What if you wrote your journal - with thread? It might look something like this.
From the mountainous region of Western Myanmar (Burma), the Chin ethnic group carry a proud history of gorgeous textiles, as well as years of governmental abuse and consequent dispersal as refugees. Even among the Chin language, there are about 45 dialects - and one of them is surely the language of cloth. This story cloth tells of their daily life. The simple embroidery is striking and compelling; carrying firewood, growing corn, roasting a pig. A stunning throw hung over the back of your sofa in a casual room. Each is unique.
Care instructions: machine wash cold, tumble dry.
Handcrafted in Myanmar
100% handwoven, hand-embroidered cotton
Read more about the artisan group, here.
Due to the handcrafted nature of these designs, each piece may slightly vary from the image provided. Image of black version provided to show size and styling!
40" x 68"