If you want a stunning red wool tartan blanket, then this is it!
Soft, but durable, you can use these beautiful Scottish tartan blankets to snuggle up during winter or as the perfect wool picnic blanket in the wild Australian nature during the warmer months as demonstrated beautifully here by Tasmanian local and Wild Adventure Chef Sarah Glover who modelled the recycled wool tartan blankets for our photoshoot at Tasmania’s private luxury island, Satellite Island which can be found just off the south-eastern coast of Tasmania, in the D’Entrecasteaux Channel between Bruny Island and the Tasmanian mainland – a true Australian made experience.
This recycled wool travel rug is eco-friendly and one of our heritage collection of recycled products for eco-friendly homewares and sustainable homewares you can read more about our eco ethos here.
This striking red tartan blanket is a Wallace Scottish tartan from the original clan of Scottish rebel William Wallace made famous by Mel Gibson in the film Braveheart. It is the perfect sustainable Christmas gift, graduation gift, or wedding gift – a true heirloom gift, these recycled wool travel rugs will last for generations. For fans of Outlander, this red tartan blanket is the perfect outlander tartan blanket and an ethical wool blanket at that!
Their elegant pattern design makes them a great addition to your home decor, adding subtle eco-luxury and sustainable style.
Part of our recycled wool blanket range and sustainably produced; the perfect sustainable gift!
Luxurious and soft feel – they’re not fuzzy so they won’t shed
Durable tartan travel blankets, these tartan rugs for cars can be used as a travel picnic blanket or to stay warm at festivals and outdoor events
Imported from Edinburgh, Scotland – the true home of tartan Scottish blankets and throws. They’re part of our heritage, a tribute to the Scottish settlers that first came to our small town.
69” x 62” | 175cm x 157cm
The only downside is that these practical recycled wool blankets are almost never in stock (people love them!), so if you want to get your hands on one of them, we suggest you do it quick!
Occupied by Scottish settlers, our town (originally known as Mount Sturgeon) was renamed Dunkeld after a small town in Scotland. So with that in mind and in tribute to the origin of the name ‘the Grampians’ thus titled by surveyor and explorer, Lieutenant Colonel Sir Thomas Livingstone Mitchell after the Grampians mountains in his native Scotland, GGCo. has curated these luxe wool authentic Scottish tartan blankets.
“What’s recycled wool?” I hear you ask! Basically pre-loved garments, blankets, and offcuts from the mill are gathered, sorted into complementary colour groups and then put through a process where they are shredded, spun and made into new yarn and from there, woven into new recycled products – like these blankets! Recycled wool is a sustainable and eco-friendly solution but the diverse components can mean variations in colour shade and tones from time to time, however they are all beautiful.
Perfect for snuggling up in the cooler seasons and for picnics, carnivals & festivals of all sorts in the warmer months, these classic accessories are as practical a home furnishing as they are a comforting wool travel rug or thoughtful gift.