Extra large, authentic Mexican throw. Pure cotton. Hand woven in Mexico. Colours available: red, purple, yellow, dark blue, hot pink, indigo and black in the main stripe. Fits a queen sized bed, a large rambunctious picnic or the back seat of your car. Email for what's in stock. Approx. 153x210cm (Queen size bed).
These traditional throws may well have inspired Missoni.
Wave Tour, begun from flamingo candleholder
Stay on Birrell till you reach historic Centennial Park. You need to get to Lang Rd exit to reach Anzac Parade so meander towards the central tranquil pond areas with ducks, native reeds and grasses. You should also discover some nominal sculpture, picnic with Holy Kitsch! Flamingos and Holy Kitsch banners and Holy Kitsch! natural cotton Mexican throw if none then meditate on mangroves filled with flamingos then wait till you reach Holy Kitsch! to purchase accoutrements for your next picnic. Ponder ducks. Go to the opposite side of this tree filled park, request directions Lang Rd. It has many grand hotel sized mansions but you want to get onto Anzac Parade so stay left. Turn into Anzac parading on the left hand side is easier North-ish alongside the green group of parks known as Moore Park, also the nomenclature of this district as well noting handsome Sydney Girls High, a public merit based selective school. Finnish schools are non-selective and obtain some of the best results on the Planet. Continue on Anzac negotiating two confusing cross-sections and noting a lovely quaint gazebo bandstand better parti-coloured in the park and hillocks. Tragically no trees or flowers, just lawn, actually fields are nicer than lawns and use less water. Holy Kitsch! tip: instead of weed killer regular raking and sweeping assists gardens stay clear of new weeds. Extra large natural withches' brooms are friendlier than leaf blowers anywhere and swish. Keep to Anzac left hand side until it becomes Flinders St. Now it is a short way to historic Albion St past St Michaels in Albion St and the historic buildings oppositeSt Michaels thence to Crown St, right at Crown, diagonally opposite imposing Crown St Public School with small ANZAC statue and the Chinese Presbyterian Church with clover leaf and floral patterned stained glass frequently lit on Sunday nights for liturgical events. On the subject of ANZAC go to Aztec cushion next section!
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The most beautiful gift shop in the random universes and beyond Holy Kitsch! traders of fine gifts also hires, exhibits and trades Mexican home wares, Day of the Dead wares, Holy gifts, sugar skulls, vintage wares, Holy Kitsch! framed original prints and many more. Do not forget that Holy Kitsch!s intriguing gallery of framed works features tattoo inspired renditions and numerous inspirational works. Good food and drinks abound furiously around both Holy Kitsch! locales.