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Loose Weave Cotton Blanket

You’ll love it because: This super soft blanket is made of two layers for extra warmth. Perfect for reading by the fire or watching your favourite TV show!

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This eco-friendly, all natural cotton blanket is actually two blankets combined into one! The loose weave makes this blanket super soft and comfy. The beautiful subtle colors were obtained through natural dyes; mostly indigo (blue), sapaan (pink) and rosewood (brown). Both sides feature the same stripes or checkered patterns.

The double thickness means that it’s extra warm, while the natural handspun cotton keeps getting softer with age. A collaboration through our Village Weavers Project and our team at the Living Crafts Centre, this blanket is a must-have for cold winter nights.

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Color

Beige, Blue, Dark Brown, Light Brown, Pink, Yellow

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Made by Tai Lue
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