Seljak Brand's award-winning recycled wool blankets are made from factory floor offcuts, deadstock yarn, or post-consumer textiles waste like old woolen jumpers. The mill Seljak works with in Lithuania is almost a century old and its Italian weaving machinery produces very high-quality recycled textiles and intricate designs. The mill collects offcuts from the factory floors of 16 mills around Europe and pools them together for processing in Lithuania. This mill also weaves with the aforementioned post-consumer textiles yarn made in Italy. Recycling wool is important because it’s too precious to throw in the bin. Wool is a natural fiber that is incredibly hard to replicate – it’s a renewable resource, it is odor and stain resistant, lightweight, breathable and insulating.