June 06, 2020 2 min read

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Carew wool throw - A large contemporary throw, traditionally hand woven in Wales using 100% British wool. Carew has a multi-coloured natural warp of cream, light grey and dark grey, producing a lovely stripe. The throw is woven in a textured twill design using a solid colour weft. Available in three beautiful colours, Burnt Orange, Lichen and Sky Blue and finished with a purled fringe.  

Our Carew throws combine well with our Gelert Blankets, lovely layering! - Gelert Blankets

Approx. Size 200 x 150 cms - 78 x 60 inches (including the fringe)
Approx  Weight 0.9 kgs - 2.0 lbs

  Gelert Honeycomb weave blanket with Carew throw Carew hand woven wool throw Burnt Orange hand woven wool throw Sky Blue hand woven wool blanketHoneycomb weave blankets  Gelert, honeycomb hand woven blankets

Gelert Honey comb pattern blanket - Woven in Wales with British wool, a traditional Welsh honeycomb or waffle weave blanket. Sumptuous, lovely, textured blanket. Traditionally the blankets were woven in multi-colours but our design has the same colour warp and weft producing a solid colour blanket. 

The blankets are finished with a hand-stitched binding in either Welsh flannel, Irish linen or Welsh woven lambswool.

Approx size: 190 x 145 cms - [75 x 57 inches]
Approx. weight: 1.3 kgs - [2.9 lbs]

About FelinFach

Our company, FelinFach Natural Textiles is located in the heart of the Preseli area of Pembrokeshire near to Boncath. We design Welsh blankets, Welsh woollen blankets and throws which are traditionally woven at Welsh mills. We also design and make natural hand dyed yarn, cotton, silk and wool scarves and other handmade products. We are a proud supporter of the Campaign for Wool, Global Welsh and Wales International.

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Last Updated 6th June 2020



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