'North' Scarf is made with 50% slaughter-free yarn from Wensleydale sheep, and 50% sustainably sourced British alpaca from a traceable smallholding in Devon. You can read more about my yarn suppliers on my Ethical Knitwear page and on the blog.
The Wensleydale yarn is dyed organically to GOTS in Yorkshire, and the ecru and charcoal are the undyed natural shades from alpaca.
An FSC certified walnut wood ‘Suzanna James’ tag is hand stitched to the bottom corner of the scarf.
Programmed stitch by stitch and knitted using a digital knitting machine in Devon.
all products will be sent with Royal Mail, and shipping options are available at the checkout. You will be notified of the tracking number at the time of shipping, for worldwide shipping please request a quote by using the contact form
yarn qualities and colours
Every Suzanna James Knitwear product is made from natural materials and the details of the yarns are provided in the product description above, with additional detail provided on the ethical knitwear page and within our recent blog post, please be aware that slight variations in colours may occur due to the nature of organic and natural dyes, and differences in screen quality
At Suzanna James Knitwear the quality of our work is our highest priority, from start to finish in sourcing our materials ethically to packaging and posting an order we seek the best.
In the unlikely event that you do have a concern about your order please contact us within 7 days of receiving your order and we will endeavour to resolve the issue as soon as possible.