Why do we use Merino Wool over Shetland or other wools?
All of our blankets are made from 100% natural fibres.
You can also head to our blog, The Fire Pit and get some sustainability tips, adventure ideas and stories from us as we explore the Cornish Coast!
Our merino wool comes from a certified source, maintaining the highest welfare standards and sustainable best practices.
Our blankets are very resilient and work brilliantly as a beach blanket, post-water wrap up or as an extra layer in a tent or van.
Merino's natural fibres allow odours to simply pass through. No need to wash this blanket but if you do want to, it will be fine in the machine.
The all-natural merino wool wicks away sweat, just like performance sports clothes and keeps you warm as you would expect from wool.
Our 100% British made wool throws will bring timeless charm, heritage and, most importantly, comfort to your home. Natural wool throws are far more durable and will outlast similar synthetic imitations while also outperforming them too, with better temperature regulation and humidity control. Our wool throws are ideal for adding a splash of colour to your décor or as beautiful gift for someone special.
This is 'The Saffron' a beautiful salmon colour that is actually named after a baking ingredient used throughout Cornwall. If you've not tried a Saffron Bun then you are missing out!
For anyone with a TR postcode (also comes Carbon Neutral!) and for any orders in the UK over £100.
We will always source from the most sustainable places and practices that are available. We will always keep our impact at the lowest possible. For our full plan you can click here.
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Who are cornish & cosy?
Our stakeholders should be free to find joy in our products and business, our business will be remote working, low-carbon and built around a life-work balance, not a work-life balance.
We understand and respect our impact on the world. We commit to the highest standards of sustainability that we can and reduce our impact wherever possible.
Human beings are all equal and we will meet everyone with that thought in our minds. We will choose to be kind rather than right.
The sacred space where everyone can feel safe and cosy. This can be anywhere for anyone and we will create space in our business for people to share what that word means for them.
We are inspired by the beauty around us and use nature as our muse to design and manufacture our products.
To create a world where everyone can experience the feeling of being cosy...
Awesome blanket, the colour is amazing, it’s perfect after coming out the sea and you need something to wrap up with.
I was very pleased with this adventure blanket, its super comfy and you can tell its really well made.
Our blankets are inspired and chosen to represent Cornwall but made in a lovely mill in Yorkshire. Abraham Moon & Sons have been making things from wool since 1837. Even though it's more expensive to do so we believe in keeping our manufacturing in the UK and eventually here in Cornwall.
As far as we can tell there is only one flock of Merino sheep in the UK. They reside in Devon and most of their wool goes to a select supplier. Moons get our Merino wool from South Africa. Our dream is to also have a flock of Merino sheep here in Cornwall but our climate is not their favourite and we will have to spend a lot of time planning for that expansion.
All orders are shipped the next day and will arrive within 3-5 business days. We will place your blanket lovingly into a recycled cardboard box, throw in some information about your blanket and get it on it's way as soon as we can.
The 'Ocean' | 100% Merino Wool
The ‘Ocean’ is inspired by the Cornish coast. We are so blessed here to be able to venture into the water all year round. Whether it’s surfing on the North Coast in Porthtowan or swimming in the calmer waters of Swanpool.
The 'Saffron' | 100% Merino Wool
The ‘Saffron’ is inspired by Cornish baking and the cakes our Mums used to make us. Saffron is an integral part of the Cornish culture and its history. Exchanged with the Phoenicians for tin and copper from the Cornish mines.