Woven Art & Beyond LLC
Northwest Halibut Woven Throw Blanket by Sue Coccia© - Native American
Sue Coccia is an award winning Northwest artist, from Edmonds, Washington. She deftly creates intricate pen and ink drawings, meticulously hand-painted with acrylic paints. Her art conveys her deep love and respect for animals, and helps her honor the thread of Native American heritage on her Grandmother’s side of her family. Using a full palette of brilliant colors, a keen eye for detail, and her lifelong love of animals, Coccia gives us a stunning body of work to enjoy. Be sure to look for her signature ladybug, incorporated into every image, representing good luck, happiness and prosperity.
Our 100% cotton, woven interpretations of her art will bring the unique beauty and majesty of the vast animal kingdom to your home, lodge, or office.
Handcrafted from skilled artisan weavers in USA textile mills on Jacquard Looms. These 100% cotton throw blankets make perfect gifts and welcome additions to any home.
- Size: 70" x 54"
- Motif: Native American - Northwest
- Artist: Sue Coccia
- Contents: 100% Cotton, Jacquard Woven
- Care: Machine Wash Gentle (no bleach), Dry or hang.
- USA Made
- Ships in one to two weeks
Native American inspired blankets invoke the rich history of our continent, its people and our connection to the earth and all its inhabitants. We work with designs inspired by Native Americans from all over including the Southwest and the Pacific Northwest.
The land, the sea the birds and trees all come into play to tell a story on a woven blanket. We start with yarn dyed 100% cotton thread and work up to a colorful blanket. It takes over eight miles of yarn to make each blanket. Once a blanket comes off our jacquard looms, it is washed and dried in our laundry, hand folded and delivered to you. Discover the richness in colors from yarn dyed cotton and the personal touch of a vintage weaver.