The woven West African Baoule with a striped pattern is effortlessly cool. The bright colored embroidered adds great detail and backside of the throw is lined with a super soft and comfy faux sherpa material.
WOVEN BAOULE FROM WEST AFRICA
The baoule (pronounced ba-oo-lay) is textile from the Côte d'Ivoire in Western Africa are handmade from colorful cotton threads. Each strip is sewn together to create a larger piece of fabric that is often worn at community gatherings.
SEWN IN CHICAGO BY A REFUGEE SEAMSTRESS
This throw was handmade by a refugee woman who has resettled in Chicago. By partnering with RefugeeOne’s vocational sewing program, we are able to provide graduates with meaningful employment and a living wage to rebuild their lives.
- Aprox Size: 38 inch x 53 inch
- Materials: 100% cotton, 100% Polyester Faux Sherpa
- Dry clean only
- Minor imperfections, or signs of age, are an inherent part of our handmade textiles and add to the originality of the piece.