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Vintage Hmong Throw, Thai Hill tribe embroidery

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A light weight but very large throw, made by the Hmong hill tribe people of northern Thailand.

The piece measures 113 x 72 inches and comprises of panels of hmong cross stitch embroidery, upcycled from the traditional hmong skirts that are made for each new year, worn for a year, and then made into blankets, throws and bags for the tourist trade.

This piece is in bright and beautiful shades of orange, with touches of green, red, yellow and blue.

The Throw is made from mixed materials, cotton, batik, and synthetic Chinese fabrics. It is lightweight and not lined in any way, but it has been edged all round with thick black cotton material. Would make a pretty throw or wall hanging, but due its lightweight, would not be suitable for heavy duty use.

Please note that due to the vintage/repurposed nature of the piece, there maybe the odd small hole, flaw or spot, but I have not noticed any faults in this one.

Shipping is with UPS, just 2-3 working days to the USA

Refunds are only given in the case of faults not stated in the listing or a postal loss. Please feel free to ask questions request additional photos, whatever!

Vintage Hmong Throw, Thai Hill tribe embroidery