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A River of Warmth │ Unity Alley Boutique │ American Made Blankets

Have you ever come across clothing, or home goods, or accessories (or even people) that are above and beyond what you expected? And after marveling at their awesomeness, you quip the obvious and inevitable question, "Where have you been all my life?" and then "Why haven't I known about you?"

Yeah, well this just happened to me with these gorgeous blankets and throws, by Unity Alley. I'm literally in awe at their beauty. And that they're made right here in the USA is the icing on the cake. Plus, these throws are made of organic and/or  recycled cotton-acrylic yarns.Absolutely gorgeous texture and feel. Very soft, very quality-made, very unique.

The size is perfect, too. Great as a throw for the sofa or chair, and works equally well for a twin, double and even a queen bed. It's on our bed right now and matches perfectly. This pattern is called Two Twirls.

Honestly, I want more of these blankets. I can't get over the American made quality behind it. I support local, I support small business (partly because I'm both, and yes, Unity Alley is on Etsy as well) and I especially support USA made products. You guys, these blankets make great gifts (for yourself!) and you can have them custom made as well with your own logos, designs or brands. Plus, there are baby and kid sizes. (They thought of everyone, here).

Visit their website right now ► Unity Alley. I guarantee you will want one of each and then some.

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Along with the blanket, the morning was gorgeous too...

Applicable Song: You Go to my Head, Billie Holiday










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