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Sold Out!

Sold Out!

It's here! The scarf you've all been waiting for! Last week, we headed down south to London to show the design alongside Anna and made the most of our time. After a beautiful stay at the Leman Locke Aparthotel and a pitstop at Liberty London to see our blankets out on display, we launched the design at an event at The Artist Residence!

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Design Collaboration

Design Collaboration

What do you get when you combine Scottish design with a sustainable style visionary? A scarf as bold and empowered as she is. At The Tartan Blanket Co. we put our whole heart and soul into the design process, which is why we connected so deeply with ever-thoughtful and endlessly-creative, Anna Cascarina. With colours that are equally daring and delightful, and a tartan that deconstructs into stripes with irreverent sophistication, this collaboration proudly pushes past the bounds of woolen textile design. Did you know a scarf could do all of that?

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Behind the Design: Colsie Collection 19/20

Behind the Design: Colsie Collection 19/20

Lambswool and limited edition, our new Colsie Collection 19/20 is so ready to meet you! When we think of nature, we often think of muted colours. Our research for this collection happily reminded us that vibrant colours are constantly being offered to us by the natural world! 

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A Colsie Moment with Wynne McLeish, Edinburgh Architect

A Colsie Moment with Wynne McLeish, Edinburgh Architect

When we walked into Wynne’s flat, we were greeted by jars of propagating plants, a large window overlooking a quiet garden of lush trees, unsupervised biscuits and hot tea. Pretty much the definition of colsie, if you ask us. Local Edinburgh-based architect, Wynne McLeish, was kind enough to let us use her light-filled flat as the location for our summer interior shoot, and it turns out she’s even more lovely than her home. She chatted with us about renovation project, what colsie means to her and what concepts influence her design!

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Let the Spring Light in

Let the Spring Light in

The days are getting longer, the sun stretches a little bit further into our homes, dappling and softening the light. The evenings stretch on as we linger outside, reluctant to concede the night and head inside.

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