Hmong Hill Tribe Pillow 12
This stunning fabric was hand woven, and hand dyed by the Hmong people from Thailand with a traditional 2000 year old technique that has been preciously preserved throughout generations.
The embroidery detail on this pillow is called Sashiko, a form of Japanese folk embroidery using the basic running stitch to create a patterned background. The geometric patterns include straight or curved lines of stitching arranged in a repeating pattern. The Japanese word Sashiko means "little stabs" and refers to the small stitches used in this form of needlework.
- Front: Hemp fabric , Back: Chiang Mai cotton fabric.
- Sizes might vary slightly due to the handmade nature of this product
- Recommended pillow insert (NOT INCLUDED): One size up for squares and same size for lumbars
- Zipper closure
- Care: Hand-wash. Line dry
- Handmade in Thailand