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Knitted Throws

cocoon in bundles of comfort with our knitted throws.

There’s nothing like cosying up in a carefully knitted throw that feels like a gift from grandma. Whether you prefer a classic herringbone blanket to drape over your sofa, or a chunky knit throw to wrap up in through winter – explore chic signature designs in a range of neutral, warmingly earthy and bold bright shades. Shop the collection.

Our knit throw blankets are irresistibly cosy and refreshingly lightweight, making them the ideal accessory for comfort in every season. Swathe yourself in the finest herringbone and thick waffle weaves, embrace a burst of boho with tufted designs and tassels, or turn up the textures with feathery fringed edges.

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Cosy in winter, airy in summer, and a stylish addition to your sofa or bed year-round – you don’t get much more versatile than a knitted throw. Drape over the back of your sofa for a richly layered look, spread across the foot of your bed for that five-star feel, or envelop yourself in the ideal layer of warming softness. We’ve got breathable 100% cotton options for the perfect summer blanket, as well as fine synthetic fabrics that strike the perfect balance of comfort and durability. 

Get up-close and personal with our stunning selection of knit throw blankets by heading over to our Inspiration Blog. We’ve covered all-things-throws – from how to pick the right throw for you to 5 ways to style throws in your home.

what is a knitted throw?

Knitted throws are made by inter-looping yarns at right angles to each other. The yarn which runs horizontally across the blanket is known as the weft, while the yarn running vertically is called the warp.

Weft knitted blankets are made by stitching left to right across the fabric and creating rows of yarn. This is the easiest and most common method of knitting, producing an elastic, stretchable and highly insulating blanket.

Warp knitted throws are made by interweaving yarn vertically along the length of the fabric. As they’re much more customisable, they’re usually made by machines. They’re less likely to lose their shape and have a super-soft texture that’s gorgeously tactile.

can you wash a knitted throw blanket?

Most of our knitted throws are easy-care and fully machine washable, because we know that spills, splashes and stains are just a part of life. Make sure to check specific cleaning guidelines on each individual product page, or carefully read the care label on your throw blanket.

Most of our woven blankets will do best in a cold machine wash on a delicate cycle. Some of our synthetic options are spot-clean only, but will respond well to a quick scrub and soak with some light detergent.

We advise against ironing or tumble drying your knitted throw, as you might cause damage or loss of quality to the woven yarns. Air drying on a clothesline is the safest and most effective way to dry knits, and it’s a great eco-friendly alternative to using a tumble dryer.

how to style a knit throw blanket.

Our knitted throws are comfortably cosy, perfect for layering, refreshingly lightweight and wrinkle-resistant – making them an ideal fit with any number of interior styles. How you choose to store or display your throw will make all the difference when it comes to style, so have a think about what kind of look you’re going for. 

Fold your knitted throw in half and drape it over the back of your sofa for a rumpled, lived-in look that’s effortlessly stylish. For bed throws, do the same fold and drape over the foot or corner of your bed. It’ll look stylishly scattered, and will give your space a chicly laidback vibe.

If you prefer a more polished look, fold your sofa throw lengthwise into thirds and pop it on the arm of your sofa. Place on the corner of your bed for a similar sophisticated look in the bedroom, and coordinate with a healthy bundle of cushions, pillow shams, bedspreads and more to pad out the design.

Needing inspiration? Check out our handy guide on how to dress your sofa. It’s full of top tips and style advice to get your sofa looking showroom ready.