Lala Throw Blanket
The Lala throw is named after DittoHouse's Molly's daughter, Malala. She is named after Molly's hero Malala Yousafzai who’s mission to empower young girls through education. The pattern on this throw is of an abstract landscape with a rising sun inspired by Yousafzai’s beloved homeland, Swat Valley, Pakistan as she described in her memoir, which Molly read while pregnant with her daughter.
The throw blanket is knitted in the USA with sustainable fibers.
80% Recycled Cotton, 20% Polyester
SIZE & FIT
50" x 60"
DittoHouse is a Cleveland, Ohio-based home textile brand founded in 2015 by Molly Fitzpatrick. Molly believes in sustainable textile design that will thrill and delight for years and be as lasting as the quality products they adorn. DittoHouse textiles transcend trends and are created with a rich appreciation of the important role textiles play in our lives.
DittoHouse works with family-run mills in the US and create thoughtful collections of textiles, in small batches using sustainable fibers whenever possible. The yarn used to make many DittoHouse products utilizes pre- and post- consumer textile waste. The waste cotton materials are expertly sorted by color and de-fiberized to be spun into new yarns. Since this ingenious process uses materials which have already been dyed, no new dying is needed to create these yarns.
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