This is a handcrafted leather shawl cuff cut from smooth imported Italian leather. Use this in place of a shawl pin to keep your shawl, cowl, or scarf in place. Adds a touch of complimentary color to show off your hand knit yarn shawl. Edges are beveled, polished and waxed so they will not snag on yarn fibers. The rounded and polished corners results in a nicer presentation. Makes a great gift for friends, family, yourself, or a yarn-lover that you know.
- Smooth Italian Leather
- Holly Green Color
- Rounded Corners
- Waxed Edges
- 3x Lengths Available
- 100% Solid Brass Japanese Snaps
- 1 Inch Wide
6.5in (small) - Works well with yarn weights: lace, superfine, and fine. Ideal for fingering weight, sock, baby, sport, and other fine weight and superfine weight yarns.
7.5in (regular) - Works well with most yarn weights, including: light, medium, and bulky. Ideal for double knit (DK), 8ply, 10ply, light worsted, worsted, aran, afghan, chunky, craft, rug, and other light, medium, or bulky yarns. When in doubt, this is the best size to start with.
9in (large) - Works well with yarn weights: super bulky and jumbo. Ideal for super bulky, super chunky, jumbo, roving, ultra weight yarns, or if you are wrapping multiple layers of a medium weight.
Well made and beautifully finished. The espresso colour is a perfect dark neutral and goes with everything. The size guide is also spot on and small is the perfect size for sports weight shawls.
Was talking with a knitting sister-in-law about wearing shawls. I have pins but they move. Hate to just knot the shawls. SIL sounded intrigued so I went ahead and bought her two and it will be her Christmas present. For once I started early! BTW, they shipped and arrived quickly!
This is a lovely cuff. All the edges are smooth so they won't catch on fine yarn.
I have used shawl pins but these are great for keeping my shawl in place. Bought the smaller size for fingering weight scarves and the regular for larger shawls. Great idea and nice workmanship!
Lovely & well made. Exactly what I wanted for my shawls.