Seeking Hózhó Bath Towel

Inspired Natives Project Collaborator, Michele Reyes (Diné) has incorporated elements commonly found in Navajo weaving to create this dynamic and elegant blanket design.

'Hózhó' is a Navajo word meaning 'Harmony' or 'Balance'. The two main shapes found in this blanket are intentionally placed to give a sense that they are coming from different directions, though moving toward the same place. In doing so, they remind us of the importance of seeking harmony and unity as we move through life.

  • 30" x 60"
  • 70% Cotton, 30% Bamboo 
  • Jacquard Weave
  • Two Sided
  • Imported
  • See care instructions

Michele Reyes (Diné), based in Utah, is a photographer, weaver, and mother of seven. She learned traditional weaving from her grandmother as a teenager, and draws inspiration from Navajo rug designs while adding a modern edge. Together with her husband, Kyle, she is the owner and operator of Three Canoes Design.

Michele has been an Inspired Natives Project Collaborator since 2016. Thank you for supporting Inspired Natives, not "Native-inspired".

  • We recommend washing before use - these plush towels tend to shed for a few wash cycles!
  • Machine wash in warm water on gentle cycle, mild detergent.
  • No bleach.
  • Do not dry clean.
  • Tumble dry on low heat.

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