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Batik Cushion Cover - H'mong pattern, hand-stitched fabric patch

Batik Cushion Cover - H'mong pattern, hand-stitched fabric patch

Regular price $30.00 USD
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Highlights:

Measure: 45 x 45 cm (17.7 inches)

Materials: Cotton, beeswax batik hand-drawn pattern

Origin: Northen Vietnam

Description:

  • The pattern in the front H'mong motif which is hand-drawn batik using beeswax and indigo color
  • The indigo-blue color is from the natural indigo-dying process
  • Both the front and back are made from cotton 
  •  The Inner fabric layer behind the front side of the pillow is to provide better protection for the pillow insert against dirt, dust, and stains.
  • The zipper is on the back side

Occasions:

  • Sofa pillows, indoor pillows, outdoor pillows
  • Housewarming gifts, Mother's Day gifts, birthday gifts, or special gifts for anyone who appreciates handcrafted and cultural items
  • Cultural gifts
  • Decoration items, holiday decorations for living rooms, reading rooms, bedrooms, terraces...
  • Boutique, hotel, and cafe decoration items
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    • Shipping cost and time

      Items are shipped from Stockholm, Sweden with following cost and time for an order:

      - Sweden domestic: 59 SEK, delivered in 2-4 days

      - To Europe: £7, delivered in 4-7 days

      - To USA: $8, delivered in 6-10 days

      - Rest of the world: £10 in 6-15 days

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    • Care Instruction & Notes

      - Handmade products are subject to minor imperfections

      - Product color may slightly vary due to photographic lighting

      - Machine wash at 30 degree or hand wash with mild detergent to preserve the color

      - Dry clean if possible

      - Hang dry is recommended

    Batik painting with beeswax

    Batik is a common technique among tribal groups to decorate fabrics. The artisans will use molten beeswax to draw on a fabric surface following the designed pattern. The fabric then will be colored into cool dye and finally boiled in boiling water. Beeswax will be melted in hot water and reveal the covered pattern. Though sound simple, batik painting requires a lot of practice and skills to master.

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