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MECHOT COTTON THROW BLANKET

MECHOT COTTON THROW BLANKET

Regular price $83.00 USD
Regular price $104.00 USD Sale price $83.00 USD
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Our favorite blanket is here for the cozy season! Enjoy this intricately handwoven throw with a timeless herringbone design. Women artisans in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, weave this blanket using 100% Ethiopian cotton and four harness looms to create each unique design. Finished with tied fringe edges, this blanket makes a beautiful statement thrown over a couch or on a blanket ladder. They make a wonderful housewarming, engagament, or wedding gift.
These throw blankets are made of Ethiopian cotton and colored with natural dyes. Your purchase helps to sustain fair trade wages and working conditions for Ethiopian women in the country's capital, Addis Ababa.

  • 100% Ethiopian cotton, natural dyes
  • 51" wide x 78.75" long
  • Available in two colors
  • Each item sold separately
  • Machine wash in cold water. Tumble dry. Iron. Do not bleach
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