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Handwoven south American Alpaca blanket Quilota Green 110cm X 185cm

Handwoven south American Alpaca blanket Quilota Green 110cm X 185cm

Code: 10993


W: 110cm (43.3")H: 185cm (72.8")


Handwoven south American Alpaca blanket Quilota Green  110cm x 185 cm 

Alpaca native blanket Quilotoa Green

We adore these blankets !!

Each native blanket has a special South American print with lots of color. These blankets are named after different volcanoes in Ecuador. You can use them on both sides, perfect if you get tired of one design.

The blankets are produced in small numbers. Because of that, the color, print, size and composition may sometimes differ slightly. But in general, these differences are so small that that it’s not noticeable.

Here are a few more benefits that we think you will love !

The blankets are softer than cashmere and warmer than sheep’s wool.

The blankets are hypoallergenic and unlike sheep’s wool they don’t itch or irritate the skin. They unbelievably soft.

The blankets are water and dirt repellent

The blankets are reversible

These blankets are handmade by small Ecuadorian communities where the artisans do incredible work. They are purchased for a fair price and imported without an intermediary.

These woolen plaids are also nice as a picnic blanket . Nothing is more annoying than a picnic where you have to sit on wet grass or your snacks are always in the sand. A good picnic needs a wonderfully soft picnic blanket! These blankets are not only super comfortable, they also dress things up nicely.  The colours and cool prints immediately give a summer atmosphere to outdoor sofas.

The alpaca native blankets are made of 70% alpaca wool, 20% cotton & 10% acrylic. Hand woven in Ecuador. This blend of raw materials ensures that the material is strong, warm and soft! This keeps the blankets beautiful for a long time.

These really are unique blankets and they will add a touch of South American style to any room.

The products are made in the traditional way by the indigenous Quichua people who live in the Andes and make a living from the trade of homemade merchandise.