The Mari Lwyd is a Welsh midwinter tradition, possibly to celebrate New Year.. It is a form of visiting wassail, a luck-bringing ritual in which the participants accompany a person disguised as a horse from house to house (including pubs) and sing at each door in the hope of gaining admittance and being rewarded with food and drink.
Here the Mari Lwyd meets a group of foxes in this unusual scarf which combines natural dye prints, turned digital with blind drawings.
100% silk with hand rolled edge, this design comes in 3 sizes: Listed here as size SMALL 50cm x 50cm this scarf makes the perfect neckerchief or large pocket square.
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A continuation of my Graduate project, Wilful North explores ideas of tradition and British Folklore in a modern context to create quirky and unusual silk scarves for all occasions,
High quality and luxury form an integral part of the brand, each item is handmade in Bolton and digital printed in Scotland using high quality silk.
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