The tradition of weaving in Wales goes right back to the Middle Ages. The country's hills and lowland pastures make for great sheep country and fast running streams provided the power needed in the pre-industrial age. The industry declined greatly after World War I, with only a few mills surviving. Melin Tregwynt, which sits along the Pembrokeshire coast in West Wales, is one of them.
- 51" x 70" - 100% pure new wool
- Dry cleaning is recommended to best maintain the throw's size, handle, and appearance.