Travel Blanket

Hi all,

 

I've been looking for a good all around travel blanket and need some help.  I don't have the slightest idea what would work best.  We always fly to our port city and I really don't like the idea of using the airline supplied blanket. Since I'm always cold on the airplane I would like to bring my own blanket.  Something light weight that I can put in my carry on.

Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Bonnie

14 Answers

A fleece throw would be light weight and warm. You can often catch them for $5-$10 bucks at Walmart, etc.

Sorry, can't help you there Linus.

Look at your local Dollar store,  then you can just through them out after a trip.

Killing me BAK ... good one 

 

Thank you, I'll look into that.

Thank you, AuntPinkie,

 

I really like the Travel Smith blanket. Also, the idea that I could actually design my own is appealing, and the Brookstone looks good as well.

Thank you, AuntPinkie,

 

I really like the Travel Smith blanket. Also, the idea that I could actually design my own is appealing, and the Brookstone looks good as well.

You are most welcome.  I have one my Mom made for me.  I rarely travel with it as it is more sentimental than practical.

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