The Juno weave was created by drawing inspiration from the traditional coverlet patterns that were woven in America during the 18th Century. Historically, women made quilts and coverlets which expressed their artistry and skill. Often they were given as wedding gifts, or made by a young woman to take with her to her future husband’s house. If that new home was distant from friends and family, a bedcover became an important keepsake from her old life. Quilts were also made to celebrate the birth of a child, and other momentous occasions.
A thick and robust blanket, ideal for the lounge or bedroom
Designed, woven & made in South Africa
Queen size: 63" x 87"
100° F Machine wash
Tumble dry at low heat
Do not bleach
I love going to Sarza. I love so many things that are there. Sarah is wonderful with a keen eye and exquisite taste. I never knew a thing about African art and design. Now that I know Sara and Sarza I am hooked for life. There are not enough stars to give so I can only give 5!!
Thanks Carol, we appreciate this so much. You have always been such a great support to our business and we thank you for this.
Thanks to Sarah and John for their attention to detail and endless patience. Their great human connection to wonderful artisan community, makes it a joy to learn and appreciate the process.
Maria, dealing with you is a dream - thanks for being a wonderful & supportive client interested in knowing the ins and outs of artisanal design and for filling your house with beautiful Sarza product. We appreciate you!