Crabs in a Row Table Runner

You’ll love it because: It’s eco-friendly, supports local artisans and, in Lao textiles, the crab motif is a popular symbol for abundance and fertility!

Price:

$35.00

Description

The subtle patterns and colours of the crab motif cotton table runner is part of its appeal. Weavers use the tapestry method to weave these patterns, which means they have no pattern to guide them! The weft threads are made up of 6-8 ply threads, making this collection extremely durable and sturdy.

Handwoven with 100% handspun and naturally grown cotton through our Village Weavers Project. Working from their home village, weavers are able to balance their domestic and child care routines, while still working and earning income.

  • Material: 100% cotton
  • Care Instructions: Hand wash in cool water, use mild soap
  • Dimensions: 26 cm x 180 cm

Additional information

WeightN/A
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Color

Green, Red, Yellow

Made by:

Local Village Weavers

This product is made by weavers from villages nearby our  Living Crafts Centre!

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