome to order a sample prior to placing an order.
Refunds will not be permitted based on a dislike of colour.
Please familiarise yourself with out Refund and Returns Policy
WE DO NOT OFFER REFUNDS OR RETURNS FOR UNWANTED GOODS.
Each garment is carefully handmade and therefore it is difficult to reproduce identical items, small differences in yarn thickness and tension may occur. Please allow 3-5 days dispatch due to items being made to order.
We buy our wool in the form of an unspun hank, chunky yarn by nature has fly aways you may find that occasionally you may wish to carefully trim these.
On large garments, blankets or cushions you may find small knots attaching pieces of yarn together, this is normal due to the joining of yarn.