If you’re anything like us, you need a ‘tv blanket’. A blanket that spends its life permanently on the sofa, sometimes neatly folded over the arm, but more often than not slung across the back waiting to be pulled over feet, knees or whole bodies so that you can watch the news or the end of the film snug, even though the heating has gone off or the sun’s gone down.
The signal blanket feels like it could have existed for generations and also has the feeling of newness. Its name cleverly references the sound and radio waves that gave inspiration for this strong pattern. In its navy and white design it holds its own and fits in well with just about every interior.
Colour: Dark navy & white with brown blanket stitch edge
Size: 150 cm x 240 cm
Note: It is reversible, woven in 100% wool in Wales. Dry clean only.
Eleanor Pritchard’s designs are characterised by bold geometric and graphic patterns in a palette that combines chalky and cross-hatched neutrals, sharp accents and deep inky tones. All of the fabrics are sampled in her London studio, and are woven in the British Isles. The wool blankets are woven in West Wales and the lambswool ones in Lancashire.