Lapuan Kankurit Saaga Uni mohair blanket, smoke
Lapuan Kankurit Saaga Uni mohair blanket, smoke

Saaga Uni mohair blanket, smoke

Lapuan Kankurit

$225.60 $282.00

Lapuan Kankurit
Saaga Uni mohair blanket
$225.60 $282.00


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Description

The warm character and texture of the Saaga Uni blanket, designed by Marja Rautiainen for Lapuan Kankurit, comes from a combination of soft mohair yarn and wool. Wrap yourself in the blanket while relaxing on a sofa or napping on a bed, and add a fluffy element to the home decor with gentle colours of the blanket. Saaga Uni is made of mulesing-free South African mohair and New Zeeland wool, designed in Finland and produced in a Lithuanian sewing company.

Material
70% mohair and 30% pure new wool. Contains small amount of nylon.
Colour
Smoke
Length
170 cm
Width
130 cm
Care instructions
Hand wash at max. 30°C or dry clean

Marja Rautiainen

Marja Rautiainen is a Finnish textile designer, who is especially known for her work with the Finnish weaving company Lapuan Kankurit. The Corona wool blanket, designed by Rautiainen for Lapuan Kankurit, won the Finnish design award Muoto 2015, and her other well-known textile designs include the Paanu and Alva patterns.

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Based on 1 reviews

  • M

    Beloeil, Canada

    5

    So soft and luxurious. What a treat. My family fights over this blanket, highly reccomend it. The quality is amazing.

    146 days ago

Excellent

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