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Cozy Up With These 6 Indie Shop Throws

by Caitlin Kelch

I fell in love with Donna Wilson’s Blah Blah throw a few months ago when I discovered it on and was sweating through the humid summer in the Shenandoah Valley. Now that fall has arrived & I sit at my computer with a fleece blanket over my lap as I type, I think about it even more. This would be the perfect throw to wrap myself up in and revel in the sentiment when my family talks to me during my shows.  (I have these too.)

These 6 indie shop throws and blankets are a feast for the eyes and a big dose of cozy for the cold months to come! And there’s even a gorgeous display-worthy basket to hold them in. –Caitlin


$266 at


$79 at Kip & Co


by Rebecca Atwood $289


$250 at ABC Home


$89 at Kip & Co


$40 at


Big Box Option

(100% Wool) Sale Price: $105 / Regular Price: $150 at Target


Under $150 Option

$128 at Terrain

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  • WEIRD.
    I was walking my dogs today, and I passed by a parked station wagon with a bunch of baskets in the cargo area. One of them, I swear, was that Amelia basket. I actually stopped to admire it, and thought about how handsome it was (especially that leather wrapped handle, though the one I saw had a neutral colored leather) and how it was probably a vintage heirloom or a bajillion dollars.

    So thank you for eerily anticipating a thing that I’d be interested in buying. I’ve never before wanted to buy a basket, either.

    • HA! That’s fantastic Rachel :) I love when that happens. I hope you and your basket are united.


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