Heidi Merrick began her ready-to-wear line in 2006 with a four-piece collection she draped, patterned and sewed herself. In 2010 she launched her home goods. The influence of her father, legendary surfboard shaper Al Merrick, is evident in Merrick’s passion for craftsmanship, the ocean and clean design. A native Californian, she manufactures responsibly and locally, and lives in Silverlake with her husband Johnny and little girl Hiver.
1910-1920's Cayuse Pendleton Indian Camp Blanket with vibrant
multicolor use. This Rare blanket is in great condition for its age with minor wear. The label is faded out.There are minor repairs to this blanket.
Woven in Bolivia, this soft cotton blanket is
garment dyed and washed, which enhances the hand of the fabric. Great for the bed or sofa, this blanket is finished with a knotted fringe detail.