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Cori Dantini Magical Holiday Wishes Fleece Throw Blanket

$79.00

magical holiday wishes

Fleece Throw Blanket

by cori dantini

$79.00


Artist: cori dantini

Art Title: magical holiday wishes

This DENY Sherpa Throw Blanket may be the softest blanket ever! And we're not being overly dramatic here. In addition to being incredibly snuggly with it's plush, silky smooth top side, and its fuzzy warm under side! And when you've used it so much that it's time for a wash, no big deal, as it's machine washable with no fading. Plus, it comes in two different sizes: 80x60 (big enough for two) and 60x50 (the fan favorite). With all of these great features, we've found the perfect throw blanket and an original gift!

- Ultra plush 100% polyester fleece, 365 gram weight, printed top side (natural color is white) with a textured, cream color under side

- Machine wash cold on gentle cycle. Tumble dry low. Do not bleach or iron.

- Custom made for every order

- Estimated Ship Date: 5 - 10 business days

Medium: 60" x 50" (152cm x 127cm)

Large: 80" x 60" (203cm x 152cm)

(Please note there is a 1"-2" tolerance on all printed textile products)

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Cori Dantini

Portland, Oregon

Cori Dantini would love to dress like her paper ladies and explore the world in their skirts and buns and neat little boots, but she is far too practical for that. In fact, she spends much of her time in her studio in eastern Washington, covered in a mosaic of ink stains and glue dabs, bits of wordy paper clinging to her slippers. After earning a BFA in painting from Washington State University and spending a couple decades fiddling with brushes, oils, pencils, markers, and most recently, the mouse attached to her computer, she has discovered an organic process involving layers and language. It is this mysterious, reciprocal quality of art that intrigues her and makes her think of her works as visual poems.