I love ewe.
Each shaggy snuggler comes from a small farm in Iceland that’s been harvesting wool for decades, where the sheep are raised humanely, have a high quality of life, and graze freely. This particular breed of sheep has been roaming Iceland since 897, when the Vikings first came to the island (psst...that year is stamped on the back of each sheepskin). All the skins are processed in an eco-friendly way, using only geothermal power produced by the Earth’s internal heat. Now, go ahead and prepare for all the warm fuzzies.
Photography by Rocky Luten, James Ransom, Ty Mecham
Details & Materials +-
Natural Icelandic sheepskin
Approximately 43.5” L x 27.5” W. Because this is a natural material, size will vary.
Care & Notes +-
Spot clean when needed and lay flat to dry. Shake out once a week.
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