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Peruvian Alpaca Blanket

Nomadic Thread Society

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Peruvian Alpaca Blanket

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Product Information

Made of:

alpaca wool

Size:

50" x 59"

Color:

multi

Care:

Hand-wash only.

Why We Love This

This stunning alpaca blanket was handwoven in Peru. Super soft and cozy, you'll want to wrap yourself up in it all year long.

While traveling through India, Sri Lanka, and Thailand, stylist Nicole Gulotta became enamored of the vibrant traditional textiles produced by artisans in those countries. She now imports these fabrics to New York, where she and her team craft them into the distinctive blankets, towels, wall hangings, and sarongs offered here. No more than a few of any one style are made, and many are one of a kind.

Why We Love This

This stunning alpaca blanket was handwoven in Peru. Super soft and cozy, you'll want to wrap yourself up in it all year long.

While traveling through India, Sri Lanka, and Thailand, stylist Nicole Gulotta became enamored of the vibrant traditional textiles produced by artisans in those countries. She now imports these fabrics to New York, where she and her team craft them into the distinctive blankets, towels, wall hangings, and sarongs offered here. No more than a few of any one style are made, and many are one of a kind.