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  • Extra Large Throw in 100% Wool - Hex Check - English Mustard (150x240cm)

    English Mustard

    This beautiful 100% virgin wool blanket by Tweedmill is woven in a gorgeous classic check in mustard and vintage beige. The Hex Check adds warmth and cosy comfort to any bedroom. Expert weavers use traditional techniques to create an intricate weave using natural pure new wool yarn. The English mustard tones perfectly compliment the warm vintage beige base - which is finished with fringed tassel detailing. 

    It's extra large so perfect as a bedspread or styled on a sofa. 

    Also available in Olive Green - listed separately.

    Size: 150 x 240 cm  
    Approx. GSM: 400


    Brand: Tweedmill
    Designed in: Wales
    Origin of Fibre: New Zealand
    Country of manufacture: Wales
    Fabric structure: 100% virgin wool
    100% Biodegradable: Yes
    Machine Washable: Yes - cold wool wash only- see care label on product (see our guide to washing wool)

    Care: Handwash recommended - lukewarm water with wool shampoo. Airing does wool wonders, gentle handwash when required in tepid water, press moisture out in a towel, reshape and dry flat. See our Wool Care section for wool stain removers and no-rinse eco wool wash Eucalan

    Note on using machine wash: Wool washing programmes of washing machines vary massively, therefore we can not grant warranty for any damages. If you do choose to use your wool washing machine cycle always use cold. If you choose to wash at 30 degrees the machine will still rinse with cold water and this shock to the fibres can cause the wool to shrink.