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Baby alpaca wool blanket

€159
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Alpaca wool is as luxurious as cashmere but softer and stronger. It is lighter and warmer than sheep’s wool. Alpaca wool is ideal for babies or sensitive skins. Our alpaca throw could be your best friend at home on chilly nights or a great travel companion. This throw features traditional houndstooth weave, invented in Scotland back in the 1800s. This bold pattern will add extra character to your home. Size: 130x200 cm
Alpaca wool has no lanolin – that’s why it is hypoallergenic and is a perfect solution for children and allergy-prone adults. It does not produce a ‘prickle effect’ associated with ordinary wools. Our Alpaca throws are designed in Denmark and made in Peru. They have fabric density of 210 g per m2.
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Alpaca wool: short facts

- 100% Peruvian baby alpaca wool is used for our items;
- Luxurious as cashmere, but softer and stronger;
- Warmer than other wools;
- Perfect for sensitive skins;
- Made in Peru

Benefits of alpaca wool

Alpaca wool is as luxurious as cashmere but softer and stronger. It is lighter and warmer than sheep’s wool. The warmth of baby alpaca wool is insured by the fact that its fibre is hollow. So it serves as an insulator to keep warm air in.
Alpaca wool is ideal for babies or sensitive skins. It has no lanolin – that’s why it is hypoallergenic and is a perfect solution for children and allergy-prone adults. It does not produce a ‘prickle effect’ associated with ordinary wools.

Can alpaca wool be washed?

Yes. See care Instructions below:

  • Machine or hand wash cool (30 C);
  • Use gentle, liquid detergent;
  • Gently squeeze out water by hand and place on flat surface to dry;
  • You can also lay it on top of a towel to absorb extra moisture;
  • Don’t dry it on sun;
  • Ironing is not recommended.

Does alpaca wool shrink?

When it comes to shrinking, alpaca wool is not the same as cotton or any material, but it can happen if the percentage of alpaca wool is really high.

How to make alpaca wool less itchy?

In general, alpaca wool is less itchy than average woollen products, but for the people who are very sensitive to wear it, we recommend to wear it as an outer layer.