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Oxide Mohair Wool Blanket by Cushendale

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The perfect top-up of warmth for the cooler evenings and nights whilst also adding colour and texture to your bedroom space.

  • Product of Ireland
  • Yarn: 70% Mohair / 30% Wool,
  • Size: 230 x 275 cm, 90" x 108"
  • Weight: 1900 g
  • Uniquely hank dyed at the Cushdendal Woollen Mill. A slow and delicate process to create an indulgent softer finish in a bespoke colour palette.
  • Crafted: Designed, woven and hand finished at our mill.
Mohair

Mohair is a soft wool that comes from the hair of the Angora goat. Mohair is often referred to as the “diamond fibre,” as the wool is characterised by a distinct lustre and sheen. As with sheep's wool the diameter, micron, of the fibre increases with the age of the goat, and the thinner fibres from younger goats represent the finest mohair yarns. Mohair is considered one of the oldest fibres in the world, it originated in the mountains of Tibet, the original home of the Angora goat. It remains one of the most prized natural textiles.

 

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