While summer is getting closer and closer every day the weather surely is playing tricks on us making us wear lightweight dresses one day and warm jackets the other one. With weather getting warm most of us start thinking about throwing our warm clothes and sheets into the darkest corners of our closets.
While luxurious wool throws such as baby alpaca throws or angora throws are nice to have and use, sometimes you look for something of less value to cover all your needs. Quality wool throws – let’s say – alpaca throws – are too expensive and too appreciated to use them for example for little children bedding. On the other hand, one always has some cheap wool throws that have to make use of themselves. So let’s discuss how we can make use of cheap wool throws and what our needs we can cover with a simple thing like a discounted wool throw.
The terms “wool throws” and “wool blankets” seem to be synonyms of the same thing – a textile covering made of wool. Is that really so? What are the differences between a wool throw and a wool blanket? While the exact definitions are still subject to discussion, there are some general guidelines for the terms, so let’s see them.
A wool throw is most often used for our indoor life – to cover up while taking a nap, wrap oneself while reading or watching TV, placing neatly on an armchair as an interior detail etc. But wool throws can be very handy outdoors as well. Lets talk about camping!
First of all, we do not recommend taking one of your precious alpaca throws or angora throws out to the woods! One always has a cheap wool throw bought in second-hand shop or discounted wool throw maybe with some defects around the house. Pack those for your camping trip! As long as they are made of pure wool, they will do the job perfectly.