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Linen Stitch Throw

Jake Arnold for Parachute

$229

Reminiscent of evenings in the countryside and late nights by the beach – our versatile throw is made of 100% linen with a contrast whip stitching for a tailored look and feel. Part of our Jake Arnold for Parachute exclusive collection, it’s designed to become a staple piece for your home. Dress your bed, take it to the sofa or bring for chilly nights out by the fire.

This neutral colored throw is made of thick, 100% linen for a nature-inspired look and softly textured feel. The contrast whip stitch detailing adds a luxurious, custom-made appeal to this comfy and super versatile staple piece.

Machine washable.

Shipping:

  • Standard Shipping: This item ships via UPS Ground and is eligible for standard shipping. We ship via USPS for PO Box addresses. We are unable to support shipping to APO/DPO/FPO.

  • Faster Shipping: We offer faster shipping estimated to arrive in 3-4 days, for a fee of $20 or 15% of your order total, whichever is greater. Orders must be placed by 12pm EST to ship within the same day. Please note there may be carrier and weather delays that can affect arrival times.

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  • We ship within the U.S.A., including Alaska and Hawaii. 

Returns:

  • Free returns within 60 days apply to all products except mattresses, furniture, last chance items and final sale items.

  • You can return by mail, in store or at a Happy Returns Bar. Due to size restrictions, we do not accept returns of duvet inserts, pillows, mattress pads, feather beds, rugs, or oversized quilts at Happy Returns Bars.

  • Returns will be refunded to the original method of payment. Shipping and handling fees are nonrefundable.

Why We're Different

This item is made in a family-owned factory located in northern India that prides itself on holding quality above all else. 

We are Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified (16.HUS.93300, HOHENSTEIN HTTI), meaning this product surpasses the highest criterion of testing for harmful chemicals and synthetics.  Learn more about Oeko-Tex certification on the Blog.