Lapuan Kankurit Kuutamo throw, olive - rose
Lapuan Kankurit Kuutamo throw, olive - rose
Lapuan Kankurit Kuutamo throw, olive - rose
Lapuan Kankurit Kuutamo throw, olive - rose
Lapuan Kankurit Kuutamo throw, olive - rose

Kuutamo throw, olive - rose

Lapuan Kankurit

$142.40 $178.00

Lapuan Kankurit
Kuutamo throw
$142.40 $178.00

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The Kuutamo blanket by Lapuan Kankurit is made of a merino wool and cotton blend that feels luxurious and soft against the skin. Designed by Saara Odele, the pattern in the blanket is inspired by tropical nights in late summer when the forest filters the moon's warm light – "kuutamo" means moonlight in Finnish. The sweet blanket is perfect to warm up chilly autumn evenings but also works well as a picnic blanket on warm summer days.

The materials and accessories for the Kuutamo blanket are all from Europe, mainly Finland. The blanket is sewn in a sewing factory in Lithuania or in Finland at the own weaving mill of Lapuan Kankurit.

58% merino wool, 42% cotton
Rose, olive green, off-white
70.87 in (180 cm)
51.18 in (130 cm)
2.2 lbs (1 kg)
Care instructions
Hand wash max. 30°C or dry clean

Saara Obele

Saara Obele (b. 1984) is an illustrator and graphic designer. She studies visual communication design at Aalto University. Her work is inspired by colors, contrasts, patterns and Finnish nature with its changing seasons. 

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