This inspirational quote blanket has a simple, yet meaningful sentiment that will help your loved one remember how strong, brave, and loved they really are. Each time your loved one uses this blanket, it is like they are receiving a powerful mantra in the form of a cozy hug from you.
The mandala in the middle is a spiritual symbol with its roots in Hinduism and Buddhism. It is representative of the universe and symbolizes the idea that life is neverending and that everything is connected. It can also symbolize a spiritual journey. The ombre gradient includes purple. lavender, blue, and teal to create a beautiful blanket that will be cherished by your gift recipient.
Our blankets make thoughtful and useful gifts for someone undergoing chemotherapy treatment for cancer. A blanket makes a nice gift because it will help keep your loved one warm during chemo infusions, while recovering from surgery, or while they are recovering at home. Our blankets are thin enough to travel in a tote bag because they are a single layer of brushed fleece, but the material is ultra-soft, cozy, and warm to help your loved one stay comfortable through treatment.
For more chemotherapy gift ideas, check out our list of the Best Gifts for Cancer Patients.
Still haven’t received it my daughter has cancer bought it for treatment days
Hi Tyler - I'm sorry to hear you had some trouble with your package. The tracking number shows that this was delivered at your door on December 18th. I just sent you an email so we can help you resolve this issue. Thank you.
This was a gift to a family member going through cancer treatment. They were very touched by it and said it was beautiful.
Bought it for a family friend who is going through chemotherapy treatments. She loves it!
My daughter loves her new blanket. It’s so soft and the design is so her. She has been using it every night to sleep with!
This is a lovely, soft blanket I got as a gift to my Mom for taking with her to chemo and when resting at home. I live in another state so am not able to help with her care very often. Fortunately my sisters and Dad can help her and I gave this blanket as my way to be there when I can not be.