E Komo Mai Pattern
This wall hanging is made to look like a local door mat, greeting guests, friends and family to your home. In the Hawaiian language, E komo mai translates to “come in” or “welcome”. Removing footwear before entering a home is a common practice in Hawaii. A variety of slippers (also known as flip-flops) can also be found at our door mats since they are worn more frequently than shoes. Quilt finishes at 32” x 40”.
Quilt kit available and includes all fabrics needed to complete this wall quilt, EXCEPT BINDING.