The Beach People - Honestly WTF
Have I been living under a rock? Why am I just now discovering the brilliant concept of a round beach towel?! Australian based The Beach People launched their brand in 2013 with the Roundie, a cotton fringed…
Swedish Woven Textile Throw | Etsy
Don't get me wrong--there are a few stains and pulls, but small ones you'd expect after years of use. There is one whole big enough to put your finger through, but no more. Throw this over the back of a chair or couch or use as a table covering. It looks great under the pies at Thanksgiving. These colors are unbelievably vibrant. It could almost be southwestern, but it's not. The Swedes have done it again. 8' long X 70" wide.
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Afia, another beautiful, fair trade US-African fashion label, this time from Ghana. HF.
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Most of you know how obsessed Ian and are with Pendleton, Ian has a huge collection that he's always adding to. This blanket was a Christmas gift from his grandma, we had been wanting one for over a year now, which is why I'm devoting an entire post to a blanket... As much of a frugal, thrifty girl that I am, I like adding quality timeless items that I know we'll have forever and can pass down one day. One of my favorite things at my mother's house is this tiny broom closet in the hallway…
Some current offerings over at The Loaded Trunk call to mind Second Lives: The Age-Old Art of Recycling Textiles, a recently opened Textile Museum exhibition mentioned here last month. For example, there's the pillow, shown above, made from vintage material once worn by Hmong women in Vietnam. And there are gorgeous vintage woven sarong borders from Laos which could be recycled as pillow covers, too. I'm also loving the woven and embroidered Burmese tribal throws, above, and the collage-like…