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British Wool Howgill Blankets

Beautiful stripey British wool blankets with twisted fringe, woven in the Scottish Borders from yarn sourced from Yorkshire Dales sheep.

 

For sale at Farfield Mill or buy online with free p&p

 

Generous in size they’re large enough to throw over a double bed. Perfect for a cold winter’s night.

 

Approx 150x200cm plus fringe.

 

Howgill blankets are 100% British made, from British wool. The yarn is produced from fleece sourced from Yorkshire Dales sheep, scoured and spun in Yorkshire before being sent to the Scottish Borders where it is dyed to my specification and then woven into blankets.

 

All this happens within 100 miles of my base in Sedbergh at the foot of the Howgill Fells.

 

Choose from 6 colourways inspired by the landscape:

 

British wool stripey blankets
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BLACK HORSE – black
Named after the fell ponies that roam the open fells

LIMESTONE – grey
The beautiful ‘sleek’ grey rock that can be found throughout the region

SOLD OUT! BLUECASTER – blue
Named for a local hill close to Farfield Mill

RED GILL – dark red
The beck flowing above Cautley Spout in the Howgill fells

BROCKRAM – dusty pink
Pink rock found in the North Pennines that characterises the cottages found in this region

CINNABAR – yellow
The stripey mustard-coloured caterpillars that nibble on ragwort