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Fabrics & Linens: Hand-Woven Blankets from JF & Son

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Fabrics & Linens: Hand-Woven Blankets from JF & Son

Josh Groves December 20, 2010

New York designers Jesse Finkelstein and Katie King of JF & Son create their own textiles and handwork, which they produce out of their studio in New Delhi. Although they mainly focus on clothing, we like their line of hand-woven, limited-edition angora blend blankets made in Noida, India. The blankets measure approximately 60 by 90 inches and are available in four colorways; $128 to $178 at JF & Son.

Above: The Hudson Blanket is $178.

Above: The Tan Hatch Mark Blanket is $148.

Above: The Black Hatch Mark Blanket is $128.

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