Eco Friendly Bedding and Bath(52 items)
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A beautiful decorative accent
We bought two of these. Standard pillows fit in them perfectly. They are very well made, the zipper opening is well-concealed and they look fantastic on the bed or sofa.
Lovely cover, but check the dimensions
This is a lovely cushion cover made with high quality textiles in a rich maroon/burgundy tone with white embroidery. It should wear well. My only caveat is that the listing dimensions indicate 20 x 21 or so. In fact, there is a 1.5 boarder around the edge of the cushion, so it actually fits a cushion of more like 16-17 inches across. I allowed for this, so am NOT disappointed, but was as I expected. I have enough cushions that it would have fit at least one of them!
Carmen Ruiz Zapotec woven cotton apparel and accessories
"My parents taught me how to weave when I was 15 years old, and the first piece I worked on was a rebozo shawl, which I gave to my mom as a Mother's Day gift."
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Popular Eco Friendly Bedding and Bath
Hand-woven Cotton Zapotec Bedspread in Beige (Twinl), "Natural Contrasts"
Carmen Ruiz designs this twin size bedspread in neutral beige with dark brown contrasts. After dyeing the cotton yarn with natural pigments, she weaves the bedspread on a (whip loom), just like her parents taught her. This type of loom was introduced to Zapotec communities by the Spanish colonizers.
Zapotec Red Cotton Striped Bedspread from Mexico (King), "Ruby History"
Carmen Ruiz is inspired by the legendary art of the Zapotec people in the design of this bedspread. She weaves it on a traditional pedal loom with fiery red cotton threads, creating glyph-like patterns in white and black.
Hand-woven Cotton Zapotec Bedspread (Twin), "Lavender Warmth"
Carmen Ruiz combines rich shades of purple, lilac and violet for the design of this warm twin size bedspread. Featuring off-white contrasts, the cotton yarn is dyed with natural pigments. Ruiz weaves the bedspread on a (whip loom), just like her parents taught her. This type of loom was introduced to Zapotec communities by the Spanish.
Handmade Zapotec Cotton Bedspread (Twin), "Joy of Oaxaca"
"The patterns on this bedspread are inspired by the festive spirit of the people of Oaxaca," says Carmen Ruiz. She weaves the cotton bedspread on a traditional pedal loom with bands of blue over white, detailed with blue and yellow arrowheads. The bedspread is finished by hand with tassels.