Cosseting and quite weighty throw, created in collaboration with Glasgow-based homeware designer Niki Jones. Hand-quilted, soft and lustrous cotton velvet. Pure linen reverse and cotton filling. For the end of a bed.
Dry clean. 100% cotton velvet front, 100% linen reverse, 100% cotton filling.
Made in India.
140 x 220cm.
Delivery & Returns
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Standard Delivery: £3.00
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Next Working Day Delivery: £7.00
Before 12pm Next Working Day Delivery: £13.00
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Velvet Care Guide
Velvet is a soft, luxurious fabric that is thought to have originated in the East during the Middle Ages.
Velvet was traditionally woven from silk, enhancing its trademark lustre. It can also be made from cotton, wool and viscose, each resulting in a slightly different texture and sheen. Often, one type of yarn is used for the back, and another for the front, known as the pile. The raised loops and tufts of yarn are perfectly distributed to give the fabric a luxurious density and distinctive feel.
At TOAST we like velvet for its sumptuous and soft feel, and for it's soft shine that catches the light.
How to wash
When your velvet requires cleaning, we recommend to dry clean. This will protect the fabric finish as well as the interior structure of the garment.
You can freshen your velvet garment by using steam, or leaving in a steamy bathroom. This will help remove odours, lift the pile if it has been crushed, and remove creases. Always steam your velvet garments inside out and allow to air dry at room temperature.
How to dry & store
Velvet should always be hung, not folded. Folding will leave creases that are difficult to remove. Use a sturdy, preferably padded, hanger to prevent shoulder marks and avoid sagging.
For long-term storage, always use a breathable, washable fabric storage bag.