Andean Alpaca Wool Aztec Throw Blanket
Andean Alpaca Wool Aztec Throw Blanket
Andean Alpaca Wool Aztec Throw Blanket
Andean Alpaca Wool Aztec Throw Blanket
Andean Alpaca Wool Aztec Throw Blanket

Andean Alpaca Wool Aztec Throw Blanket

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Aztec Alpaca Wool Throw-Handwoven Queen Size Alpaca Blanket.

Southwest Styling Home Decor Living Room Throw. 

Handloomed in Ecuador.  Gorgeous Soft, Warm, Artisan Blanket.

Handmade in Ecuador by local artisans, this ultra-soft blanket made with blended Alpaca wool, is unlike anything you have ever experienced. Each blanket features unique and vibrant designs adding beauty and color to every situation the blanket is placed. The large size allows for multiple people to come together and make memories. This can be used as a throw or is blanket sized to fit a Queen sized bed. Also it is the perfect camp, picnic, or all purpose blanket made for any adventure. - 50% Alpaca Wool 50% Ultra-soft acrylic material with recycled content - Reversible design and color - Approximately Queen size- 90"" x 78” - Lightweight for year round versatility - Beautiful and colorful reversible designs - Large size big enough to share - Artisan Made in Ecuador on 100 year-old looms - Cashmere-like softness - Sustainably sourced - Naturally-insulating super-warm fibers - Hypoallergenic. 


Queen size- 90"" x 78” 

• Made in Ecuador
• Weight: 3 lb (1.4 kg)

Benefits of alpaca throws

  • Warmer than wool, cashmere, & cotton.
  • Although known for their warmth, alpaca throws are lightweight.
  • Breathability, always warm & cozy, without overheating.
  • Heirloom quality, extremely durable, will last for as long as you can cherish it.
  • Naturally hypoallergenic, gentle on the skin, won't cause any allergic reactions or irritations.
  • Luxuriously soft, alpaca throws and blankets are not coarse like wool; they have a smooth, silky texture.
  • Alpaca fiber's microscopic air pockets regulate temperature, keeping you warm, but never hot.

Care instructions for alpaca blankets & throws

Our weavers recommend Dry Cleaning or chemical-free Green Dry Cleaning to preserve the beautiful weave of these throws; however, due to the nature of alpaca, minimal cleaning is needed. If you choose to wash your throw yourself, here are some things to be aware of. With the proper care, your alpaca throw surely will last decades. Follow the instructions below to ensure that your alpaca throw remains a cherished family heirloom:

  • Overall, alpaca throws need little care. Alpaca fibers wick away moisture & do not absorb odor or dust, making them resistant to odors or becoming soiled. Laying your blanket in the sun will refresh it tremendously; however, be sure to limit sun exposure to no more than 15 minutes as the sun can cause fading. 
  • When the need to clean your alpaca throw does arise, it is recommended to Dry Clean; however, you might prefer hand washing your throw with gentle, non-abrasive soap or even baby shampoo.
  • Since without agitation and let the water drain away without wringing. 
  • After washing, place your throw on a flat surface to dry. You can lay it on top of a towel to help absorb extra moisture.
  • Never use a dryer, as heat will cause your alpaca throw to shrink. Never tumble as this will cause damage to your blanket.

Here are a few tips for maintaining your alpaca blankets:

Brush your alpaca blanket regularly. Use a soft brush or comb to remove any tangles or knots from the fibers. This will help to keep the blanket looking smooth and plush.

Spot clean any stains or spills as soon as possible. Alpaca fiber is naturally stain-resistant, but it’s still important to clean up any spills or stains quickly to prevent them from setting in. Use a mild detergent and warm water to spot clean the affected area, and then let the blanket air dry.

Avoid washing your alpaca blanket too frequently. Because alpaca fiber is delicate and can shrink, it’s best to wash your alpaca blanket only when it is absolutely necessary. If you do need to wash your blanket, use a mild detergent and cold water, and avoid using a dryer – instead, lay the blanket flat to air dry.

Store your alpaca blanket properly. When you’re not using your alpaca blanket, make sure to store it in a cool, dry place. Avoid storing your blanket in a damp or humid area, as this can cause the fibers to become moldy or musty. If you need to fold your blanket, fold it loosely and avoid creasing the fibers.

By following these tips, you can help to keep your alpaca blanket looking and feeling soft and luxurious for years to come. Regular maintenance and care will ensure that your alpaca blanket stays in great condition and provides you with warmth and comfort for many seasons to come.

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