Lambswool Throws

Add a touch of colour, warmth and luxury to your home with our range of Irish lambswool throws and blankets.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Lambswool Throws

 Our lambswool throws are perfectly suited to those who love comfort all year-round, lambswool blankets and throws are breathable, so they will regulate your body temperature and keep you comfortable at any time of year. 

Lambswool throws are also hypoallergenic, so they are perfect for anyone who suffers with allergies from other types of wool. Another key characteristic of lambswool is its super-soft feel, so it’s perfect for cuddling up on the couch with.

Interested in learning more? Here are some of the most common questions about lambswool throws.

  • How to wash a lambswool throw?

    Washing a lambswool throw requires some care to prevent damaging the delicate fibres of the wool. Here are the steps to wash a lambswool throw:

    • Read the care label on the throw to ensure it is machine washable or hand washable. Some wool throws may require dry cleaning instead.
    • If the throw is machine washable, place it in a mesh laundry bag or pillowcase to prevent it from snagging or stretching during the wash cycle.
    • Use a gentle wool or delicate cycle on your washing machine with cold water and a wool-safe detergent.
    • Avoid using bleach or fabric softener, as these can damage the fibres.
    • After washing, gently squeeze out excess water without twisting or wringing the throw.
    • Lay the throw flat on a clean towel and roll it up to remove any remaining water.
    • Unroll the towel and reshape the throw while it is still damp.
    • Air dry the throw on a flat surface away from direct sunlight or heat.
    • Once the throw is dry, gently brush it with a soft bristled brush to restore its natural texture.
  • What are the benefits of using a lambswool throw?

    A lambswool throw has several benefits, including:

    Softness and Comfort: Lambswool is known for being incredibly soft and cozy, making it an excellent material for a throw blanket. The fibres are also fine, which makes it gentle on the skin.

    Warmth: Lambswool is an excellent insulator, and its fibers can trap air to provide warmth. It makes a perfect throw for chilly nights or as an additional layer during winter.

    Durability: Lambswool is a strong and durable material that can withstand frequent use and washing without losing its shape or texture.

    Natural Fibre: Lambswool is a natural fibre, which means it is biodegradable and doesn't harm the environment.

    Hypoallergenic: Lambswool is hypoallergenic, which means it doesn't cause allergic reactions, making it an excellent choice for people with allergies.

  • How warm is a lambswool blanket?

    A lambswool blanket can provide a good level of warmth, but the exact warmth will depend on several factors such as the thickness and weight of the blanket, the quality of the wool, and the ambient temperature of the environment.

    In general, lambswool is considered to be a good insulator, meaning it can trap heat and keep you warm. It is also naturally breathable, which allows moisture to escape and prevents you from overheating.

    However, keep in mind that the warmth of a lambswool blanket can be subjective and depend on individual preferences. Some people may find a lambswool blanket to be very warm and cozy, while others may find it to be too hot or not warm enough.