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Thread: Wool Blankets

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    Team Gunnutz gunkle's Avatar
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    Wool Blankets

    I am in - please contact me when I can buy or make a deposit

  2. #342
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    Yes, but weight, color and fabric feel are important

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    I'd gladly go in for one or two. As seems to mostly be the consensus, I think the standard grey/light brown looks good but any of the colours shown would be fine.

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    I'm in for two - four. Colour or stripes aren't important, I'd rather have lower price. My preference would be for natural, raw wool colour, but I'm not picky.

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    Newbie redbanker's Avatar
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    I'm in too, let me know when you get them in if you end up placing an order.

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    Also in for 2

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    wool blankets. How do I order 2 ?

    How do I order 2 Blankets ??

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    I'm in for two. Wool blankets are an endangered species around here... Of all places... Last time I saw one for sale was in the 80's or 90's...

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    I'll take two myself

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    2 for Queen size please.
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