Tree of Life Shamrock Aran Wool Scarf

■ 100% Merino Wool construction makes this scarf elegant to the touch and very warm, while highlighting the depth of the traditional knit patterns
■ The plaited diamond and cable knit patterns are more than a century old and originated on the rugged Aran Islands in the west of Ireland. They are thought to bring good luck to the wearers and represent the ropes and nets of fishermen
■ Three shamrocks adorn the ends of this Irish wool scarf, symbolizing the island of Ireland and St. Patrick himself
■ This chunky scarf is made with care by Saol, one of the premier manufacturers of Irish modern and traditional knitwear, as part of the new St. Patrick Collection
■ Available in traditional white/natural base with green shamrocks, deep navy with green shamrocks, or a classic Kelly green with white shamrocks
■ The scarf measures 72 x 8 inches

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This Tree of Life Aran Wool Scarf from Saol knitwear is a great way to show off your Irish pride this March and for St. Patrick’s Day. The knit patterns come from the fishermen’s sweaters of the remote Aran Islands off the west coast of Ireland and date back centuries. The interwoven cable and diamond patterns are thought to represent the ropes and nets of these fishermen and believed to bring good luck with worn. 

Doubling down on the Irish luck are the three shamrocks knit into the ends of the scarf in lovely bright contrasting colors. The shamrock is most closely associated with Ireland and St. Patrick himself, and is believed to be how he converted the island’s pagan inhabitants to Catholicism bo teaching them about the holy trinity. 

Let your Irish heritage fly! This scarf is available in classic natural, deep navy, or rich Kelly green. Pair it with the Shamrock Wool Hat to complete the St. Patrick’s Day look!