This extra-large cotton throw is handwoven using wild, color-grown cotton from Guatemala that is mixed together to create these unique earthy shades. Working hand in hand with women weavers in a small village located on the shores of Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, Behind the Hill celebrates South American culture and craft by partnering with local artisans who embrace ancestral weaving techniques. The cotton is naturally colored and has no dyes. Each individual piece takes about three weeks to create and lasts for a lifetime as a throw or bed blanket.
100% native, organic, color-grown cotton: Ixcaco cotton (terra-cotta) + Khaki cotton (pink)
Hand-harvested / hand-spun / handwoven cotton
Handwoven in Guatemala by Mayan weavers.
Measurements | 45" x 78"
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