Hacienda Camel

The Tlaxcalteca Indians reflected in their tissues what they saw in the arid and desert landscape.

Handmade using dyes inspired by the desert colors, these blankets are characterized by stripes that frame a dentate diamond. This diamond represents the flowers, sunrises and sunsets from northeastern Mexico.

The use of thick acrylic threads makes it a very durable and functional blanket. Protect yourself from the cold, use it as a homedecor or simply take it to the outdoors with you!


Characteristics:

Composition: 100% Acrilyc
Size: 152x214 cm
Weight: 1076gr/m2

Washing instructions: Wash in cold water / Do not tumble dry / Do not bleach / Do not iron

Due to the handmade nature of the blankets, small variation on the colours could be found.
€53.68
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