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Blanket in Recycled Wool - Bannockbane Silver Tartan

€69,00

Bannockbane Silver is woven with a mixture of cool greys and blues with a soft beige used to highlight the pattern. A traditional tartan with a modern twist. Woven from 70% Recycled Wool and 30% fibres saved from landfill, our Recycled Wool blankets are our best seller. Their tight weave...

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Bannockbane Silver is woven with a mixture of cool greys and blues with a soft beige used to highlight the pattern.

A traditional tartan with a modern twist. Woven from 70% Recycled Wool and 30% fibres saved from landfill, our Recycled Wool blankets are our best seller. Their tight weave makes them warm and durable, making them a perfect colsie companion for camping, picnic or for curling up with your favourite book and a cuppa.

Material 70% recycled wool, 30% mixed fibres from material that would otherwise end up in landfills

Size: 150cm x 190cm, including fringing

Fringing measures approx. 8cm at each end

Can be carefully machine washed

Our recycled wool blankets contain pre-loved fibres that may differ slightly in colour and design.

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