A uniquely STARtorialist design!
Wrap yourself in the depths of space with a woven cotton infinity scarf in our updated design! The fabric is a real space image of the star-forming region Westerlund 2 in Carina from Hubble's 25th anniversary image release. Glowing gases, dark dust, and radiant stars are represented in rich Earth-tone colors and rendered on tapestry-like weave to bring the cosmos to your closet to keep you spaced out all winter long. The new narrower width is even more wearable, and a single twist make this a true infinity scarf, Möbius-style!
Scarf is 100% cotton and measures 34 inches long (folded in half) by 8 inches wide. Be extra careful with jewelry and other items that may snag the fabric. Machine wash cold, tumble dry low. Image placement may vary from scarves shown in the photos. Woven in North Carolina and sewn in Maryland, USA.
More from this designer: ydskai
Learn more about: Nebula, Star Formation, Hubble Space Telescope
Some photos show a previous version of the scarf. Photos with brick wall background courtesy ydskai founder Julian McFarlane (brick background), customer photos courtesy Caitlin Rose (wearing blue shirt), Caprice Phillips (wearing JWST earrings), Space Enthusiast Rich Hendricks (in the snow), Dana T. (in sunglasses), and Wellington (mini goldendoodle).
Wore my scarf for the first time today, I live in Canada and it’s -20c outside. Scarf is super warm and I love the design! I consider this an investment piece and will keep and wear it forever!
I love this scarf! I have gotten so many compliments! It’s very comfortable and great to wear on a chilly day!
This is a beautiful scarf that you can wear light or dark. It’s got a nice structure to it so you can arrange it to keep your face warm.
I have the glow in the dark infinity scarf and this scarf. This scarf is much longer, and wider, than the glow-in-the-dark scarf. It fits around my neck much better.
The material has a great texture to it - not scratchy, but textured. It hasn't been cold enough here in TX yet to wear it, but I think it'll be great.
The length and width means I can use 1 loop as a blocking wall to keep the wind down and the inner loop to keep my neck warm.
It is woven so it parses different up close rather than at arm length which is fun. It is like wearing a throw blanket, in a good way.