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Basically these are brand new production heavy Merino wool blankets priced like surplus blankets.
On the occasion, members of "Basma" Association helped distribute social aid constituted by foodstuffs, clothing, wool blankets and school supplies.
The company also outfitted the nation's armies, dating back to the Civil War when it made wool blankets for the troops.
One of the first relief flights to reach Sri Lanka, the Aviation Services Group charter flight arrived in Colombo on January 1st carrying 64,000 liters of potable water, 1,000 wool blankets and 120 rolls of plastic sheeting for shelters to be distributed by the Red Cross for citizens in need.
Dolese finds sturdy, high-quality wool blankets in earthy colors at the army-surplus store.
Heflin said fleece and wool blankets, headlamps, sleeping bags and camp chairs and tables have been hits this season.
STRIPES, gingham check and polka dots are some of the classic designs in the new White Company brochure packed with beautiful cotton bedding, wool blankets and accessories.
In Wales, the wool company Melin Tregwynt which makes wool blankets, throws and cushions, furniture, accessories and clothing is a fantastic example of a business which has combined traditional processes with innovative and modern design to create a unique, profitable and successful business.
In addition to accent and scatter rugs in a variety of materials, such as leather and antique kilim, the introductions include Merino wool blankets, shag leather pillows, and coordinating throws and pillows in rayon chenille.
They are inns - stately old properties that have been meticulously refurbished and outfitted in the finest of feather beds, linens, wool blankets, down pillows.
Bishop - grandsons of pioneer textile entrepreneur Thomas Kay - took over the mill and began turning out intricately patterned, eminently practical wool blankets designed for trade with Native Americans, who had long integrated factory-made wool blankets into their lives for clothing, bedding, even ritual use.
The wool blankets are priced from pounds 75 while the multicoloured tea cosies start at pounds 20.