These recycled wool blend blankets are SUPER soft and cozy.
Fabric is ethically sourced from Italy and cut and sewn in Ontario Canada.
60% recycled wool and 40% poly.
5ft x 6ft (they're big!!)
At Anupaya we are so deeply humbled by and grateful for our wild spaces, we feel it is our duty and privilege to protect and preserve them.
We believe in using business as a powerful tool for change and are committed to making dollars make sense. At Anupaya we aim to inspire and support environmental stewardship and out of reverence for Mother Nature, leave our wild spaces in better shape than we found them - one incredible product at a time.
In short, we created this brand to use authentic and courageous storytelling, community activism, environmental stewardship, conscious consumerism and damn fine goods as a powerful, measurable and tangible way to create positive change in the world.
100% accountability, 100% transparency and 100% higher purpose.
New Blanket Collection: Clay, Moss, Maple, Marigold, Stone, Alabaster, Shoreline, Seaside
100% recycled fibres.
Using 70% recycled wool and 30% recycled manmade fibres, like old water bottles or polyester shirts that would otherwise end up in a landfill, our manufacturing partner starts production by sorting recycled fibres by colour and stripping them down to bare fibres. These are then mixed with recycled wool fibres and spun into the new repurposed yarn use to form our beautiful blankets.
While most wool shrinks or pills in the wash, the combination of synthetic fibres allows the twill weave to be dense enough for machine washing without it affecting shape or softness.
These blankets are smooth and durable.
Warm, hypoallergenic, breathable and sustainable.
Wool is sourced and woven in India (which is a country with a MASSIVE recycled textile industry) and our partners also employ a large, primarily female workforce to hand finish the fringing on our blankets. Not because it’s faster or better, but because it supports a community in need of work.
4.75ft x 6.25ft. Machine wash on Wool Cycle, Lay Flat to Dry.