These Boho Mud-cloth Cotton Throw Pillowcase Covers are crafted by Skilled Artisans using Block Printing Techniques. Ancestors Have Passed Down This Traditional Technique Through Generations. These Pillow Covers Include the Characteristic of Handmade Imperfections that Also Enhance the Uniqueness and Charm of the Pillows.
- HAND LOOM : Hand-looming is the Process of Inter placement of warp and Weft Sets of Yarn. Indian Artisans weave fabrics using hand-looming techniques With the help of Wands. They Do It without the use of electricity. In Other Words, This is Much More Energy Saving and Also Eco-Friendly.
- HAND BLOCK PRINTING : Skilled Artisans Craft These Beautiful Pillow Covers Using Hand Block Printing Techniques. The Process of Block Printing Begins with the Wooden Blocks. Wood Carvers Cut Designs into Blocks of Different Shapes and Sizes. After That, Our Skilled Artisans Dip These Blocks in Vegetable Dye colors and print Them on the cloth. The Outcome is a Beautiful Boho Mud-cloth Cotton Throw Pillowcase Covers.
- MUDCLOTH : Mudcloth is a traditional fabric dyeing technique in which Artisans Dye and Soak cotton cloth into the mixture of mud and vegetable dyes. These African Mudcloth pillow covers come in a variety of sizes and colors. African Mudcloth is a handmade fabric from Africa. Authentic Mudcloth is hand spun, hand woven, and the print is hand painted. As a Result, these unique attributes Create distinct and charming Products.
USAGE : Our Decorative Throw Pillow Cover Blends Effortlessly with Existing Furniture and Accessories. You Can Use Them to Décor Your Chair, Sofa, Bed, Couch Love Seat Pillows. We Offer The Most Size Options for A Variety of Application Scenarios. You Can Also Gift These Boho Pillow Covers to Your Loved Ones on Thanks Giving, House Warming Party,
CARE INSTRUCTIONS : Wash This Lumbar Pillowcases in Cold Water Separately. Do Not Bleach. Hang Dry.
NOTE : Actual Colors may Vary from the Photographs Because of Screen Resolution. Placement of Patterns may Differ Due to Handmade Process. The Indigo Color may Bleed for a Few Washes.