Designer: Bryar Wolf
Handwoven Cotton Pom Pom Blankets.
This pom pom blanket is beautiful as a bedcover or throw on your sofa.
- Material: 100% cotton
- Color: Tan and Cream
- Size: 50"x72"
Washing Instructions for all handmade pillows, blankets, and throws
Due to the handmade nature of our products, please hand wash or dry clean only.
For silk products, please dry clean only.
We accept returns and exchanges if contacted within 14 days of receiving your items. If order exceeds allotted time, only shop credit will be given. All items must be returned to us in their original and unused condition with original packaging.
Once items are received and inspected, we will issue a refund. Your refund will be issued to the original payment method. In the case of a refund, neither the original shipping cost nor the return shipping cost will be reimbursed.
If a product you receive is defective, please contact us within 48 hours. Defective products include holes, large misprints, and broken zippers.
TO INITIATE A RETURN/EXCHANGE: Please click here https://bryarwolf.returnly.com
PLEASE NOTE: Many of our products are hand woven and hand printed. There will be small blemishes and imperfections, which we consider part of the charm. These are not considered defective.
Rugs, sale items and international orders are FINAL SALE.
Available in Cover-Only or Cover-with-Insert Custom premium down inserts made of 100% premium cotton are naturally luxurious and breathable 233-thread count fabric ensures comfort and pure qualitySoft pillow inserts are made of 10% down / 90% gray duck feathers, alternative insert options are available upon request Down inserts are generally two inches larger than the pillow covers for a richer, fuller look Pillow back made of natural and non-toxic linen Dry cleaning recommended to prevent color fading U.S. residents enjoy free shippingNote: Each pillow is one-of-a-kind with its own unique custom stitching and design.
Made from Nature: The Story of African Mud Cloth
At Bryar Wolf, we believe the magnificence of nature shouldn’t remain outdoors. Nature should inspire you to invite that beauty, color, and imagination inside to accentuate your communal spaces, couches, sofas, and beds. That’s why all the fabrics we select for our pillows are woven from the finest natural fibers and exquisite threads from around the world.
Our African Mud Cloth Designer Handmade Collection is no exception. This rich cotton fabric comes from Mali where artisans and makers come together to create “Bògòlanfini,” or African mud cloth. The fabric, like its name, is derived from mud or earth, “bogo” and cloth “fini.”
According to Malian tradition, mud cloth is a symbol of status, bravery, and good fortune. Hunters wear the cloth for protection from danger–and women, as a rite of passage, when girls enter womanhood. Believed to ward off pain and negative forces, new mothers wrap mud cloth around their infants.
From Farm to Furniture
The premium cotton for our pillows and covers are grown on Mali’s small, local fair-trade farms. After harvest, the cotton is gathered and collected in buckets, the seeds are removed, and the cotton fibers are twisted and spun by hand. A few feet away, artisan weavers entwine the threads using a foot-powered loom, then cut and sew the strips of cotton together to prepare for the dyeing process.
Artisans hand-dye and decorate the cloth with a mixture of fermented river mud and tree leaves. Next, symbols and patterns are painted on the cloth that embody cultural significance. When decorating is complete, the fabric hangs on trees to dry in the sunshine and soon it’s ready for export.
When the African mud cloth reaches our high desert showroom in Bend, Oregon our designers hand-select the finest pieces and our seamstresses begin the effort to handcraft luxury designer throw pillows for our customers to cherish and experience on their favorite furniture.
When you purchase a Bryar Wolf handcrafted pillow from the African Mud Cloth Designer Handmade Collection, you not only own a colorful and well-appointed pillow made directly from nature, but you also own a beautiful artifact and piece of craftsmanship with a globally inspired story to tell and treasure for years to come