'Athabasca' Recycled Wool Blanket (Only 1 Left!)
Named after the longest and most iconic river in Alberta, the Athabasca River is a historic waterway for First Nations people and the fur trade. The Sekani, Shuswap, Kootenay, Salish, Stoney and Creek tribes hunted and fished for generations along this beautiful and wild waterway.
The Athabasca is a classic beauty that doesn't mess around. Big, beautiful and bright, this wool babe is absolutely gorgeous. This blanket is SUPER soft and cozy. Perfect for chilly mornings on the patio, snugging up with your sweetheart and every moment in between.
This GORGEOUS fabric is ethically sourced from Italy and is cut and sewn in Anupaya's studio in Ontario, Canada. Made from recycled wool and recycled polyester. 6ft x 5ft. They're big!
Dry clean or wash cool, hang or lay flat to dry.
Through their 'One Pound Promise' Anupaya commits to taking care of our wild spaces by removing one pound of waste for every product sold.