Blanket & Throw Fabric

Blankets and throws can be used to cuddle up on a cold winter night or as a decorative piece in your home. Use our guide to find the right blanket or throw for you.

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Fabric Types

Cotton Blankets & Throws

Known for their softness, durability and natural comfort. A high thread count alone is not a perfect indicator of quality, as many other factors including the kind of fibers, type of weave and finish have an impact on softness and durability.

Down Blankets & Throws

Down is the light, fluffy coating clustered beneath the feathers of waterfowl that protect them from the elements and keep them warm. Down products are efficient insulators, warm yet light.

Plush Blankets & Throws

Made with extremely soft polyester, which provides great warmth.

Fleece Blankets & Throws

Fleece is a synthetic fiber made from acrylic that’s soft and durable.

Chenille Blankets & Throws

Chenille is manufactured by placing short lengths of yarn between two yarns and twisting them together. This technique gives chenille its softness and look.

Down-Alternative Blankets & Throws

Made with synthetic fiber that’s light, strong and durable.

Acrylic Blankets & Throws

Lightweight, soft and warm material with a wool-like feel.

Sherpa Blankets & Throws

Made with a man-made material designed to mimic sheep’s wool.


Throw: 50" x 60" and 50" x 70" (may vary)

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Twin Blanket: 66" x 90"

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Full/Queen Blanket: 90" x 90"

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King Blanket: 110" x 90"

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Deciding what you want the primary use of your blanket or throw to be will play a large role in which blanket or throw you purchase.

If you want a blanket that you can use to cuddle up under, you may want to purchase a plush, down, down alternative, fleece or sherpa blanket or throw.

For a more decorative throw, check out chenille, acrylic or cable knit.

To add warmth to your bed, an electric, down, down alternative or fleece blanket may fit you best.

For a blanket that can be used year round, you may want to look at cotton, acrylic or cable-knit throws.

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