Rose blanket on a 1 day old newborn baby.
beautiful knit detailed edge
Burgundy blanket on a love seat.
This is Karen's Disana Blanket purchased 16 years ago. If you wash it gently, don't put it in the dryer (well, I did put mine in the dryer on extra low for about 5-10 minutes just ONCE when it was brand new, but be careful and keep an eye on it so you don't over-felt it. A little bit of felting will strengthen the wool and reduce pullers. Pullers are not covered and they can happen if you cause it. You can see a few in this picure but they are not a problem. This is a very old and constantly-used blanket so you have to expect that). Wash it only occasionally (they don't need washing often since they are wool), they really do hold up well and for many years. This has been through a few kids and several cats. It is still beautiful and soft. It still stays on the couch and we use and enjoy it often.
Wash infrequently and only very gently (hand wash or use wool cycle in a machine that has it). Wool does not like heat. Air fluff only to avoid too much felting. Complete instructions are included with your order. See more information about washing wool. It is unlikely that you will ever need add lanolin to the blanket. The lanolizing information is for diaper covers, not for clothing or blankets.
Disana Knitted Blanket in Blue in top of Disana Summer Blanket in Dry Rose. Summer Blanket is slightly larger but the two blankets weigh the same. That means they contain the same amount of wool (hence the same price). Summer is just slightly lighter but really it is hard to tell the difference. The Knitted one on top has the design in the knit and the Summer one doesn't have that.
Both are knitted and are stretchy.
A short video to try to show you how soft this is: