This patterned pillow was woven by artisans from
the village of Nahula, Guatemala using a back-strap loom, a time-honored method of weaving. The pattern represents one of Nahula’s traditional geometric designs. This pillow was made in partnership with non-profit organization ...
This patterned pillow was woven by an artisan
from Totonicapan, Guatemala using a foot loom. The textile features an intricate Guatemalan tie-dye technique called "jaspé"--this particular jaspé design is specific to Totonicapan. Solid back. Insert included.
Bring the world to your sofa with this
pillow, whose brilliant cover is digitally printed on 100% silk, based on an antique utility cloth (tzute) from the village of San Juan la Laguna, Guatemala. It features jaspé, an intricate Guatemalan ...