An indigo-dyed flannel stole sewn shut at the torso, pockets hidden under the fold. A cloak that one could sleep in. It invokes the charity of St. Martin who, as legend has it, divided his cloak for a beggar.
He is the patron of those who turn swords into plowshares.
The shawl wraps like a coat and has the ceremony of the religious garment that symbolizes bearing the cross.
Please allow 2-3 weeks to ship. All garments are made to order, and hand-dyed indigo for sustainability practices.