Using wedding kilims from Eastern Anatolia (Kurdish) that are woven on narrow loom, these one-of-a-kind pillows are accented with wool yarn poms or tassels (sometimes they use fabric remnants too) and are added by the village women as best wishes for a happy marriage and home.
This appliquéd geometric Kuba-cloth pillow is backed in a coordinating brown linen. Small needle holes are sometimes visible from an original hand-sewn seam. Close inspection often reveals hand-sewn seams and...
This handmade cotton canvas pillow uses recycled indigenous Guatemalan fabric and is accessorized with black cotton scallop trim. : 20”x 20”" Down/feather insert included Hidden zipper Country of Origin: Guatemala
Phulkari embroidery is created by stitching vibrant cotton or silk threads together in alternating patterns. For their dowries brides in Pakistan and India spend years working on them. These lovely...