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Oma Inspired Cushion Cover

You’ll love it because: Large enough to be a floor pillow or on a sofa, the natural cotton cushion cover plus the pretty Oma embroidery will add cheer to any room.

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$27.00

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Description

Our collection of cushion covers are sized slightly larger, making them versatile. Use them on your bed and sofa, your most comfortable armchair or as a floor pillow. Handmade with indigo dyed cotton woven by partner villages in Luang Prabang province.

The inner panel features embroidery by Oma artisans in Phongsaly province. The textiles in this cushion cover come from our Village Weavers Project, while the finishing work is completed at the Living Crafts Centre. Insert not included.

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Weight100 g

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