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Pure Sheep's Wool Blanket- Natural Beige

Pure Sheep's Wool Blanket- Natural Beige

Regular price €140.00
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This durable and extra warm wool blanket is made of 28 - 30 μm (microns) pure virgin sheep wool. The blanket is really warm, fat, and ideal for camping but it can also be used indoors, and it will be perfect as a bed blanket.
Made of thick, raw and unbleached wool, untouched by harsh chemicals, treatments or fire retardants, the blanket weighs 5.6 lbs, with a density of 740 GSM/m2 (that means nice and thick), perfect for those cold winter nights.

The wool blanket is very warm, with pleasant ubleached & undyed natural beige colour, and is ideal for camping, picnic, travel, but it's also suitable for indoor use. It will keep you cozy wherever your adventures take you, even if that's just in front of your fireplace. Throw one in your car for emergencies or throw one on the end of your bed for those extra cold nights.

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Size 160 x 220 cm | 63" x 86"
Material Virgin Sheep Wool
Softness Classic - made of 28 - 30 μm (microns) sheep wool. The softer sensation is achieved by combing out the surface so the blanket feels soft.
Use Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, perfect for cottage, cabin, camping, survival & travel.
Design Plain weave, finished with overlock blanket stitch. Carded and Felted.
Colour Unbleached & undyed natural Beige
Weight 2.5kg | 5.6lbs - 720g/m2

Our Wool

Our sheep wool is locally sourced from a small and independent wool grower, and it is fully traceable.

From the skirting to the carding and the spinning, all is done in our mill.

The wool is not bleached with hydrogen peroxide, not chlorine treated, and not carbonised with sulphuric acid. Pure soap and hard work, that's all it is! The chosen method of processing is much heavier but it ensures high quality and is environment friendly.

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