Scarf junkies check out Ahilya scarves! Besides looking pretty rad, the fibers for Ahilya scarves come from the under-fleece of the changhthangi goat. The changhthangi goats roam freely through the Himalayan mountains, this requires the warmth of one of the softest fibres. The throats and underbellies of the goats are hand combed in the spring. The fine hair is then hand spun, hand woven and hand dyed. The finishing touch – artisans add precious metal and Chantilly lace, producing a work of art. Anyway, lots of work goes into these scarves, which probably feel like heaven on your neck and keep you warm. Besides you can’t be artsy fartsy without a nice scarf!