Textile designer, John Robshaw first fell in love with fabric-making traditions in China. The vitality of textiles dyed, printed, and stitched, piqued a lifelong fascination. In India, John found that he could blend his own painterly style with the method of block printing. “I take inspiration from what I see and do there. When you look at my textiles, it’s like you've been around the world with me.” Soft colors play off of each other with hand embroidered threads outlining the block printed design, and a hand finished chain stitch on the edges. The perfect size for the back of a bed or an oversized sofa. Handmade in India.
• 26" tall x 26" wide
• 60% linen, 40% cotton with hand stitched edging
• Insert included, hypo-allergenic, 95% feather, 5% down
• Sewn with hidden zipper closure
• Care instructions: after removing insert, machine wash cover on delicate cycle, tumble dry low
• Looks great with the Charua Pillow
• This item cannot be gift wrapped due to size.
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