"Catching Light", British Columbia - Clare Hodgetts – InFocus Canada
"Catching Light", British Columbia - Clare Hodgetts
"Catching Light", British Columbia - Clare Hodgetts

"Catching Light", British Columbia - Clare Hodgetts

2 reviews
Regular price $71.00
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Size: 220cm x 71cm (86.6in x 28in)

This limited edition scarf depicts a winter's walk down to the ocean's edge. Our fearless photographer characteristically was on her way to surf and stops to catch some amazing light playing amongst the trees.

The scarves are produced from 100% recycled plastic and divert 3 bottles from the waste stream. Only 65 scarves have been produced in this print. All scarves are developed and manufactured employing the highest ethical production standards.

10% of the sale price of every scarf sold online is donated to charity. 

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4.5 Based on 2 Reviews
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04/12/2021
Emily S.
United States United States
Not quite like the picture

It's a nice scarf, large enough to drape in several ways around your head or shoulders. The fabric is very light and soft, but clearly not silk, it feels man-made. The pattern is nice but it doesn't really match the photo, it's more muted and subdued. For the cost, I'm not sure its value is equal, despite the donation to natural causes.

04/12/2021
InFocus Canada

Hi Emily - thank you for your feedback. We're sorry to hear you're not 100% happy with your scarf. You're right that the scarves aren't silk, they're made entirely from post-consumer recycled plastic bottles. They are soft and flowy, and become even softer if you put them in the dryer with a softener sheet. Please let us know if there's anything we can do to help make your experience better. All the best, Clare

JW
03/30/2021
Joan W.
Canada Canada
Beautiful

I bought this scarf as a gift and had it sent directly to my friend in Toronto. She called to say how much she loved it, that it was beautiful and what a good idea to donate some of the proceeds to a charity.