A dark navy African mudcloth with pink triangle pattern pairs with bold and bright Indian ikat. Both fabrics are handwoven cottons, the same in many ways, created with completely different processes.
Due to the handwoven nature of both of these fabrics there may be slight imperfections in the weave, printing or some colour variation.
The finishing touch: a custom made rose gold zipper. We've had these zippers made in Los Angeles in one of the last zipper factories left in the USA.
The back of this pillow is made from unbleached100% cotton fabric, and is finished off with a subtly embossed faux leather Norwegian Wood label.
The pillow case measures 20" x 20". We used a standard 20" square Ikea pillow in our photos however if you want a fuller look you can size up your pillow form 1-2".
This listing is for the pillow cover only. Why? Well, pillows forms are big and bulky, which makes the shipping cost go WAY up, nobody likes that! It's actually much more cost effective for you to buy your pillow form locally. That way you can choose the exact quality you want to buy (feathers vs. polyfil) or maybe you already have one at home that you'd like to reuse!
Spot clean or dry clean
This item is MADE TO ORDER, please allow 3-5 days for sewing
HANDMADE IN CALIFORNIA, USA
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