Sepia white orange Chin tribal textile home decor boho blanket hemp cotton Hmong fabric wrap handwoven ethnic table runner tapestry 18 MS29
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Sepia white orange Chin tribal textile home decor boho blanket hemp cotton Hmong fabric wrap handwoven ethnic table runner tapestry MS29 A spectacular hand woven (on a narrow back-strap loom worn around the back of the body and extended using the feet) traditional Chin tribal textile shoulder wrap from Burma. Striking off-white/sepia/beige/pale orange thickly woven cotton pattern on a black, orange-striped hemp support. The material has quite a sturdy hand feel to it and is somewhat rigid. This is partly due to it's new and unwashed condition and with use it will undoubtedly soften. The back shows a simple stripe pattern in orange stitching. Great for pillows or bags. Equally fetching as a table runner or tapestry. My personal M.O. with weddings is to not bring a gift, claiming to whomever will listen (mostly myself) that it is perfectly acceptable and that one indeed has a year from the date of the wedding in which to procure and consign a gift. I then willfully forget about it and hope that the wedded couple, in their first year of bliss, do as well. My point is, if you don't want to be a wily ingrate like me, this Chin item makes a thoughtful and unusual present. The dimensions are 69 in. x 17.5 in. not including the fringe. The weight of the textile is about 13.4 oz/380 grams. It is a new item but some aberrations in the weaving and color are normal in these handmade, village textiles Please include your phone number with your order. We cannot ship your package without it. See our Policies section for a very few shipping exceptions such as countries in Africa or Remote Service Zones (mountains, islands, etc…). Items can be returned to a US address.