Recycled Cotton Throw Blanket in Checkerboard
A yellow and white checkered blanket being held up in front of a person.
Recycled Cotton Throw Blanket in Checkerboard
A yellow and white checkered blanket being held up in front of a person.

Swell Made Co.

Recycled Cotton Throw Blanket in Checkerboard
$118
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100% recycled materials plus an eye-catching checkered print. Checkmate! We’ll spare you from the rest of our ‘check’ puns, but this blanket really does it for us—it’s super soft, big enough to go just about anywhere, and a picnic-ready pattern that we’re obsessed with.

  • · This product ships in a recyclable box with recyclable paper tape, and occasionally ships with recyclable kraft paper.
  • · This blanket is made from 100% recycled mixed yarn, so although the cotton would biodegrade, the polyester will not.
  • · While we hope you’ll use this blanket for a long, long time, textiles can always be reused and recycled as cleaning rags. If you need help recycling this item, we’re happy to take it off your hands through our circularity program! We’ll responsibly dispose of, upcycle, or recycle this rug for you—just shoot us a note at hi@goldune.com.
  • · This product ships 1-3 business days after you order it.
  • · This throw measures 50” x 60”.
  • · Machine wash on gentle with cold water and mild detergent. Do not bleach. Tumble dry on low or hand to dry.
  • · Loop come loose? It’s easy to mend by just pulling the loop through to tighten it or tying it off in a simple knot.
  • · Made from 50% post-consumer recycled polyester and 50% post-industrial recycled cotton. The yarn comes dyed from Mexico using water based inks and is woven in the U.S.
  • Meet the Brand

    Swell Made Co

    Swell Made Co. takes recycled textiles and turns them into yarn used to create their bold-patterned throw blankets– they’re equal parts sustainable and cozy. The yarn blends post-consumer recycled plastics and polyesters for some seriously soft vibes.