RAISED BY WATER
Week three features mudcloth baby blankets from @raisedbywater. Mudcloth, or bogolanfini, is a Malian textile created from sewing together thin handwoven cotton strips that are then hand dyed using fermented mud and plants. The tradition is centuries old and each cloth takes on average a week to produce.
This authentic African Mudcloth Throw Blanket is thoughtfully lined with luxuriously soft faux fur. The perfect throw blanket for your home. Due to the durability of the mudcloth, it also doubles as an excellent blanket for picnics and other outings.
Week Three also features tea towels by @cultivatehawaii.
Started by two friends on Kaua`i with the shared passion of nature and design, Cultivate incorporates the beauty and culture of the islands into every detail of our tea towels. Our love for bold colors and simple lines has driven our artistic inspiration, and our love for the people and the planet has driven our material selection and production process.
All of Cultivate Hawaii’s tea towels are made with high quality flour sack cotton, using a bleach-free method and printed with water based inks. Each towel comes folded and banded, including a story relating to the art.
Our mission at HUE has always been to surprise and delight you with unexpected, distinctive finds for your home. We hand-pick all of our products with care, ensuring that any treasure you find at HUE is unique, just like you.