These handwoven throws are incredibly soft and lightweight with fabulous drape. They feature wool from three Solano County sheep farmers. The warp (lengthwise yarn) is natural white wool from the Anderson Ranch's Rambouillet/Polypay/Corriedale blend sheep. I selected and skirted each fleece on shearing day and the wool was carded and spun at Mountain Meadow Wool Mill in Wyoming. Each blanket was woven with a different pattern and/or weft yarn. Each pattern is different on each side, some strikingly so. The blankets are perfect for curling up on the couch on a cold night or as an extra blanket on your side of the bed. I have one in each place.
To read about the ranches where this wool is grown click these links: Anderson Ranch Timm Ranch Meridian Jacobs
1009-1 Gray weft is a blend of my black and white Jacob wool and the Timm Ranch's white wool; 37" x 52.5" plus a 2" fringe.
1009-2 Gray weft is a blend of my black and white Jacob wool and the Timm Ranch's white wool; 39" x 54" plus 3" fringe.
1009-3 This all white blanket is woven with the same yarn in warp and weft; 36" x 53" plus 1.5" fringe.
1009-5 Another all white blanket, woven with the same yarn in warp and weft; 37" x 53" plus 2" fringe.
This wool is all natural and has not been treated for regular machine washing and drying. However, you can easily wash wool blankets at home. Read how at this link