Wrap yourself in the ultimate comfort of our Jess Oxford Blue Throw, expertly crafted from a blend of the world’s softest natural fibers, Peruvian alpaca wool and merino wool. Carefully selected and blended to perfection, these fibers create a beautifully soft and invitingly snug throw, perfect for curling up on a chilly evening.
Our weavers have used the best in modern technologies to weave the highest-grade wools into a classic two-tone herringbone design, giving Jess a sophisticated and understated style that suits most interiors. The fluffy fringing adds an extra touch of luxury and texture, making this throw a must-have for any cosy home.
Available in a range of staple colours, Jess is the perfect addition to any living space, adding a layer of subtle pattern and texture while keeping you warm and comfortable. Plus, as with all our designer throws, we place a focus on sustainability and ethical production practices, ensuring that you can indulge in luxury while also promoting responsible consumption.
Invest in the ultimate comfort and style with our Jess Oxford Blue Throw, the perfect addition to any home décor. Shop now and enjoy the luxury of sustainable and ethical production practices with every use.
SUSTAINABLE ✔ | RENEWABLE ✔ | ETHICAL ✔ | BIODEGRADABLE ✔
Click below for wool blanket care advice to get the best from your luxury blue throw.
To make sure your wool blankets last a lifetime, follow these steps when airing, washing, drying and storing your wool blankets.
1. Air wool blankets outside
Often air ventilation is the best way to freshen wool blankets. Take the wool blanket outside and give it a good shake before hanging the blanket in an area where there is good airflow. This will loosen any dust or dirt from the blanket.
2. Brush wool blankets with a soft-bristle brush
Like most blankets, wool blankets also need a refresh from time to time which can easily be achieved with a soft-bristle garment brush. Lay the blanket flat on the floor and brush along the grain of the blanket’s surface. This will ensure the wool fibres are all lying in the same direction, removes any surface soil or stain and smooths the fibres of the blanket.
3. Clean liquid stains
Wool is naturally stain and water-repellent, but after a few minutes, the liquid will begin to soak into the fabric. To remove this liquid stain, use warm water and mild detergent to spot clean as soon as possible. Don’t scrub the fabric. Instead, soak the stained area with warm water and detergent and blot with a soft cloth.
4. Wash heavily soiled wool blankets
To wash heavily soiled wool blankets, it is important to follow the care instructions of the blanket. If the label says the blanket is machine washable, the most important steps to follow are to use the gentle wool wash cycle on the washing machine, use cold water and only use specified wool wash detergents.
5. Dry wool blankets
To dry wool blankets, it is best to hang them flat over a clothesline outside to support the weight of the wet blanket. It is also important to hang wool blankets away from direct sunlight to avoid fading and it may cause the wool to dry too quickly, which may result in the coarseness of the fabric. Avoid putting wool blankets in the dryer, as it can destroy the softness and shape of the wool blanket.
6. Store wool blankets
Store your wool blankets in a dark, cool place in an air-tight container or bag, and if pests are a common occurrence in your home, you can nestle a few cedar chips with your wool blankets as cedarwood is a natural flying insect repellent.