Mohair yarn is the warmest of all knitting threads. It also lends itself well to coloring. However, mohair products do not have to be dyed, because its natural colors are very pleasant. Mohair is hypoallergenic and does not irritate even very sensitive skin. Mohair threads are obtained from the wool of angora goats. Today we will talk about scarves knitted from this beautiful fiber.
Mohair scarves are perfect for warming in winter weather, and at the same time they look very elegant. Scarves knitted from mohair are used for warmth, and also as a good accessory that complements the image.
A knitted mohair snood scarf is a warm, cozy and at the same time beautiful element of every fashionista’s wardrobe. And also snood is very versatile, it is used as a headdress or collar. Such a scarf will suit well both a sports jacket and a strict coat or sheepskin coat. The advantage of this scarf knitted from mohair is that it is not only warm, but it also turns out to be very beautiful and airy, all this is due to the fact that the mohair thread is light in itself. Things knitted from this yarn are practically not felt on the body, and they are never hot in them. Another advantage of the mohair thread is that although it is very thin, it is difficult to break it.
Openwork mohair scarf
Openwork scarves are especially popular and become an integral part of every woman’s wardrobe. Openwork scarves made of mohair are perfect for spring weather, when you really want to undress and take off your load of warm clothes. Crocheted mohair scarves are airy and look very impressive. The most delicate and weightless are the cobweb models. Such an openwork scarf will suit an elegant dress, a stylish suit, a classic coat or an elegant dress.