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Chiapas Cushion Multi

Regular price £285.00


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This colourful cushion has been created in collaboration with the Nachig artisan collective of Chiapas, Mexico.

Part of a project that helps to reactivate ancient and traditional designs and techniques, this cushion has been hand-woven on a backstrap loom and features stripes with hand-embroidered flowers.


42 cm H x 70 cm W

Handmade in Mexico

Front & Back Fabric: 100% Cotton

Insert: Feather

Dry Clean Only

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The Story

Backstrap loom & Pedal loom weaving, Guatemala

Caroline’s great grandmother, Lilly de Jongh was a collector of, and specialist in, Mesoamerican textiles. Over the course of her life she traveled extensively collecting textiles and studying artisanal crafts.

Wicklewood works directly with weaving cooperatives in the region of Atitalan, Xela, Panajachel and Solola Guatemala. Combining traditional techniques of backstrap loom weaving, foot loom weaving and embroidery Wicklewood breathes new life into traditional craft and seeks to empower local populations and preserve age-old techniques.