The making of handwoven textiles in the Americas has existed since at 1400 BCE. Fibers used during the pre-Hispanic period included those from the yucca, palm and maguey plants as well as the use of cotton in the hot lowlands of the south. These Navajo-influenced blankets are made with substantial natural and synthetic fibers to weave beautiful designs. The addition of this blanket as a throw or floor covering will complete any space in need of comfort and warmth.
Size // 60x84”, 5x7’
Type // Blanket
• 100% woven Mexican cotton blend
• Leather Tag
• Handcrafted in Mexico
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