[NOTE: You can indicate your interest in a Blanket by placing an order on this page. No obligation and no payment information necessary at this time. Before we can make more Blankets, we need to make more Fabric. Here is some info about ordering out-of-stock items.]
The Blanket story, for us ... we never intended to make them. But, people who were wearing WeatherWool liked the Fabric enough to ask for Blankets ... so we made some Blankets.
Going forward we intend to address Blankets very seriously, and we are maintaining an "interested list", which is really the purpose of this page, for now.
We don't expect to make Blankets for a few months, but this is what we have in mind:
Blankets can be made from from any of our Fabrics, including undyed MidWeight Fabric, which can be left undyed or dyed pretty much any color
Crib Blanket: 45 inches (114 centimeters) wide by 60 inches (152 cm) long
Twin Bed Blanket: 66 inches (168 cm) by 90 inches (229 cm)
Double Bed Blanket: 80 inches (203 cm) by 90 inches (229 cm)
Queen Bed Blanket: 90 inches (229 cm) by anywhere from 90 inches (229 cm) to 100 inches (254 cm)
King Bed Blanket: 108 inches (274 cm) by anywhere from 90 inches (229 cm) to 100 inches (254 inches)
We don't have any Blankets available now, and we won't be able to make any for a while. However, people keep asking for them, so we have put this page up as a way of letting people indicate their interest in a Blanket.
At this writing, we are almost completely out of FullWeight Fabric, and we have only a little bit of MidWeight Fabric ... except we actually do have MidWeight Fabric in undyed / white ... which we could dye practically any color.
Something to keep in mind, also, is that our bolts are 46 inches (117 cm) wide ... and so blankets wider than that need to incorporate some kind of design that enables panels of fabric to be joined together, as shown in the photos of the Queen Blankets. So another choice that will need to be made is whether the main panels will be a different fabric than the borders, as shown in he pictures.
Another hurdle we need to overcome is lack of a machine to do the type of stitch we have in mind to join the panels an borders and finish the edges of the Blankets. The tailor who had made Blankets for us sold the machine we were using.
Lastly ... these pictures are very rough. We never intended these pictures to be on the website ... but they'll have to do for now.
We will get Blankets going, and if you are interested, please let us know ... that will help make it happen! -- Thanks -- Ralph