Here’s a unique gift. Phillip Stearns sells glitch blankets fashioned after actual corrupt digital images. They are several hundred dollars each, depending on the size and the variation.
This is a video from 2011, but it’s the first time I’m seeing it. I really like Faribault’s wool collection and it’s always cool to see these blankets and throws being made.
U.S. Military Surplus wool blankets are fire retardants also? I didn’t know that. That’s kind of cool, but I can’t imagine what the initial smell must be like.
Pendleton’s line of National Park blankets are gorgeous. This one for Rainier National Park is $188 for a full size bed and $218 for a Queen. If you hate Rainier National Park, you can choose from a range of other Pendleton National Park blankets here.