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Frequently Asked Christmas Throw Pillows & Blankets Questions
When the weather outside looks frightful, snuggle under one of our cozy Christmas throws and blankets. Wrap up in stylish, comfy pieces with a luxurious texture and feel that fits your Christmas decor budget — and they’re machine washable.

Make your home extra merry and bright with our Christmas throw pillows and Christmas pillowcases, many with handcrafted designs. Our Christmas pillow covers measure 18 inches by 18 inches and 20 inches by 20 inches and also can refresh your existing throw pillows without the need for extra storage. With these splashes of color making your house a home, you won’t want to go dashing back out into the cold anytime soon.

Which Throw Blanket is Warmest?
A Christmas throw blanket that’s bound to be warm will include materials such as fleece, wool, cotton, and microfiber. Microfiber can be blends of acrylic, polyester, nylon, and rayon or natural fibers such as linen, cotton, and wool. Synthetic fibers such as microfiber are generally durable and long-wearing, so they hold their color and shape.

What is the Difference Between Throws and Blankets?
It all comes down to size. A Christmas throw blanket, also called a Christmas throw, is actually a small blanket, typically suitable for one person (or a parent and small child on a sleepy Christmas night). The average standard size is about 36 inches by 50 inches. Thus, more than one person can cuddle under a blanket, which uses the same sizing that matches a mattress: twin, queen, or king.

What is the Difference Between a Comforter and a Throw Blanket?
Much like the difference between a throw and a blanket, a throw is smaller than a comforter and usually perfect for one person to keep their feet warm while on the sofa or relaxing in a recliner. A comforter, like a blanket, follows the same sizing as a mattress. However, a comforter also is warmer than a throw or a throw blanket because a comforter has an insulated filling, such as duck or goose feathers, cotton, or polyester. A throw or blanket is lighter because it uses a single layer of fabric.

What is the Perfect Size Throw Blanket?
The average size of a throw blanket is 36 inches by 50 inches, but we say the perfect size throw blanket has the warmth you want without weighing you down. A throw that’s about 50 inches by 60 inches, for instance, is large enough for tucking underneath with a cup of hot cocoa but small enough to fold over the sofa without looking like you’ve brought your bedding into the living room.