Lapscarves date back to the 1940's - then called "lap covers". Do you recall how the early mothers of the churches took great care in ensuring that you were modest - especially if you intended to sit in the first three rows of the church? Lapscarves became the method of etiquette back in the day. In this day, the lapscarve has also become something of a fashion statement for the more elegantly dressed. It also maintains the standard of church etiquette.
Courage and Hope Collection Lapscarf
Colors: Pink and White
- Beautiful 100% cotton broadcloth , surrounded by the symbols of breast cancer awareness, trimmed in size of lace, in vibrant hot pink. 29 x 29 includes 4 inches of wide Venetian lace trim.Beautiful lapscarf for a beautiful cause!
Machine or hand wash.
Dry Flat. Press with cool iron.