May 08, 2019 1 min read

Enfys Fach - Welsh blankets and throws

Enfys is one our old favourite Welsh Blankets and is now back in stock in a wide variety of colours. Enfys, meaning rainbow in Welsh, is a good sized multi colour 100% Welsh wool blanket. The throw has a multi colour warp and a solid weft creating a lovely stripe effect and finished with a purled fringe.  

 

Customer Reviews on Enfys (See all Customer Reviews)

Mrs D. Verified Buyer 5 star rating 27/03/19 I am delighted with the blanket that I recently purchased (in the dark red colour). It is lovely quality made from smooth, soft yarn and is exactly as it looked in the image on your website. I also think that it is excellent value for money

Caroline B.Verified Buyer 5 star rating 18/12/18 Beautifully soft and gorgeous colour.

Penny L.Verified Buyer 5 star rating 13/12/18 Throw is just as I was expecting or even more lovely, from you, as your website had described "who you are". Thank you. My Welsh friend is going to be so thrilled on Christmas Day!

Caroline F.Verified Buyer 5 star rating 06/09/18 The throw is absolutely beautiful - couldn't be more delighted with it. 

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