Tartan plaid throws are so fashionable so why not add a bit of natural, dye-free plaid to your living space with these light, cozy and soft, pure baby alpaca throws? This woven pattern plays out over the entire piece, with rich natural hues of alpaca and edged with 3 inches of hand rolled fringe. Exceptionally lightweight yet remarkably warm, with natural thermal regulation, it is an ideal throw for every month of the year - offering an extra layer of warmth for the colder months and breathable comfort for the warmer ones.
We love the soft woven pattern and the beautiful natural colors found in this snuggly blanket - it's what dreams are made of. Our classic throws not only enhance the style and feel of a room, but effortlessly add luxury and comfort to any space. Exceptionally durable, this 4-Season throw is perfect for everyday use.
Note: Alpaca wool is naturally hypoallergenic, so this throw is ideal for those with allergies or sensitive skin.
- MEASUREMENTS: 72.44”L x 51”W (6' X 4.25') with 3" hand twisted fringe
- MATERIALS: 100% Baby Alpaca fiber - Natural & Dye Free
- COLORS: To view each throw in its unique natural color palate please click on swatches. Colors not showing have sold out.
- FEATURES: Colorfast, Lightweight, Temperature & Moisture-regulating, naturally Flame-resistant & Antimicrobial
- ORIGIN: Handmade in Peru
Care - Due to the unique composition of alpaca, it does not hold dust, moisture or odor, therefore it retains its freshness, needing minimal cleaning. Never wash your alpaca throws - the spinning motion of a washing machine will destroy the intricate hand loomed weave. Absorb any liquid spills with paper towels or a clean cloth. Dry cleaning is the best option for removing stains or occasional cleaning.
For more information Alpaca Throw Blankets, please visit our BLOG post Alpaca Blanket & Throw Buyers Guide.
All our products are certified by the International Alpaca Association (IAA) for authenticity and content. This product is certified authentic by the IAA to protect consumers from counterfeits in the marketplace. Look for the IAA tag on alpaca goods you purchase from any retailer.