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54 Bugambilla Blanket
54 Bugambilla Blanket
54 Bugambilla Blanket
54 Bugambilla Blanket

54 Bugambilla Blanket

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This cozy blanket shines with its softness and fineness. With handmade, pastel-coloured fringes, it is a cozy eye-catcher. Made in Peru, it combines the exquisiteness of alpaca and merino sheep, providing a sensual softness to the skin, perfect for relaxing and stopping time. In addition, it is ecofriendly, ensuring a positive impact on the environment.

“Honoring the Renaissance of South American Culture and Art with Fair Trade Products”

TASHAY honors the renaissance of South American culture and art through a large collection of blankets, crafted with pure local resources and specialized knowledge. We work with artisans, mostly women, who have learned their techniques from generation to generation. Our mission is to present high quality and fair trade products, using artisanal techniques that represent a fundamental part of the culture, art and heritage of the region.

Anti-allergic - Warm - Soft - Breathable – Dirt-repellent

Meticulously crafted from Suri alpaca fiber and Merino wool, this blanket ensures maximum softness and quality. Merino wool is known for being one of the finest and softest natural fibers in the world. In addition to its softness, Merino wool is highly breathable and temperature regulating, making it the perfect partner for Suri alpaca fiber. Together, these fibers maintain thermal balance, keeping you warm in cold weather and cool when it's hot. Both fibers are hypoallergenic, ideal for people with sensitive skin or allergies.

The Suri alpaca, one of two recognized alpaca breeds, is famous for its extremely soft and shiny fiber. Unlike the Huacaya alpaca, the fiber of the Suri alpaca falls in long silky strands, similar to human hair, giving it a luxurious appearance and an incomparable silky touch.

50% Alpaca 35% Merino wool; 15% Nylon

Tip: It is better to ventilate once more than to wash. Alpaca is naturally dirt-repellent and self-cleaning to some extent. Simply leave this product outdoors overnight. This allows the fibers to regain their natural moisture.

Hand wash:
This is the recommended method for washing our alpaca products. It is important to remember that wool can shrink when the temperature changes underwater, so we recommend using room temperature water and white or delicate curd soap (preferably organic).
Of course, if you want, you can also use professional cleaning.

Remove excess water, but avoid excessive shaking, folding or wrinkling. We do not recommend the use of dryers. The best option is to let the product rest on a towel and bed (to avoid deformation) and then let it dry in a dry environment or outdoors, but away from direct sunlight. Be sure to stretch garments by hand to reduce wrinkles.

It is important to ensure that the garment is completely dry before storing it and that it is also protected from moths. Dried lavender packets can be helpful. We do not recommend the use of mothballs.

  • 0- 130 - 180cm