Welcome to Paola Scarves. Each design is made to order. Shown here is a brand new chiffon scarf just in for sewing, Ophelia. Isn’t she lovely?

This Spring, we have new cotton scarves for those transitional times of day. Some people have been asking for natural fiber. I’ve made a few in 100% organic cotton gauze. Aqua Darling, The Blues, and Caroline- now in stock and ready to ship within two weeks. Contact me and I’ll get one sewn for you!

Caroline in Cotton Gauze

I design each unique scarf from images taken in my gardens. Fabric is printed in North Carolina. I wash, sew and press them and they’re ready for you! The scarves are printed on 100% polyester chiffon or 100% organic cotton -permanent, washable and eco-friendly. Chiffon and cotton gauze scarves finish to approximately 18” x 72” inches long. Our new, heavy cotton infinity scarves are 72″ in length but are double- sided and finish to a comfortable 9″ wide.

Paola scarves are handmade for you. Turnaround from date of order is 4-6 weeks to your door. I’ve sewn some scarves ahead to shorten up your wait time. Text me to order at 203-206-5819 and you can get them in two weeks if they’re in stock. Below are the chiffon designs available for order. You can see larger images of the chiffons below the heavy cotton Infinity scarves.

chiffon scarf designs
Spring Into Summer Chiffon 2020
Cotton Infinity Scarves- Winter 2019

Chiffon scarves are $48.00 plus shipping. The new 6 oz. all cotton infinity scarf is $52.00 plus shipping. I accept all major credit cards or Paypal. To place a custom order, just text me (203-206-5819) the scarf you’d like to order.  I’ll email you an invoice that links to a secure site to enter your card information. I also accept Paypal. The system is efficient and will save you money. Each order is shipped direct to you in under 4 weeks. Shipping is USPS Priority, insured, $8.00 each. Sales tax (6.35%) is added only for Connecticut residents. Please contact me for information on overseas delivery.

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