Solstice Blankets


Product Description

Handwoven with undyed Corriedale and Merino wool, Solstice Blankets feature alternating bands of texture and color that create a subtle tone on tone effect. These elegant blankets are made with pure undyed wools.  The variation in color comes from the natural hues of the different types of wool.

Available in three soothing neutral color combinations, these blankets coordinate well with any decor. These distinctive “summer weight” blankets are also extraordinarily soft and warm without being the least bit heavy.  All-natural wool wicks away moisture as you sleep, helping to regulate temperature and give you a better night’s rest.

On king size blankets, the bands of color are oriented vertically with silk borders at left and right.  On doubles and queens, bands run horizontally with silk borders at top and bottom.

Content: 100% Undyed local Corriedale wool and organic Merino wool. 100% Silk Trim.

Origin: Made in the USA.  Handwoven in our Maine studio.

Dimensions: Single 70″W x 90″L,  Double/Queen 90″W x 90″L,  King 110″W x 90″L
Dimensions of handwoven blankets and throws may vary +/- 5% from those stated here.

Care: Professionally dry clean, or send to our blanket hospital for cleaning and repair.

Packaging: Each blanket comes in our custom linen storage bag with cedar slats and a provenance card to record gift giving.

Customization: Blankets can be customized with a hand-embroidered monogram or date.


  • Due to the width of our antique looms, on king size blankets stripe patterning is oriented vertically with silk edges at left and right.
  • On single, double, and queen size blanket stripe patterning is oriented horizontally with silk edges at top and bottom.
  • Each handwoven product is one of a kind. Due to the unique nature of all-natural, hand-dyed and custom-spun yarns, there may be slight variations from what is shown here.
  • Colors of handwoven items may vary slightly due to dye lot variables as well as computer monitor variations.

You may also like our Heritage Blanket and Grace Blanket designs.
Visit the Swans Island Journal to learn how this blanket is made.   A Blanket’s Journey from Farm to Finish  
Read about John Grace’s original inspiration for these handwoven blankets in Down East magazine’s December 2022 issue.


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