All of our Welsh blankets and throws are traditionally woven in limited numbers in mills in West Wales. They are woven using age old looms with traditional skills, methods and processes of yesteryear. Our blankets are created and made with personal care and attention. It is therefore unlikely that any two products will ever be the same even if they have the same design. This is because they are handmade by 'people' using traditional looms and not machines! But we see this as part of the beauty of an individually handmade product. None of our Welsh wool blankets are mass produced.
To visit our Collections of blankets below, please click on each image.
Blankets and Throws Organic Certified Blankets Rare Breed and Alpaca Blankets
Wherever possible, we aim to source our woollen fabrics from the few remaining mills in Wales. We do this not only because they are local to us but also to support the Welsh woollen industry. We aim to combine authentic Welsh tradition with innovative and contemporary designs to suit any home.
Rare Breed, Alpaca and Organic Certified Welsh Blankets
Our Welsh wool blankets and throws come in different sizes and colours. Some blankets are made from rare breeds such as Jacob, Ryeland, Herdwick, Welsh Mountain Black and also Alpaca wool. Our Shop has a separate collection of rare breed wool Blankets, Rare Breed and Alpaca... We also from time to time have a very limited selection of organically certified wool blankets.
Traditional Welsh Tapestry Blankets
Welsh tapestry blankets have been woven in Wales for well over 100 years. They are large heavy blankets almost guaranteed to keep you warm on all weathers. These blankets are made using a traditional double-cloth construction that hasn’t changed much since the mid-1880s. This double-cloth structure creates practical, hard-wearing blankets and bold reversible patterns that Welsh Blankets have become famous for. We aim to have a limited stock of tapestry blankets at all times.
Thinking of using a blanket for bedding? Then check out our UK Bed Sizes for Blankets page to help you choose the correct size. It will depend on whether you want your blanket to drape over the side of the bed or simply to 'sit' or 'lie' on top of the bed.