East Bloc wool blanket, gray, surplus
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Okay, we're not entirely sure where these actually come from, but the fabric looks and especially feels very Eastern (could be Bulgarian or Hungarian or Russian or whatever). If you don't need a luxury blanket, this is for you.
Working class model - uneven cut, made of rough but definitely 100% natural wool/hair, possibly cobbled together from multiple pieces, kinda like the Eastern equivalent of our Jämä production would do.
Measures 140 x 200 cm, about. Enough to fit a humanoid under it at least.
Some kind of army surplus?
No hard data on the origin, but these seemed to be in nice condition overall.