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Book Themed Infinity Scarf

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Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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My wife loves it

2/13/2019 by Gregory

My wife, a librarian and life-long Jane Austen fan was thrilled by the scarf.


Unique Scarf

2/13/2019 by Randy

Beautiful idea to put excerpts of our favorite books on a scarf!


Loved it

2/1/2019 by Ann

I bought two. My daughter and I both love them. They and soft, comfortable and keep me warm. And I love the stories!


Love it!

1/15/2019 by SANDEE

Just loved it.



1/4/2019 by patricia

I purchased 2 of the theme scarfs for Christmas presents
Very unique idea. Both people loved them.
I love uniqueness



1/4/2019 by Gretchen

the perfect gift for my intellectual teen, she loved it!!



1/2/2019 by beth

I would love to purchase several scarves as soon as “ To Kill A Mockingbird” becomes available. For all the women and grandkids in my life. (Hint, Hint!)


Storiarts Infinity Scarf

1/2/2019 by Crystal

These scarves are simply beautiful and the quality is excellent. I bought 3 of them as gifts for my book lover friends and they absolutely loved them.


Quality Creative Scarf

12/31/2018 by Patricia W

I am pleased with the creativity as well as the quality of this scarf. It makes an excellent gift for book lovers.


Beautiful scarf!

12/30/2018 by Susan

This was a Christmas gift for my daught-in-law and I couldn't have been more excited to give it to her. I expected the material to be quite thin, but it was substantial and flawlessly printed. Loved all of the prose you have to choose from!

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Mr. Darcy will keep you warm.

Wearable Words

Maker Tori Tissell made her first literary scarf with a Pride and Prejudice theme as a gift. The scarf was such a hit, handcrafting them soon became Tori’s full-time job.

Tori and her husband Chris created STORIARTS to celebrate some of literature’s most beloved works, like Anne of Green Gables, Jane Eyre, and The Wizard of Oz, by making them wearable. The infinity scarves are warm and soft—because, of course, a bookish scarf has to be cozy—and are made in Oregon.

Tori handpicks her favorite part from each book or poem and pairs it with a thematic color, like black for The Raven. Text and
illustrations are heat-set screen printed to prevent fading. At first glance, it might look like any type of print, but closer inspection reveals the words that make it so special. Each scarf gives back to literacy programs, making it an even more meaningful piece for book lovers. Read More Read Less