Outlander Murtagh Throw Blanket -
Do the words "Je Suis Prest" mean anything to you? How about Craigh Na Dun? Have you heard of a place called Lallybroch or Fraser's Ridge?
If any of this rings a bell, then this iconic Outlander Murtagh Throw Blanket is definitely for YOU!!
As a tribute to one of my favorite shows, I created this gorgeous blanket with an image of the infamous "Murtagh" and the phrase, "Don't go alone, take Murtagh with you," that only the most loyal fans will know the meaning of!!
It will having you dreaming of the wide-open beauty of Scotland, the thriving homestead of North Carolina, and the time-traveling love story that has weaved it's way into our hearts!
Plus...there's no better way to survive "Droughtlander" than with a cozy blanket to use while re-watching this binge worthy show! Jamie would be so proud to know you're displaying his Fraser clan plaid and beloved Godfather!!
• 100% polyester
• Soft silk touch fabric
• Printing on one side
• White reverse side
• Flame retardant
**** This item is shipped directly from the print shop, so please contact me if you have any trouble with your order!! All sales are final - no returns, exchanges, cancellations, or refunds. ****
Thanks so much for stopping by! Je suis prest!!
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