New Yorker’s first new wool blanket is a real thing

Engadgets New Yorker New Yorker, the first wool blanket created by New Yorker designer Kate Hickey, is now available for pre-order.

The $250 blanket features a faux-wool lining, with the wool blanket being folded up, sewn up, and then folded up again, and a little extra padding added to the sides to add a little more protection.

The blanket is available for $50 through the site right now, but it will go up for preorder on Monday, February 15th.

The blanket features an original wool lining, which is a natural wool that is not dyed or bleached, and is incredibly soft.

The lining is soft enough to allow for comfort, while still maintaining its strength and durability.

Hickey says that the blanket was created to keep a little bit of warmth inside, and was also designed to help with allergies, particularly when it comes to allergens.

The wool blanket comes in three sizes and has a maximum size of 26 inches.

The width of the wool is 32 inches, which makes it one of the most wide wool blankets on the market.

Hacking out a new blanket can be time consuming, so the designers at Engadges New Yorker used Kickstarter to raise the $250 amount to make the blanket.

They then used Kickstarter’s backing to print the blanket, and are now working with their manufacturer to ship the blanket to customers.

The new wool blankets are a welcome change to a time when wool blankets can be quite expensive.

The most expensive wool blanket in the US is the American White, at $4,300.

That blanket costs around $1,800.

In New York, it’s estimated that wool blankets cost about $3,400, but in the rest of the country, the price of a wool blanket varies from $200 to $350 depending on where it is made.

You can find out the wool blankets available at your local flea market or Amazon.