Cotton Diamond Throw

You’ll love it because: It’s a classic Lao diamond pattern woven into a lusciously soft shawl, that also happens to double as a throw. We love the pompom tassels!

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We collaborate with Tai Lue artisans in Ban Nayang village to create these fabulous shawls and throws. Classic diamond patterns are woven using a four-pedal loom. A slight variation in warp and weft threads adds texture and dimension.

We suggest using this as a throw, a bed runner or as a shawl! Handwoven using all natural cotton and dyes. A collaboration through our Village Weavers Project.

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Color

Brown, Dark Blue, Light Blue

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