Black mudcloth with a distinctly modern white geometric box print.
Due to the handmade nature of this fabric there will be slight variations or imperfections in the weave and printing. The fabric itself is made up of many narrow strips of handwoven fabric which is then sewn together, so each panel has many seams, some of which are sewn in a rustic way. The printing is done by hand in rustic conditions. We consider this to be part of the beauty of this fabric, you can really see the handmade nature of the textile and the time that went into each piece.
The finishing touch: a custom made gold zipper. We've had them made just for us in Los Angeles in one of the last zipper factories left in the USA
The back of this pillow is made from a high quality off white 100% linen fabric, and is finished off with a subtly embossed faux leather Norwegian Wood label.
The pillow case measures approx 20" x 20", however it can fit a pillow form up to 22". A larger form is a quick trick that helps make your pillow look full and lush. We've used a 20" feather form from IKEA in our photos.
This listing is for the pillow cover only.
Spot clean, hand wash (not in the machine) or dry clean
This item is MADE TO ORDER, please allow 3-5 days for sewing
HANDMADE IN CALIFORNIA, USA
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