Herringbone Baby Alpaca Throw Blanket


We worked closely with one of the world's most premier mills to create this exclusive selection of cozy herringbone throws made from 100% pure baby alpaca. From sourcing just the right shades of natural and indigo-dyed yarns to walking through each and every step of the hand-weaving process, we have ensured that these are the softest and highest quality alpaca throws available. 

Alpaca is a rare gem in a world of synthetic fibers and harsh materials. Softer than cashmere, naturally organic and hypoallergenic, and warm but lightweight, this throw is perfect for snuggling up with during fall weekends. Lay it over a bed or sofa to add sumptuous texture to your living space.

Erlūm Styling Tip: This throw doubles as our favorite blanket scarf- give it a try!

  • 100% Baby Alpaca
  • Dye Free - all colors 100% natural
  • Made in Peru
  • Dimensions: 51" x 71" plus fringe edge
  • Hand wash cold, no agitation, dry flat away from sun or dry clean.

(Note: Despite its name, baby alpaca fiber does not come from baby alpacas; rather, it refers to the softest, highest quality grade of alpaca fiber available.)

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Availability: In Stock
Gift Wrapping: Available
SKU: EAH-001
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Heirloom Quality

This throw blanket is very comparable to luxurious cashmere throws sold at similar price points and higher. However the fact that it is made from 100% alpaca makes it even more unique. It is a keep forever kind of item. Also a great gift idea for weddings or housewarmings.
Posted by Karyn, Jul 21st 2017

Beautiful Blanket!

In love with the dove gray throw blanket! It looks perfect draped over a sofa in our San Francisco apartment. Adds a touch of luxury, plus I love that it's handmade in Peru and fair-trade. We love collecting high-quality items that are sustainable and have a story. Makes our little home feel even more special! I'm a huge fan of Erlum Alpaca!
Posted by Caitlin, Oct 6th 2016