Incredibly soft, plush fleece. Must FEEL to believe!
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39" x 47"
66" x 90"
90" x 90"
108" x 90"
Tussah is also called "Peace silk" or "Eco silk"
because no worms are harmed in the production
If you thought silk blankets were smooth and
you will be pleasantly surprised by this soft, fuzzy, plush
version. Tussah is a deluxe grade of "raw" silk,
which has more of a "wooly" quality.
These incredible blankets
look like fleece, but
are much softer. As a bonus, Tussah silk
blankets also have some wonderful health benefits.
Available in natural, blue, pink, or camel.
Notice how beautifully Tussah silk dyes,
with colors slightly muted by the soft
undertone of beige.
Why choose silk
Silk holds in warmth while letting your skin breathe. As one
customer who bought our silk blanket says, "This finally solved the too
hot/too cold problem of my other bedding."
Silk is a purely natural animal protein containing amino acids, which can retard
aging of skin and speed up wound healing. It can
promote healthy cell metabolism.
Silk can even make life easier for those who suffer from
There are many varieties
and grades of raw silk. The type in our silk blankets is the highest
grade of raw silk. It's created by
Tussah caterpillars in the wild in tropical
or semi-tropical regions. Their silk is not
gathered until after the moth emerges,
therefore it has
earned the names "peace silks" and
"eco silks" because no
larvae or pupae are harmed in the
Why choose Tussah?
Tussah silks are
generally stronger and more resilient than
cultivated "white" silks, because Tussah
caterpillars eat many kinds of different
tree leaves rich in tannin. This causes
their silk to be beige- to brownish-toned.
Wild Tussah silk fleece bedding is ideal for
everyone, from newborn babies and children to
adults to the elderly. No matter what the age, a
silk blanket makes a wonderful gift. Buy one for
yourself and one for someone you care about!
Wild Tussah caterpillars thrive in
tropical or semi-tropical forests
organically raised. Their
silk is gathered after the moth
(This type of silk does not have the polished
sheen normally associated with silk. So if you prefer smooth "satin silk" check out our exquisite
silk duvet comforter sets.)
Silk Blanket Care Instructions:
Dry-cleaning is recommended for best results. Our raw silk blankets can
be washed by machine in cold water as long as your washer has a gentle,
delicate, or silk cycle.
Do not use bleach. After machine-washing your raw silk blanket will need to be
fluffed in the dryer on air-only or low heat to return to its original shape.
However, when it comes to washing and drying silk blankets, some
machines are more gentle than others. This is why, if there is any doubt on your
part, SimoSilk recommends having your silk blanket professionally
I washed the silk blanket this weekend in my front loading washer
on delicate and dried it (also on delicate). It washed
beautifully. To my surprise there was very little lint in the
lint trap of the dryer after it was done. It did not shrink or
change color, no pilling either! This is a wonderful product
and I will certainly be purchasing more of them from you. This
finally solved the too hot/too cold problem of my other
óBarbara G of Bonita, CA
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