Alto Drift Throw
Alto Drift Throw was announced on 29 November 2014: “Fluffy clouds drift across the sky… a dreamy throw for your family.”
Throws are part of the ‘My Oscha’ collection.
“These items have been specially woven to make thick, cosy blankets, they feature our exclusively adapted patterns and are made in merino lambswool with a blanket stitch hem.
Oscha throws have been specially woven to make thick, cosy blankets, they feature our exclusively adapted patterns and are made in organic cotton and lambswool with a blanket stitch hem. The throws are perfect for use on a single bed, a runner for a double bed or laid decoratively over an armchair, ready to warm you up on chilly evenings.
As always they have been lovingly woven in Great Britain from the finest yarns and finished without the use of any nasties. Lambswool is naturally anti-bacterial, and it is good for allergy sufferers as it repels dustmites. It wicks moisture and is temperature regulating. Lamsbwool throws can be handwashed or put in the machine on a wool wash setting so they are easy to care for. Throws measure approx 190cm x 135cm.”
“Stunning jacquard woven pieces for you, your home and your family. My Oscha brings the beauty of Oscha designs and fabrics to a range of lovingly made products for everyone, they also make fantastic gifts for friends and family. You will find a variety of crafted items all made in our small Scottish workshop ready for you to take home, from specially woven lambswool throws to elegant shawls in striking colours, you will also find cute toy wraps and ring slings in a range of eye-catching patterns to suit every toddler’s taste.”
The pattern name Alto has been derived from Altocumulus, a meteorologic names for certain types of clouds. Alto means high and cumulus means heaped. The pattern features pairs of two clouds evenly spaced on the fabric, thus creating a repetitive pattern of Japanese style clouds. Released after the pattern ‘Strato‘, ‘Alto’ features more spaced cloud
As referred to in the description, white clouds drifting by in a blue sky – ‘drift’ features white clouds in a blue sky.