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Rust Windows & Indigo Pillow

A Little Weather

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Rust Windows & Indigo Pillow
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Rust Windows & Indigo Pillow
Rust Windows & Indigo Pillow
Rust Windows & Indigo Pillow

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Product Information

Process:
the wool has been reclaimed from forgotten sweaters, and overdyed with indigo and other forraged dyestuff; woven on a floor loom
Made of:
cotton/reclaimed wool/indigo/forraged dyestuff/linen; insert, feather/down
Dimensions:
18''L x 4''D x 18''H
Color/finish:
marine/rust/oatmeal
Care:
Hand-wash.

Why We Love This

Handwoven and handworked pillow using reclaimed wool hand-dyed with indigo (for the marine blue) and forraged goldenrod and "our ladies bedstraw" (for the rust). And backed with organic American linen. Natural feather down insert included.

About A Little Weather

Jessica Green of A Little Weather makes contemporary heirlooms that contribute to our American craft heritage. "My work finds the source of its inspiration in the designs of traditional Colonial American coverlets, which I build off of to discover a draft that feels like my own retelling of the past. I am a homesteader who prefers to use homegrown and foraged natural dyes, and I'm 100% committed to handworking each one of my pieces." http://alittleweather.com/weaving/