Swans Island & Eric Hopkins Ltd. Edition Throw


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Product Description

Designed in collaboration with renowned Maine artist Eric Hopkins, the Swans Island & Eric Hopkins Limited Edition Throw is a work of art unto itself. This limited edition handwoven throw was inspired by an original painting by Eric Hopkins entitled “Land, Water, and Sky Bands.” The original watercolor was executed with the both the limitations and advantages of a hand loom in mind. The strong bands created by the three receding islands and a color palette that best matched the rich hand-dyed colors of Swans Island’s yarns led to this one-of-a-kind woven throw.

The Swans Island & Eric Hopkins Limited Edition Throw throw incorporates seventeen different colors and three different types of our own hand-dyed yarns. Throws are handwoven in our Maine studio and each throw takes the Swans Island team over nine hours to complete. You can read more about this unique collaboration in our Journal post.

Eric’s original “Land, Water, and Sky Bands” watercolor painting will be on display at the Portland Art Gallery throughout summer 2024 and is available for purchase there. These Limited Edition Throws are available in limited quantities for a limited time only, so please don’t delay in placing your order.

*Limited quantities available. Throws are woven to order and will begin shipping August 16.

The Swans Island & Eric Hopkins Limited Edition Throw

Content: Made with certified organic Merino wool, American Rambouillet wool, and alpaca.

Origin: Made in the USA. Hand-dyed and handwoven in our Maine studio.

Dimensions: 50″ W x 70″ L

Care: Professionally dry clean, or send to our blanket hospital for cleaning and repair.

Packaging: Each throw comes in our signature linen box, perfect for gifting.

Customization: Throws can be customized with a hand-embroidered monogram or date.


  • Due to the unique nature of hand-dyed yarns, there may be slight variations from what is shown here.
  • Colors may vary slightly due to dye lot variables as well as computer monitor variations.

Follow us on Instagram for a behind-the-scenes look in our weaving studio, dyehouse and finishing room. See how these throws were made as they progressed from the design workshop to the loom!

Read about John Grace’s original inspiration for Swans Island’s handwoven blankets in Down East magazine’s December 2022 issue.

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