A series of overlapping geometric shapes traditional to
the mountain town of San Cristóbal de las Casas in Chiapas, Chiapas, Mexico adorns this lightweight cotton throw. Beautifully woven into a simplified, two-tone design by Mayan artisans on handcrafted foot looms ...
Handwoven in Peru by skilled artisans, this richly
hued, sumptuous throw is made from Tanguis cotton, a fiber native to Peru that holds dyes extremely well. A six-inch braided fringe lends a beautiful, textural finish.
Handwoven in a small village in Oaxaca, Mexico
using naturally dyed wool, this soft, lightweight throw, though originally designed as a scarf, is twice as wide thanks to its two-panel design joined by a rustic stitch. Due to the handmade ...