These neck cooling wraps really work! Great for use when working or playing outside, in a hot kitchen, of it you're my age.... during a hot flash. My dog loves his. Just tie loosely around your neck, as in the photos.
My husband loves his when he fishes. He hydrates it and keeps in the fridge in an open bowl -- throws it in his cooler as he packs his gear.
DO NOT PUT IN FREEZER! Don't store in a closed container or baggie. Leave it open -- mold loves wet, closed containers. It will get very chilled just soaking in cold water, even more chilled in the fridge.
Great gift for anyone that works outside. I have many occupation themed fabrics, including the postal themed one show. Convo for customs.
The cooling agent are non toxic (do not eat!) water pearls. They absorb a lot of water, in fact 1# is supposed to hold 50 gallons of water. Your necktie has less than a teaspoon full. (no its not heavy!)
Depending on when I made them, your pearls will come somewhat activated already. The reason for this is I create the tie while the pearls are fully hydrated. This is to assure there are just the right amount of pearls in the scarf. Some sellers don't do this extra step and the wraps are too full when hydrated. When hydrated they are literally bursting at the seams.
To fully activate, just soak again in water. Re-soak as needed. Reusable! Hang to dry. May be hand washed-- I like to work quickly, so I can get a good rinse.
My ties only have the pearls in the neck area, the tie ends do not. There are 3 compartments of pearls. This helps keep them distributed. Scarves are about 40" in length, and about half of that has pearls. The ties are about 10.5" long. This can vary depending on width of fabric
I have created a section called "tiny treasures". These are small inexpensive items. Check all when shopping, as I do free shipping when you buy $35. If you're like me, I'd rather spend $7 on an item and get something more than intangible postage.
Made in true etsy spirit, I bring the fabric home to my smoke and cat free home, cut and sew. I love customs please convo
Final sale... but if you have a problem with your order, please convo
Shipping from United States
3-5 business days
Customs and import taxes
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
Returns & Exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
Just contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 30 days of delivery
I don't accept cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
- Custom or personalized orders
- Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
Conditions of return
Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
Frequently Asked Questions
I am very open to wholesale opportunities. I used to be an independent manufacturers rep. I know how wholesale works and how to support a buyer
Custom and personalized orders
Please check your personalization! If I make a mistake I will redo pronto. If you have made an error, I will remake pronto at 50% discount as a courtesy.
I love custom!
My proudest reviews are when customers use my tools to create a OOAK gift. No question or request will go unanswered.
Custom and personalized orders
I love customs! I will never share your photo, but in purchasing from my shop gives me permission to share my own photos.
Tracking an order.
Carrabelle is not responsible for errors made by the United States Post Office. I promise to ship within stated lead time. However, if your item is delayed past an "estimated arrival date" we apologize, but that is something that is outside of our control and recommend that you file a complaint with the USPS.
Tell me about osnaburg
I love using osnaburg fabric. Its a natural heavily woven cotton. It has a nice texture that many compare to linen or burlap. Many of my designs are very dense, and it takes the stitches better than a flat fabric. Sometimes there is a random thread that doesn't take the color or bleach.Just like you'd see in linen or burlap. There aren't a lot of them, sometimes we won't see one in a project, other times you'll get one or two. They are super small, visualize a single thread woven in about an inch of the fabric. The fabric may also have a slub, this is not a snag, with a hole as if you snagged a sweater. Nature doesn't create cotton uniformly and most embrace the organic look. Neither are flaws.