No. 551

Dada Direction scarf

$ 355incl. all taxes and duties

  • 75% Merino wool
  • 25% Silk

The Dada direction scarf is knitted on an especially wide knitting machine and in the other direction than what’s usual, which makes it a bit extra soft and pliable. It is a bold that will make a statement, wether worn as a wrap-around on a dress, or tied around your neck on a winter coat. Comes in two color ways


The Norwegian word for linking is ‘kettling’, although this is originally a German word meaning ‘chain together’. On the round linking machines, linkers attach the front and back sections of the garment together at the shoulders. They patiently thread each individual stitch onto each needle, ensuring that once the first section is on, the corresponding stitch for the second section meets it. The machine then ‘links’ these together with a chain stitch. The same process applies to the trims down the front of the garment and around the neckline.

Our ambition is to produce some of the most beautiful clothes in the world, by focusing on high quality and excellent design. This requires advanced techniques, lots of handwork and the most skilled people.