Tie-Dyed Cotton Cushion Covers in Maize (Pair), "Maize Trail"
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Working with a passion for providing economic opportunities for women, Jacqueline and Monica of El Salvador create a stunning pair of cushion covers in a bright maize color. Crafted of cotton, each cushion cover features an indigo stripe decorated using the shibori tie-dye method. On the back, each cover features a slit for inserting a cushion. This pair is accented with pompoms at the corners.
- 0.30 kgs
- 0.7 lbs
- Each (2): 40.64 cm L x 40.64 cm W
- Each (2): 16" L x 16" W
- Pompoms: 3.81 cm L
- Pompoms: 1.5" L
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