This particular scarf is from LinenWorld8 on Etsy. I previously bought a couple of scarves there, which I reviewed earlier. I choose a dark orange one because it is a color easily obtained with madder and the item I received well represents the color shown on the site. It retailed for $23, and in my opinion, is well worth the cost. It is 24"X74", which makes it a great width for my Viking Age veils. With one scarf I could cut down the cloth and make a veil (24"X36") as well as a scarf and cap). This is not quite long enough for me to tie up as a Slavic headdress, but I might asked the shop if they can craft these at this width, with some extra length as I think it would work well at Pennsic.
The edges for this one are completely unfinished (which I knew when I chose it, as it was shown in the photos). I will either pull a few more weft threads out and tie off fringes, or more likely, just hem the item for use.
To compare this item to the linen scarves I previously purchased from this vendor, I have to say that this one, unlike the others, has an incredible drape, and is quite soft (even more soft than the burgundy one that is very similar to it).
The only gripe I even have is that in the initial add for the item it is mislabled as being twill. I could see in the photos that it was tabby weave, so I purchased it (I need tabby for a Viking Age headcovering like this). In all, I will absolutely be purchasing more items from this vendor!