Vitra Eames wool blanket.
Eames wool blanket was specially made for an exhibition of the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1947. The pattern combines dots and crosses. This "Dot pattern" refers to abstract paintings by Ray Eames from the 1930s.
The woolen blankets are available in 4 different color versions and are made of Merino lambs wool. The characteristics of this wool type is that it is made of natural fibers from the first shearing of the Merino lambs. This makes it a very light material, which creates a light and soft wool type in which it is wonderful to crawl away.
The dimensions are: 200 centimeters wide and 135 centimeters long.
Material: 100% merino lambswool, jacquard weave.
Properties Merino lambswool is a natural fiber obtained from the first shearing of Merino lambs. It combines lightness, thinness and softness, while providing optimal warmth.