RISD grad, Stephanie Housley, founded Coral & Tusk in 2007. First enchanted by the natural world during childhood trips to the Eastern seaboard, her travels now span the globe. She first creates her cheeky scenes as pencil drawings before she redraws them stitch-by-stitch on the computer. Embroidered by artisans in India, and finished by hand in her Brooklyn studio, every embroidered item retains the storytelling spirit of the original illustration. A mix of smart design, magic, and mischief is at the heart of every piece. All of the forest animals are holding an important meeting in their favorite tree in this whimsical Woodland Living Tree Pillow. Made in India and the USA.
• 16" x 16"
• Pillow insert is 90% small feather, 10% down
• Embroidery on 100% linen
• Care Instructions: Remove cover to clean, machine wash inside out with cold water using mild detergent on gentle cycle. Do not use bleach or bleach alternative. Line dry, iron on steam setting.
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