The Seljak Moontide blanket is part of Seljak's Rugged range. Moontide is inspired by the way the moon reflects on the water, creating a pathway back to the horizon. Made of deadstock upholstery yarn at a mill in Geelong, Australia, this durable blanket is perfect for indoors and out. Take picnicking, on an adventure or stay cosy at home with Seljak Moontide.
- Made in Geelong, Australia
- 92% wool / 8% nylon
- Whipstitch finish
- H×W: 180 × 150 ㎝
- Carbon neutral, closed-loop, sustainable, ethically made
- For every blanket sold, Seljak donate $5 to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre
Because this is a naturally antibacterial product, the easiest way to clean your blanket is to air it out by hanging it in the sun (plus it's environmentally friendly). Spot clean dirty marks and spills with lukewarm soapy water. If necessary, machine wash at maximum 30 degrees with a wool wash and hang dry. Reducing machine washing extends your blanket’s life and reduces energy and water consumption.
Closing the loop
Seljak Brand's recycled wool blankets are made out of factory floor offcuts from a minimum of 70% recycled wool and a 30% blend of other fibres and poly for strength. Wool is a natural fibre that is incredibly hard to replicate - it’s a renewable resource, it is odour and stain resistant, antibacterial, lightweight, breathable and insulating. After your blanket has enjoyed a long, adventurous life we’ll collect it free of charge using a carbon neutral courier service. Back at the mill, we’ll shred it and spin it into new yarn to make future blankets. This circular model allows us to divert waste from landfill and create a luxurious and useful blanket for your cosiness.
Sam and Karina Seljak are two sisters who imagine a world without waste. Since 2016, they've found new ways of making and using beautiful things that are closed loop by design. Globally, 87% of all disposed textiles are sent to landfill or incinerated, releasing harmful greenhouse gases.
Seljak Brand launched in March 2016 and has since worked towards accelerating the transition towards a more circular economy. Working with Australia’s oldest mill in Tasmania and a 92-year-old weaving mill in Lithuania to weave recycled wool blankets that are closed loop.
The blankets are made from a minimum of 70% recycled merino or lambswool and a 30% blend of other fibres (mohair, cotton and alpaca) and poly for strength. Wool is a natural fibre that is incredibly hard to replicate – it’s a renewable resource, it is odour and stain-resistant, antibacterial, lightweight, breathable and insulating.