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Knit Throw Blanket

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Knit Throw Blanket

220.00

Wool/Cotton Blanket

In collaboration with Textile Hive, we bring you this throw blanket inspired by an antique yukata fabric from their collection. Together we hand selected the oh-so-soft and brilliant yarns that make this the blanket you’ll want to keep within easy reach all year ‘round. We partnered with a small knitting mill in New York to produce this limited run. We like to use this as our picnic and beach blanket with it’s soft touch and durability.

“Textile Hive was founded to engage and preserve the rich history, intricate techniques, and stunning visual beauty of the Andrea Aranow Textile Design Collection. Comprised of over 40,000 textiles spanning fifty countries, Textile Hive enables a wider conversation around textiles globally through immersive physical and digital experiences.”

Read more about our collaborative process here.

Throw Blanket Details

  • 50" by 60"

  • 55% Merino Wool, 20% Cotton (Better Cotton Initiative), 25% Nylon

  • Handmade in USA (Knit in New York)

Hand wash in cool water. Lay flat to dry.

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A portion of the original japanese yukata that inspired the graphic.

A portion of the original japanese yukata that inspired the graphic.

Coloring in pixels, designing for jaquard knitting process.

Coloring in pixels, designing for jaquard knitting process.