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Made to order in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Mix and match these handmade linen & cotton blend soundwave indigo Shibori pillows. These square cushions are created using stitch-resist Shibori techniques and natural colors extracted from indigo leaves.
Sold as a cushion cover in two sizes:
Each product may have slight variations from the image due to the handmade nature of the process.
Approximately 7-10 days to make, plus shipping.
Our artisans are located around the world and will ship your items directly to you from their studios. Orders are shipped by DHL and should take 3-10 days after the artisans dispatch them.
If you receive this item in less than perfect condition or are not satisfied with it, you have 15 days from the date of delivery to request a free return with a full refund.
Slowstitch Studio, based in Chiang Mai, Thailand creates textiles using botanical colors, natural fibers and a blend of traditional and contemporary techniques to create unique hand-crafted works of art.
Slowstitch Studio is the work of Serge and Ann – two young passionate textile artists whose partnership is the result of a fortuitous meeting in Japan, where both were studying under the same craftsman. Siberian born Serge and Ann from Thailand, are inspired by sustainable ways of living which deeply influences their shared love for indigo, botanical dyes, traditional Japanese dyeing techniques and the beauty of creating things with hands, time and soul. The team are passionate and dedicated to their craft,
"If only more days were like this! Each evening tired and smiling after a full day, walking back in the cool night breeze with a cold beer in one hand and a box of textiles in the other. Happiness!'
Each piece is a labor of love created and taken through a journey of fabric selection, scouring, pattern plotting, stitching, disposal of leftover dye, thread cutting, dyeing and finally pulling. No two items are exactly the same and their uniqueness is celebrated. The name Slowstitch Studio was inspired by pattern plotting and stitching – traditional Japanese textile design techniques which take a lot of time but produce perfect results.