Inspired by the Hunger Games "Catching Fire", this hand painted warp goes from deep reds to oranges to pale yellow with highlights of sky blue and white. With a weave pattern of a bird in flight, the texture is noticeable but not overwhelming.
The 100% cotton yarn allows for structure and softness while also being easy to care for. The wraps and slings will hold your wee bairns from newborn to toddlerhood with ease and yet, the design is just as striking as a scarf or blanket for when they aren't into being carried anymore.
100% Unmercerized Cotton Hand Dyed warp with solid weft in Natural or Coal
GSM Approx 315
Approx. 26 inches wide
Woven in the USA
Available Items and Approx Dimensions:
Infinity Cowl- 58in x 14in sewn in the round
Epic Scarf- 100in x 14in
These items are not in loom state when you recieve them and do not need to be washed prior to using. Washing instructions are on an attached tag but are as follows: Wash cold. delicate cycle with a detergent free from optical brighteners. Tumble dry low or lay flat to dry.
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Any return requests must be sent to Pretty Paisley within 48 hours of delivery to you based upon tracking date. Items cannot be returned or exchanged except in cases of demonstrable manufacturing flaws, the state of which will be at the discretion of Pretty Paisley. We take our products and their safety quite seriously and will happily rectify any issues caused by our manufacturing process in a prompt manner. If Pretty Paisley approves the return of your item, you must ship it and provide tracking to Pretty Paisley within 48 hours of email.
Pretty Paisley cannot be responsible for damage to your piece caused by any means other than our manufacturing process. This includes (but is not limited to) damage from hungry washing machines or dryers, jewelry, pets, toddler tantrums, mishandled post, tug of war practice, using it as a photo backdrop, excessive use of sharp objects while near it or alien abduction.
No one wants you to be happy with your Pretty Paisley creation more than we do so give us the chance to make something right if you feel it was wrong.