Woah, Wovens! Introducing the Brand New Woven Blanket

You know that feeling when you want your apartment to look ridiculously “grown-up”, but then you look around and think, “I find my lack of cat, ramen, and space art disturbing…”? Enter woven blankets! This swanky new addition to our blanket lineup has a vintage-meets-classic look that allows you to find that rad & refined decor vibe balanced with the fun and modern designs you know and love. Wovens? Nah; more like WOAHvens (pun very much intended). See what makes these blankets super awesome (and pick out one for yourself at 30% off while ya can!)

A Pixel of My Childhood” by Adam Jhesu Rufino Nakamura.

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100% cotton yarn, 100% super comfy, 100% amazing. Our woven blankets are crafted from cotton yarn and fringed at the edge, which creates a super soft feel that keeps you warm by lookin’ cool. 

Social Pugs” by Chalermphol Harnchakkham.

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That modern vintage look isn’t for nothin’ – these wovens are inspired by a vintage technique! They’re created using a process that originated in the 1800s and has been modernized with 21st-century tech. 

The Great Ramen Off Kanagawa” by Ilustrata.

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And the best part; the special rendering process ensures the design translates to the yarn with minimal color adjustment for clean, crisp designs. (Which is awesome for both the artists and those who just want one for their living room!) 

A Pixel of My Childhood” by Adam Jhesu Rufino Nakamura.

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With fall just around the corner, level up your cozy blanket game now. Pick up a sweet new woven at 30% off! 

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Blanket in featured image is “Meowosaurus” by Mathijs Vissers

Carlyn Hill

Content & Strategy Manager at Threadless by day, dad joke aficionado, cartoonist, & contributor for sites like HelloGiggles and The Mary Sue by night. When I’m not writing or drawing, you can find me in my cave of a room hanging out with my boyfriend, Netflix.

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