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100% transhumant merino wool. Measures 130×180 cm, weight 900 grams. Measures 130×180 cm, weight 900 grams. Manufacture in Spain. Designed by Charlotte Houman.


meadow flower:Inspired by the flowers that grow the pastures of the Extremaduran meadow.

quercus: It is inspired by the leaves of the oak family (Quercus), trees found in the Extremadura meadow.

Cranes: iInspired by the cranes that pass through the pasture to rest and feed on acorns and cereal grains, during their south/north migration

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  • Handwash. It can also be washed in the machine, wool program, cold water, or Max 30 degrees. Spin in the wool program. Let dry lying on a towel.Neutral soap for wool.  Ecological if possible.

    Tips for caring for woolen garments
    Wool is a natural fiber. It is repellent to water and dirt. It is not necessary to wash it frequently, since its natural protection, lanolin, disappears with many washes. It is enough to shake and hang the garment in the open air. When you need a wash you can do it dry (does not shrink) or by hand max. 30 degrees. Let dry flat. Use neutral soap for wool, ecological, if possible. Shrinkage in the first wash 6% approx.

    To store in the most natural way, avoiding toxic products, for long periods it is recommended to put the wool product in a cloth or plastic bag sealed with 3 or 4cedar wood pellets (you can also buy them in our storea) to prevent moths from messing with the wool. The balls have to be wrapped in a light cloth so that they do not stain the wool. Bay leaves also repels moths.

    Merino wool is a natural product. Its handmade production in limited quantities means that tiny damages can be found in the fabric, such as specks of fibers of another color or some small knot. This makes it an even more special, natural and authentic product.

  • The manufacture of the blanket has taken place entirely in Spain, with the utmost respect for the environment, animals and people. The white wool comes from the transhumant flock of Merino sheep managed by the Asociación Transhumancia y Naturaleza and the brown wool comes from the flock of black Merino sheep (in danger of extinction) from the Cabello-Bravo organic farm, Siruela, Extremadura.

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