Product DescriptionHotch Potch first appeared in 1782 as a hand-tinted print showing the jovial characters contorted (quite instructively, we might add) into the letters of the alphabet. As was typical at the time, J and U are omitted most people used I and V instead. In London and colonial America, Hotch Potch quickly gained popularity as a way to teach children the alphabet. We've adapted this delightful Hotch Potch image from the museum collections of Colonial Williamsburg into a tapestry throw blanket.
FeaturesTapestry throw featuring Hotch Potch character
50" x 60"
Machine wash, tumble dry low
Made in USA