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"STRONG" Felted Room Pennant

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Add a powerful statement to your kid's room with the cute and vibrant felt pennant. The pennant-style flag is made of felted black and white wool for a seamless and unisex piece of decor that speaks to boys and girls alike. Each letter is felted and cut by hand, taking hours to create each unique pennant. Hang this adorable piece of decor on the wall to bring inspiration to your room.

Details

  • Felted wool
  • Azo-free dyes, eco-friendly and non-toxic
  • 1 foot tall x 1 1/2 foot wide x ¼" deep

Who made this?

“I believe women and girls should be given the opportunity to do something - to better themselves. Before, men were more independent and girls were bound to the rules of their family. Now, women are able to make their families understand that they can do the same work as men.”
— Savitri Kardel

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