Light Blue Square Cushion
(50CM X 50CM)
Crafted from Oakleaves, Blithfield's most popular design, this cushion pays tribute to English artist Peggy Angus, who originally created the print as a tile design. The timeless block print motifs celebrate the greenery of British gardens and this cushion is trimmed with a brightly coloured scalloped edge to create a whimsical, artisan effect.
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This cushion measures 50 cm x 50 cm and is filled with an oversized down insert to ensure maximum comfort. It has an invisible zip in the bottom seam and is handcrafted in the U.K. and comes with a custom hand block printed dust bag.
This cushion is made from screen printed fabric. In the screen printing, skilled craftsmen transfer a design onto screens retaining all of the original elements of the artwork. The printing process entails printing each colour separately by applying colour through separate screens resembling different parts of the final design. The screen acts as a stencil so the ink is only transferred to select areas of the fabric. Traditionally, the process was called silkscreen printing because silk was used in the process prior to the invention of polyester mesh. Some of our original block print designs have been reinterpreted into screen prints.
This cushion features Oakleaves, a Blithfield fabric.
Front & Back Fabric: 100% Linen
Ric Rac Trim: 100% Polyester
Insert: Feather & Down
Dry Clean Only
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