Johnstons of Elgin Alpaca-Lambswool Throw Blanket - Limited Edition, Windowpane

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Overview

About Johnstons of Elgin Alpaca-Lambswool Throw Blanket - Limited Edition, Windowpane

Closeouts. Johnston of Elgin's limited edition windowpane throw blanket is made using the uniquely colored natural fibers from a specially chosen flock of alpaca -- each nurtured and grown exclusively in Oxfordshire, England.

Specs

Specs about Johnstons of Elgin Alpaca-Lambswool Throw Blanket - Limited Edition, Windowpane

  • Dimensions: 66x59"
  • Fabric: 70% alpaca, 30% lambswool
  • Care: Dry clean
  • Made in United Kingdom

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4.200000 5 Overall Rating: 4.2 Based on 5 reviews

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Reviewed by jmoore00 from mississippi on Sunday, July 7, 2013
I say a 5, my wife says a 4 due to not as soft as she was anticipating.. beautiful workmanship, large enough for 6'1". guess I just don't have sensory "SOFT" perception as well as my favorite lady. washed this one in cold water (after my pups enjoyed it, they said it was plenty soft !! ) , usin... Read More
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  • Reviewed by Bob from Maryland on Sunday, October 20, 2013
    This throw is good sized, warm, and cozy, but it sheds a lot and the fibers get everywhere. You to lint brush yourself after using this. If it weren't for the shedding, this would be 5-star
  • Reviewed by seadaugherla from Califonria on Wednesday, October 9, 2013
    I like that this blanket it a little lighter weight than the Elgin wool blankets. Its a little scratchy, but i like the colors and quality of it.
  • Reviewed by Katherine the avid veggie gardener from SF Bay Area, CA on Wednesday, October 2, 2013
    I've had a few things that are a mix of alpaca and wool, and alpaca is very soft. Last year I bought the Bothy throw (same maker) which is 50% cashmere and 50% wool, and it was so very soft and not at all itchy, so I thought I would try buying this for my husband.

    I find that this throw is not as soft as the Bothy throw. I expected the alpaca to be close in softness, and instead, it feels just the tiniest bit itchy on bare skin. I think the longer alpaca hairs stick out just a bit. That is probably not a big deal since we will be clothed while using it as a lap blanket on chilly evenings. My husband has used this the last few nights and he likes it. The colors shown are very accurate and it is a very attractive throw, fluffy and warm.
  • Reviewed by jmoore00 from mississippi on Sunday, July 7, 2013
    I say a 5, my wife says a 4 due to not as soft as she was anticipating.. beautiful workmanship, large enough for 6'1". guess I just don't have sensory "SOFT" perception as well as my favorite lady. washed this one in cold water (after my pups enjoyed it, they said it was plenty soft !! ) , using "Forever New" powder from South Dakota, and the Alpaca throw did great. just hate the smell of something dry cleaned.
  • Reviewed by Rancher from Kansas on Tuesday, July 2, 2013
    As good as advertised, great value.

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About Johnstons of Elgin

The inherent luxury of pure Scottish cashmere is borne out in every garment that arrives from the legendary mills of Johnstons of Elgin - a centuries-old family firm doing business in the far North of Scotland since 1797. Using the finest cashmere and superfine wools in the world, Johnstons processes its fibers in a rare "vertical mill" system, where all of the dyeing, spinning, weaving and finishing are carefully controlled on site. Johnstons produces a range of cloth, knitwear and home furnishings at this historic plant - products that are probably best known for their irresistible softness to the touch. The secret, Johnstons believes, is in the finishing, a process still enhanced by the super soft, clear water from nearby River Lossie.