Homeland Throw

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The Homeland Throw speaks to the heritage of the Navajo land. Native knitwear designer, Jennifer Berg, used the traditional diamond shape for the four sacred mountains: Blanca Peak to the east, Mount Taylor to the south, the San Francisco Peaks to the west, and Hesperus Peak to the north. Inside the diamond is Dinetah, which means “The Homeland.” The borders represent lightning, a sign of strength. Jen feels fortunate that she grew up on the reservation and wanted to share that experience with others through her design. This special throw honors the power and resiliency of the Navajo Nation, something Jen is particularly proud of.

In collaboration with Native American knitwear designer, Jennifer Berg, this throw is part of our Heritage Collection that honors the art, land, and people of the Navajo Nation.

  • Colors: grey, white, gold, chocolate, black
  • Size: 50"x60" (size chart)
  • Materials: recycled cotton, recycled polyester
  • Pattern on one side with birdseye stitch on the back
  • Care: machine wash cold/cool, tumble dry low/delicate, separately
Designed in New Mexico. Made in the USA.

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