Who wouldn't want to snuggle up with a Dala Horse?! This Dalarna Lap Blanket is perfect for some couch or patio hygge time. Additionally this is a great addition to your office (at home or at work) to keep you toasty (and stylish) when that thermostat dips down.
Öjbro Vantfabrik blankets are a timeless treasure and make a versatile year-round investment, and even better heirloom gift.
This Dalarna blanket uses Öjbro Vantfabrik's popular Dalarna design inspired by the most iconic symbol of Sweden ~ the Dala Horse. An inspiring Sweden symbol patterned and dyed in traditional colors.
100% Merino Wool
Merino wool is a great year-round blanket option! The benefits include...&
-Temperature control: Merino wool fibers trap air to create warmth in the winter, AND when it is hot outside the wool stores moisture as your body warms ~ cooling you down as the moisture evaporates.
-No itch and scratch: Merino wool fibers are short, so they do not break (which is the leading cause of that itchy scratchy feeling you've had in days of yore).
-Merino wool is antibacterial in itself without treatment, so you do not need to wash them as often, the best washing advice is to hang the blanket on airing overnight if necessary.
35 x 51 inches
Öjbro Vantfabrik is a Swedish design and manufacturing company located in Ulricehamn, Västergötland, Sweden. The Öjbro family consists of Åse and Ted and the sons Fredrik, Tobias and Erik.
Slow fashion is for Öjbro Vantfabrik what slow food is for gourmets - an attitude to consumer goods that prioritize fewer, finer goods, of higher quality, with less environmental impact and preferably with an interesting and unique design.
Inspiration from Nature, Work and People
"I get so much inspiration through nature and through my work, my work is not only my work but it is my life. I feel so lucky and so grateful. For me, a pattern is not a detached thing without context. Creating patterns with a long lifespan, I believe, is my most important contribution to a more beautiful and greener world. It's my passion." ~ Åse Öjbro