Technicolor Frazada

Fabric

Technicolor Frazada

Fabric

by the yard
printed
St. Frank
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Women from the indigenous Aymara group of Andean South America have practiced frazada weaving since pre-Colombian times. Weavers create... READ MORE

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printed
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Women from the indigenous Aymara group of Andean South America have practiced frazada weaving since pre-Colombian times. Weavers create colorful strips from hand-sheared sheep's wool on a backstrap loom. Then, two pieces are sewn together to create a frazada. Offering lively warmth and sturdy thickness, frazadas were originally used as blankets, created to protect against the chill of the Andean highlands. Today, these textiles are popular for their use as bright rugs and picnic blankets.

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100% Linen fabric content.
Upholstery weight
Printed Width: 54"W
Pattern size: 54” H x 42” V
Fabric direction: Up the roll
Fabric is sold in full-yard increments

Dye lots may vary. As a result, there may be slight color variations between your swatch and the final product

7.5" x 7.5" swatch available.

Fabric yardage orders have a 3 yard minimum. Please allow 2 weeks for delivery for orders of 5 or more yards.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this fabric supports our artisan partners.

Fabric by the yard is printed to order, with a minimum order of 3 yards. Allow 2 weeks for printing and delivery.

Expedited options may be available for orders 3-5 yards by emailing service@stfrank.com.

Fabric by the yard is final sale and may not be returned or exchanged.

Provenance

Women from the indigenous Aymara group of Andean South America have practiced frazada weaving since pre-Colombian times. Weavers create colorful strips from hand-sheared sheep's wool on a backstrap loom. Then, two pieces are sewn together to create a frazada. Offering lively warmth and sturdy thickness, frazadas were originally used as blankets, created to protect against the chill of the Andean highlands. Today, these textiles are popular for their use as bright rugs and picnic blankets.