Bringing a literal slant to the cockney rhyming slang phrase ‘to feel the fibre of your fabric’, Hiller Dry Goods have got you covered with their new abstract currency blankets. Based in Austin, Hiller Dry Goods took inspiration from textiles’ use as traditional currency in times of yore, looking to current bank notes for an updated aesthetic that allows owners wrap themselves up in cash.

Woven on a traditional loom in North Carolina, the collection takes a range of bank notes form around the world as the basis for the designs, zooming in to reveal their abstract patterns, unusual shapes and vibrant colors. From Australia’s $50 note to the $10 note of Hong Kong, the blankets are an offbeat, quirky addition to any bawler’s home.

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