Miujiza means "miracle" in Swahili and these loom cotton runners are nothing short of a miracle. They are made by the grandmothers of the babies who live at Rehema House - the Mercy House Maternity Home in Kenya. These women have learned to operate large wooden looms to create these flat woven table runners that will be a focal point on your table. By purchasing a table runner you are empowering generations of women.
Soft look and feel; reversible
20" wide x 65" long
Made in Kenya
As woven runners are used, a stray piece of yarn may pop up. This is perfectly normal. Do not cut the yarn; simply tuck and pull it back through the underside of the runner.
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