Pappelinas Vera Blanket is an extremely soft, gentle, tactile and cosy blanket that is simply great for snuggling into.
Featuring an attractive honeycomb inspired design it is produced from the highest quality materials, a combination of 50% Cotton chenille and 50% lambs wool.
All Pappelina blankets are totally organic and GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) Certified.
- High Quality Soft & Cosy Go To Blanket
- Traditionally Woven Blanket
- Lambswool & Soft Cotton Chenille Mix
- Unbleached Cotton Ribbon Edging
- OEKO-TEX Certified Materials
- Free of Pesticides
- Using As A Throw Or Cover Over Chairs And Sofas
- Using As A Bed Cover
- Keeping Warm When Watching TV Or Just Sitting Outdoors!
For all of us sustainable means many things but we feel an important factor is the life of a product. As our Grandparents taught us if we take care of things then they should last! All our products are selected with that in mind; they are built to last. They may cost a little more but once bought then they should last for many years, if not a lifetime! A benefit to your pocket, but also the planet.
If you find anything you disagree with or want to know more about then, please, just ask, this is an ongoing work in progress! Call us on 01993 867075 or email [email protected] We care!
Stunning truly organic soft to the touch blankets!
All Pappelina Blankets are GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) Certified, the leading textile processing standard for organic fibres. When they certify a product to the GOTS standard they check every step of the supply chain, from harvesting through production, processing, manufacturing and labelling. they also consider the environmental management and social responsibility of producers. GOTS is the gold standard for sustainable processing of textiles made from organically grown fibres such as cotton or wool.
In addition Pappelina ensure no pesticides have been used in the lifecycle of the organic material and that all wool is mulesing free which means wool from around the buttocks of the animal is not used as, potentially, it can retain germs.
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