Tribal Burgundy Blanket
||Bob Dalton was inspired to help the homeless population when his mother, a hardworking single mother, found herself living on the streets in 2013. Because of her story, he realized that not all choose to become homeless and some just need a second chance. He began calling homeless shelters to ask what they needed; they all said blankets. For every blanket you purchase, our partner gives a blanket to our local homeless shelter in Savannah, GA.|
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Blankets are distinguished from other bedding due to their thickness. Traditionally made of wool because of its warmth, the term arose from the generalization of a specific fabric called Blanket fabric, a heavily napped woolen weave pioneered by Thomas Blanket (Blanquette), a Flemish weaver who lived in Bristol, England in the 14th century.
Details & Dimensions
70" x 58"
Italian wool blend
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