Matzah Blanket

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How can you Passover this cozy matzah blanket? Wrap yourself in chametz-free warmth and recline in style.

  • 100% polyester
  • Giant matzah print
  • 60" x 80"
  • Machine wash, do not iron

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Michele M.
NOT as shown

I was excited to receive my Matzah blanket. Sadly, it is not as pictured. First, the matzah print is mostly orange and brown (burnt part?) It does not look like actual matzah. Second, the print is only on one side. The listing does not say this. Had I known these two things, I would not have purchased this blanket. That said, the blanket is soft.

Hi Michele! Thank you for taking the time to leave a review for our Matzah Blanket. We apologize that the product did not meet your expectations. We strive to provide accurate product images, and we will take your feedback into consideration for future listings. We appreciate your feedback and we're glad to hear that the blanket is soft. If there's anything else we can do to assist you, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at Thank you again for your review.

Hi Susan!

Thank you for your review. We are sorry to hear about your disappointment with the Swarovski Star of David Woven Cotton Bracelet. We understand how frustrating it must be for the color to come off after only two weeks of wear. Kindly reach out to our customer service team at
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Melissa B.
So cute

So fun

Debbie S.
Soft, cozy and hilarious!

I bought 3 of these blankets for my kids for Pesach and they loved them. My friends saw them and wanted sone so I ordered more and they love them too! These blankets are perfect for laying around after you’ve eaten too much matzah ball soup! Cozy, soft, the perfect size for the perfect Pesach gift!

Cuddly Pesach gift

Clever, useful, pretty and good quality. Love it

Sheila S.
Perfect Passover Present

Our kids love blankets to cuddle up in. What could be better than a matzoh blanket at Passover time? It looked cute draped across the couch and felt great for a pre-Seder snuggle.