Zia Fabric

This print is inspired by the Zia Native Americans, who live in the mountains of New Mexico, surrounded by the robust cacti growing wildly among the evergreen sage. The Zia regard the Sun as sacred. Their powerful symbol, a vivid red circle with groups of rays extending in the four directions of a compass, signifies the four seasons of life (childhood, youth, middle years, and old age), and is used to introduce newborns to the world. Dark brown and beige on off-white.

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Zia Fabric

Santa Fe Collection

Sold by the yard. 100% heavyweight "hopsack" organic cotton with a basketweave texture. Exclusive fabric options (mediumweight organic cotton, mediumweight linen) available to our trade partners. See details for specifications.


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Zia

Santa Fe collection
Desert brown on white Zia print inspired by the Zia Native Americans of the southwest

Zia

Santa Fe collection
Meaningful brown and white Zia duvet cover set inspired by the southwest Zia Native Americans comes in twin/queen/king with coordinating shams

Zia

Santa Fe collection
Symbolic Zia wallpaper depicts the four directional Zia symbol that represents the four seasons of life