Chapters Indigo: Super Soft Reading Throws Were $50 | Now $20

Chapters Indigo: Super Soft Reading Throws Were $50 | Now $20


Chapters Indigo has discounted a bunch of Super Soft Reading Throws from $49.95 down to just $19.50 each. These are perfect for the coming cold weather ahead as they can be used as throws across a bead, chair, or couch.

Three colours are already sold out, thus leaving four colours still in stock: dark shadow, port, tourmaline, and vintage khaki. This super cute little throw measures a generous 50" by 70" with a long twisted fringe. It is 100% acrylic is they recommend hand-washing in cold water and drying flat. Most people only wash their blankets a few times a year anyway, so this should not be an issue.

This knit blanket would make a very nice blanker for a child's bed or a throw across random pieces of furniture. I work at the kitchen table and find the plastic seats a bit cold in the winter. I currently throw a wool blanket over the chair for working, but a nice little throw like this would be wonderful. I do like the colours, and would try and find one to match my cat so I don't see all his hairs. *eep*

Currently they have rave reviews from customers for everything - softness, thickness, appearance - except for the colour on one of the red ones. Two reviewers both found that the colour was darker than it looked online. As one reviewer said:

I purchased this on the $25.00 special I'm glad I read a review because I did want a darker red then what was shown. It is defiantly a deep bordeaux colour. It's not too thin, not too thick. Hand wash so a tad delicate I presume. Love it. (Cat approved)

The other colours are quite nice as well with a deep blue, beige, red, and blue still available. The tourmaline (blue) is my favourite as the colour is so vibrant! At just under $20 per throw, I think this is a great deal.

Receive free shipping on orders of $25 or more. I recommend tossing a 6” Pillar Candle – Ivory on sale from $10 down to $7 in order to receive free shipping. Also, a candle and a throw are just made for each other.

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