The Humo Mitla - handwoven mexican blanket, draws on the colours of hazy smoke; evening wood fires of Mexico.
Every motif design is a creation steeped in Mexican tradition and storytelling; made with meaning and handpicked for softness.
Mitla meaning "Place of Rest", is the name of the ancient ruins built by the Zapotec Civilisation. It depicts a stunning structural face rich with meaningful patterns, and lies across the heart of Oaxaca Valley in Tlacolula, Mexico.
These blankets have been sourced directly for a fair price from artisan communities in which they were made.
Size: 130 x 190 cm
Fibre: Soft, recycled blend of cotton, polyester, acrylic
Construction: Handwoven on a traditional wooden loom
Artisan: Community collaborative
Origin: (Tlaxcala), Mexico