Extreme Throw in Sand

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Extreme Throw in Sand

995.00

Price is in Australian dollars (ex. GST). 
GST will be added to Australian orders at checkout.

This is a bespoke oversized hand knitted blanket in moss stitch using Little Dandelion's bespoke K1S1 extreme knitting yarn. K1S1 is a technical yarn  and is made from fine merino tops which are twisted and then felted before being wound into luscious bumps. This means that yarn won't shed or pill excessively with use. It has a high degree of functionality, is easy to care for and still retains a beautiful soft handle and draping quality. The throw is knitted as one piece by me in my home in Sydney Australia using industrial sized knitting needles.

Due to the handmade nature of my work, each piece contains beautiful irregularities. These should not be considered imperfections but rather the hallmarks of a unique handmade product.

A K1S1 Extreme Throw is functional, super soft and comforting. Due to their oversized scale, they add an amazing textural element to a room and many of my clients have kindly described them as works of art or a decorational luxury. 

 

Material:

 100% super soft merino wool

 

Dimensions:

Approximately 150cm wide x 190cm long

 

Weight:

Approximately 5.3 kgs

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Care

Give your woollie a gentle stretch after unwrapping it from its packaging.  You may need to borrow an extra pair of hands to help you out. Don’t worry, you won’t hurt it.

Due to the scale of the throw, I recommend Infrequent Dry Clean Delicate only. K1S1 can be hand washed in lukewarm water using a wool wash. Remove excess water before drying flat. Do not soak. 

Handle and store with care. Exposure to direct sunlight may cause the wool to fade. Avoid direct contact with rough surfaces and sharp objects as this may result in damage.

Mild pilling of the wool will occur with use. Pilling is a natural result of friction and does not constitute a defect. The pilled balls of wool can be easily removed with scissors.