A cotton-linen blend of light purple, a lilac blanket will create a pleasant, blooming but feminine aesthetic in your bedroom while you indulge yourself in comfort. Textured waffle blankets have become a really popular choice, thanks to their high quality, casual look, long lastingness, comfort, and mostly because of the versatile usage ways.
• High-quality waffle blanket
• Dusty Lavender, lilac color
• Available in two sizes
- Queen 78x86"/200x220cm
- King 102x94"/260x240cm
• Waffle style cover with a honeycomb weave
• Made from linen (53%) and cotton (47%) blend
• Stone washed for maximum softness
• Certified linen, absent from harmful chemicals
1x waffle blanket
Dedicated to promoting slow living and sustainable sourcing, AmourLinen makes handcrafted linen home textiles & clothing. All of their natural fiber products consist of OEKO-TEX certified, 100% European flax linen which they make in-house in our Vilnius, Lithuania based studio. Their small team of seamstresses hand sew each piece and receive higher than average wages for their masterful work. Amour Linen tries to keep carbon neutrality at the forefront of their production process by minimizing waste and making each item to order. All of their products are free of harmful chemicals.
OEKO-TEX 100 Standart certified linen and cotton blend fabric (absent of harmful chemicals), cotton threads
Made from linen (53%) and cotton (47%) blend -Wash your linen bedding in cold or warm water on a gentle cycle.
-Best to dry naturally in a shady spot.
-No ironing is required and we recommend not using a dryer. However, if it is a must, use a tumble dryer on a low setting (cannot be hot).
-Do not dry clean as it weakens the fiber.
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