Eco-Friendly Blankets to Help You Stay Warm Through the Winter

Winter Throw Blankets Made with Eco-Friendly Materials

With the winter season upon us, it’s that time of the year for bundling up and staying warm once again. However, staying safe and cozy inside your home is even more important this year, especially with the coronavirus still lurking around. 

The good news is that you can continue to make your stay at home comfortable by finding a good woven throw blanket to wrap yourself around with. Then, once you’re all wrapped up, you can proceed to enjoy your favorite Netflix show or your hot drink of choice. 

With that said, you should know that not all blankets in the market today are good for you. There are those which are made with synthetic materials that can be harmful to both the human body and the planet. 

Nevertheless, there are far better alternatives, such as our eco-friendly throw blankets. These are created with ethically sourced, gentle, organic, and natural materials. Ultimately, they allow you to stay snuggled up without exposing you to harmful toxins. 

It’s also worth mentioning that these blankets handwoven with 100% cotton by a group of women in rural Tanzania. If you have been looking for ways to support other moms in your own way, supporting their products is a great way to do so! 

On that note, here are three of the many eco-friendly and handwoven blankets you may want to get yourself for the winter:

1. Christmas Holiday Blanket 

This throw blanket is the perfect choice if you're looking for a luxuriously comfortable way to stay warm and cozy this chilly season. Our Holiday Blanket is a 100% cotton blanket featuring a hunter green mini chevron weave pattern. It is also adorned with fringe trim to offer a textured layer to any bedding ensemble. 

2. Cranberry Red Blanket

If you’re looking for an interesting woven throw blanket to match your favorite reading chair, this is a great option. Our Cranberry Red Blanket is 100% cotton and comes accented with a fun fringe, making it the perfect company for a warm and cozy reading session! 

3. Sage Green Blanket

For lovers of viridescent shades, you’ll never go wrong with a sage green blanket. This bears a unique, diamond weave and alternating off-white and green sage hues, bringing breezy comfort to any space. 

What’s even better is that it features a stylish fringe which brings warmth and style regardless of the occasion. With this, you can use this throw blanket well—even after the festivities have passed!

How to Find Great Eco-Friendly Blankets

If you have decided to get more earth-friendly throw blankets for your home, here are some smart tips to help you find the best ones: 

  • Choose those with naturally biodegradable fibers such as cotton, lyocell and modal, hemp, linen, and wool. These do not negatively impact the environment, even if they are washed or thrown away after they are used.

  • Go with non-toxic products and look for certifications such as OEKO-TEX, bluesign, and GOTS. Doing so will help you keep your slumber time or reading periods perfectly safe.

  • Choose the throw blanket that matches your home aesthetic. After all, it’s still important to find one that you truly like; your new blankets must be something you will treasure for a long time.



Staying warm and cozy during the winter season is important. On that note, getting yourself a new woven throw blanket is a fun and enjoyable way for you to do this. These blankets come in various colors and styles, so you’ll be sure to find the one that suits your taste and matches your home aesthetic. On top of that, there are plenty of eco-friendly options you can choose from to keep your home free from toxins. All you have to do is find the right shop to buy from and you’ll be well on your way to enjoying a warm holiday season! 

If you’re looking for attractive and environmentally friendly throw blankets for the winter season, look no further than Mamoyo! All of our products are ethically sourced and eco-friendly and created with care. Shop your holiday blanket from us today and you’ll be directly supporting small businesses, independent makers, and artisans in Tanzania!


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