Oats & Rice

Autumn
Collection

Cashmere Accessories and Our Ethos

Is there anything more cozy than a soft cashmere scarf on a cold day? With more than a hundred designs, all made from premium cashmere yarn, sourced from the plateaus of Inner Mongolia, you can soon find out! Our patterns are subtle and unique, the quality is second to none and there is plenty to choose from.

Sustainability and low-carbon footprint and ethical business model are at the core of Oats & Rice. We proudly follow the principles of animal welfare, and also take our packaging to the next level by using 100% biodegradable materials.

Early Autumn Picks

  • Classic Plain Cashmere Scarf Latte

    £115.00 Add to basket
  • Twill Gingham Cashmere Scarf Latte

    £185.00 Add to basket
  • Mustard Brim Cashmere Scarf

    £215.00 Add to basket
  • Two-Tone Lattice Knitted Cashmere Wrap

    £215.00 Add to basket

Handmade Tibetan Rugs

In the remote parts of Lhasa in Tibet, there is a weaving studio dedicated to making astonishing rugs from highland wool. We travelled there, observed the whole process, and were truly amazed. The pure poetry of two weavers making a rug, their hands moving swiftly in a harmonious synchrony.

The result was a masterpiece, identical on both sides, no machine we know could match. These rugs pass on what we rarely see nowadays, the spirit of true craftsmanship. The 10 unique designs we source from that studio represent the mystical Tibetan life seen through children eyes. Each a unique story, precisely and skillfully translated into stunning textile art.

Wonderful Tibetan Designs

  • Farm Life

    £3,200.00 Add to basket
  • Gyalthang in Kham

    £3,200.00 Add to basket
  • Nomads on Namtso

    £3,200.00 Add to basket
  • Trekkers from Afar

    £3,200.00 Add to basket

Recycle Your Old Cashmere

The almost worn out woollen socks, the cashmere beanie gifted by someone that is just not your cup of tea, we all have textile items that we probably would never use. Why not give them a chance and recycle into something you actually like? Recycle these unwanted yarns, give them a new colour with natural dye or spin a few different yarns together to form a new texture. You can use them to weave, knit or crochet. Make a rug, new bag or even comfy slippers. We are working with various textile artists to create beautiful patterns for promoting sustainable textile. Stay tuned for more and subscribe to our social media channels to be the first to know!