Cozy up under a luxurious blend of mohair and wool. One of the oldest textile fibers in use, mohair is made from the hair of Angora goats and used for its luster and sheen as well as durability. Its insulating properties will keep you warm in the winter and its moisture-wicking properties allow it to be used in warmer weather. You'll also appreciate the elastic and crease resistant fibers, which will keep it looking crisp even when casually tossed across the back of a chair. Made in Finland by Lapuan Kankurit, the careful craftsmanship will be apparent in use, from the way it feel to how it looks in close-up admiration. The beige blanket is neutral but far from bland, as it gradually fades in color from a rich caramel to a milky cream.
Care: Hand wash at 30 ° C - do not spin, wring, etc.
Four generations of weavers unite to create the heritage-strong brand of Lapuan Kankurit, and it is now run by Esko Hjelt and his wife Jaana. The family business began as a wool and felt boot factory in 1917 creating quality wool textiles. Today, the same heart and soul goes into the produc... More Lapuan Kankurit