These woven scarves from Japanese accessories brand hobo were selling on LN-CC for around $166 this past winter season. The thing is, if you look at the tag, you can see that they were made at Amana Woolen Mills in Amana, Iowa. Part of the Americana heritage sell, I’m sure. 

Go to to Amana Woolen Mills website and you can pick up the same scarves for $17. Only difference - they have white stitching on the edge instead of black. This just means the stitching is a bit less noticeable, which I think is a good thing. 

These woven scarves from Japanese accessories brand hobo were selling on LN-CC for around $166 this past winter season. The thing is, if you look at the tag, you can see that they were made at Amana Woolen Mills in Amana, Iowa. Part of the Americana heritage sell, I’m sure. 

Go to to Amana Woolen Mills website and you can pick up the same scarves for $17. Only difference - they have white stitching on the edge instead of black. This just means the stitching is a bit less noticeable, which I think is a good thing. 

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    I bought a few of these scarves, and they are wonderful. They’re thick and rough, because they’re cut from wool...
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