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Top 5 summer blankets
We are bringing Ecuador to the Netherlands this summer. Our beautiful native plaids with authentic South American prints bring the Ecuadorian sun with them. Can you imagine it already? Nice outside on the grass with one of our picnic blankets and a good book. Or relax on the veranda in your favourite garden chair with one of our blankets. Everything is possible!
Our top 5 summer blankets are cheerful, incredibly soft and original! They consist of 70 percent alpaca wool and are handcrafted in Ecuador by local communities. In addition, the blankets are directly sourced to the Netherlands without an intermediary. The makers of the blankets receive a fair amount, this is very important to us. That is why we want to make as many people as possible enthusiastic about these wonderful products.
Finally summer in the Netherlands! Because Ecuador is located on the equator, there are hardly any temperature differences throughout the year and the country roughly has two seasons, namely the dry season and the rainy season. But back to the Netherlands, where it is now finally above 20 degrees, and therefore the perfect time to sit in the garden, in the park or on your balcony. A blanket from EcuaFina should not be missing here. Below you will find our top 5 summer blankets with the most cheerful colors and prints for the summer of 2022!
1. Antisana pink
The Antisana pink has not been in our collection for very long but is already doing very well. The pink tones mixed with turquoise and dark blue give the blanket a perfect summer look. In addition to this pink blanket, we also have the Antisana print in an orange blanket and in a brown blanket.
In the photo below you can see the Antisana pink, which is held by the weavers in Ecuador who made the blanket. This photo was taken just before the blankets were packed for shipping to the Netherlands.
In our previous blog 'New in the collection, the Antisana' we tell you more about these blankets, including where the name comes from!
2. Chimborazo pink
This photo is from a while ago. Rebecca enjoyed a picnic shoot here with her son José Miguel and little Sophie - who is now already 1 year old - in her belly. The native plaids are approximately 195 centimeters wide and 235 centimeters long. Large enough to sit on with your whole family or group of friends. A picnic becomes a lot more fun when you sit on such a colorful plaid right?
Wondering how to organize the perfect picnic? You read it here!