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Perfect Seattle Picnic Blanket

Eliminate wet blankets forever with this supersonic product from local company Fruitsuper Design

By Seattle Mag July 31, 2012

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This article originally appeared in the August 2012 issue of Seattle magazine.

Newsflash: Seattle weather is fickle. Which is exactly why local company Fruitsuper design (fruitsuper.com) developed a new waterproof picnic blanket—to ensure that outdoor eating and seating this summer are both dry and delightful. The reversible, lightweight blanket ($98), made of soft, smooth 600 denier polyester, comes equipped with weighted corners and an integrated shoulder strap for easy carrying. Now let’s hope the firm is at work on an ant-proof picnic basket.

 

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