You can never have too many blankets. They are the perfect gift because they always fit, people always love them, and they also double as home décor. Perfect first home gift, perfect wedding gift, perfect moving gift, perfect birthday gift, perfect baby gift, you get the idea!
Wool is a natural fiber that’s breathable, odor-resistant, moisture-wicking, and fire-resistant. Combine all these features and wool makes the perfect fabric for a camping blanket. Another awesome thing about wool is that it’s somewhat self-cleaning.
Homes have evolved so much in the last year. Nowadays home is more than a place to sleep, people want their homes to be comfortable and functional. In my own small house, we had to get creative with our use of space once we realized there would be 3 kids doing virtual school and two parents working from home.
The ultimate camping blanket The Basotho blanket is a natural camping blanket. For over a century it has been used by the Basotho people of Lesotho in the wind swept mountains. It has kept them warm and cozy for over century and will make the perfect camping blanket for your next camping trip.
According to transcripts, the Basotho Blanket was originally gifted to King Moshoeshoe I, who ruled Lesotho from 1822–1870 by a British man known only as "Mr. Howell" in the mid to late 19th century, these blankets quickly gained enormous popularity in the Lesotho region and were used by herdsmen and royalty alike
Everyone's familiar with using a yoga mat to do yoga, but have you ever tried using a yoga blanket? You can layer one of our blankets or throws on top of your mat to add warmth and grip for your feet, you can wrap yourself up in a blanket during Savasana, or you can use it as a prop during tough poses.
Messy little hands happen so one of the most common questions we get is “how do I clean my wool blanket?” We know wool can seem like a high-maintenance fabric, but we are here to set the record straight - wool is incredibly easy to care for and only takes a little bit of extra effort to wash.
What is the difference between a blanket and a throw? We get this question a lot. You may be familiar with what a throw is, however, you may not know they have different meanings in different contexts.