Our mandala tapestry round quilts are100% cotton and reversible and have pom-poms around the edges. Each one comes with 1 matching quilted sham. Great for music festivals, picnics, a day at the beach or park, or even just snuggling up on your couch. 76 inches in diameter.
These colorful indian mandala roundies are hand printed with vegetable dyes and vary between 66 and 86 inches in diameter. They are extremely versatile and have many uses including beach blanket, bed covering, throw, wall tapestry, table cloth, yoga mat, picnic blanket, bed sheet, and even baby blanket. They're lightweight and quick drying and make a fun alternative to a beach towel. Big enough for 2 people. Custom fringe colors and styles available. All roundies come with a cotton beach bag. If you see something out of stock that you have to have, send us a message so we can make one just for you. Pre-order items typically ship in 5-12 days, but may take longer. As this a handmade item, it may have slight flaws including running of dyes, print imperfections, white spots or ink spots. The imperfections are what make it unique. All photos have been taken in natural light and are not edited, but the vibrant colors may look different to each eye. Also, the dyes are mixed by hand and may vary slightly from batch to batch so your tapestry may be slightly lighter or darker than the one pictured. Please keep this in mind when purchasing.
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Beautiful indigo shibori sheets, tapestries and comforters. One of a kind.
These mandala tapestries are large enough to fit a queen sized bed or hang on the wall. They also make great beach and picnic blankets. Large/queen size is approximately 84 x 96 inches. Small/twin size is 54 x 86 inches. All tapestries come with a cotton beach bag.
These tribal banjara bags are made from a mix of vintage recycled fabrics and new materials. They are embellished with tassels, pom-poms, beads, mirrors and metallic thread. No two are exactly alike!
These vintage kantha scarves and throws are completely hand-stitched. Katha embroidery originated in West Bengal, India. No two are alike as each piece is made from up-cycled vintage saris. These beauties have varied designs and panels for many different looks in one. Use them as scarves, wraps, sarongs or even throws. The scarves are 100% silk, the quilt throws are 100% cotton.