Tailored to meet your specific needs

Since 2008, we've been your trusted partner for premium woollen gifts, supplying businesses and individuals with customised options to impress clients, staff, and colleagues.

Whether you need bespoke embroidery or a unique gift box, we make the process seamless and straightforward.

Our natural, durable wool throws and blankets are not only long-lasting but also leave a lasting impression.

How does it work?

  1. Let us know the product and quantity that your require.
  2. You share your colours, logo, sizing, etc (if you choose to have embroidery) and we provide a proof and share a quote.
  3. Once approved, we get the products embroidered, if this is what you require.
  4. They’re all yours!

FAQs About Corporate Gifting

Can I put my logo on the throws?

Yes, we offer embroidery for our entire throw range. The cost of this depends on the quantities and how complex your logo is. We take you through the process from choosing sizes, colours and designs to match.

Which products do you offer for Corporate Gifting?

Our Merino & Pure NZ Wool throw range, NZ Wool Bedding Blanket range and Merino Scarves are all available for Corporate Gifting.

What does it cost?

The pricing of the products depends on how many you want to order, with the minimum order quantity being 10 units. Please inquire to view our Corporate Pricing guide.

What is the turnaround time?

We can get the products to the embroidery in the next business day, depending on stock levels.

We then aim to get the products to you within two weeks from when an order is confirmed.

Sometimes our mill can be out of stock of some designs, but we generally hold very good stock levels of the throws that are commonly used for corporate gifts.

What do you need from us?

If you want embroidery, we require a PDF of your logo, your Pantone colour, the size you want the logo to be, and your choice of blanket/throw you want to use.

Who are your usual clients?

We work with real estate agents, winerys, small businesses, lodges, large corporations and more to suit their needs. Read about Our Projects here.

Do you offer a box?

You can choose to add our Woollen Wonders Box, which includes a free gift of a Wooden Wool Care Comb to look after any wool jerseys or knitwear. This offers a perfect all round gift.

We would love to hear from you

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FAQs About Our Products


Yes, wool throws are warm. Wool is a natural insulator and can help regulate body temperature, making it an excellent material for keeping warm. Wool fibres can trap air, which helps to retain body heat, making it an excellent choice for blankets and throws. Additionally, wool is known for its breathability, which can prevent overheating and make it a comfortable choice for all seasons. How else can a sheep keep warm in the deep chills of winter?!


This depends on the type of wool and the individual's sensitivity to wool. Some people find wool to be soft and comfortable, while others may find it irritating to their skin. We only use high-quality wool and top-of-the-line manufacturing equipment to process the throws and blankets, so irritation is not common among our customers.  If you are particularly sensitive to wool, you may want to consider a blanket made from merino wool, known for being particularly soft and less likely to cause itching. 


Yes, we get this question a lot! Also known as a throw blanket, travelling rug, or just a rug, a wool throw is a smaller-sized blanket made from sheep wool. Made to wrap yourself or your pet in or to drape over a sofa, chair, or bed to add extra warmth and comfort to a space. Wool throws are typically lighter and more decorative than larger wool blankets and are often used for snuggling up on chilly evenings or as a decorative accent in a room.


Firefighters in England use wool in their jackets - now that says something! Wool has natural fire-resistant properties because it is difficult to ignite, burns slowly, and can self-extinguish. This is why many people are pushing for wool to be mandatory in carpets for schools and buildings due to its ability to slow fires down or help prevent them from starting in the first place. However, it is still recommended to keep wool blankets away from open flames or heat sources as they can still catch fire if exposed to a high enough temperature for a sustained period. 


Wool is considered to be hypoallergenic due to its unique natural properties. Unlike synthetic materials, wool fibres are breathable, which allows air to circulate and prevents the growth of bacteria and mould that can trigger allergies. Wool fibres are also resistant to dust mites, which are a common allergen. Additionally, wool does not absorb moisture as readily as synthetic fibres, which can lead to the development of mould and mildew.


Yes, all our wool products are washable. Below is a handy guide on how each of our products can be washed. If you have any more questions, feel free to reach out to me by email or social media. 

  • Do not wash your throw in the washing machine. The heat can cause shrinkage, and the spinning can cause loss of shape. 
  • This product is not suitable for bleaching. 
  • When ironing this product, use a cool setting with a max temperature of 110 degrees Celcius. 
  • Cleaning this product will require professional dry cleaning.  

Wool is a 100% natural fibre and with the right care our blankets and throws can last for generations. We recommend dry cleaning.


How easy is it to look after knitwear?

It’s not that difficult to look after your wool. It may not be as simple as other garments which can be thrown in a washing machine, but it’s not as hard as many believe. If you follow the instructions carefully you’ll discover that it will be worth the extra effort.

How do I wash my cashmere?

Most of our wool is hand wash unless otherwise stated. Do not wring or rub as this will stretch your garment. Rinse thoroughly but carefully and dry flat on a towel to help soak up any excess water.

How do I store my cashmere?

During the warmer months, chances are your knitwear won’t be worn as much as they were during the winter. Because of this you need to ensure that they are properly stored and protected. Always ensure your cashmere is clean before storing it.


We have a shop at 30 West Coast Road, Yaldhurst, Christchurch, where we display most of our products. Due to our range of so many (over 70) wool throws, we usually don't have all these on display but can arrange for them to be brought to the shop, along with any other products, if they are in stock.


No. All prices on our website are GST (tax) inclusive.


For international orders outside New Zealand, it is up to you as the customer to clear any customs issues if they arise. We have never had any orders overseas, but checks and clarences can happen.

What are your payment options?

We offer Apple Pay, Google Pay, Visa, Shop Pay and MasterCard. If you would prefer to online bank please send me an email at polly@exquisitewooltraders.co.nz and I will send you an invoice with account details for internet banking. If you prefer this option please send full delivery instructions for sending products.Our shop is also open Mon-Fri to view our range.

What if I would like to exchange the colour of the purchased product?

We only accept exchanges not refunds, if you are needing to exchange a product you will be charged an additional delivery charge.  Please do take the time and choose carefully.