Ayacucho, Peru, was the center of the pre-Inca Huari empire, dating back to the fifth century. The Huari were known for their sophisticated woven tapestries; for their descendants, textiles are a way to connect with preconquest cultural traditions. These pillows are handwoven on ancient wooden looms, then covered with vivid floral patterns using wool threads and crewel embroidery techniques.
Handcrafted in Ayacucho, Peru. Wool with cotton backing. Removable poly insert. 18" square.
Few textile manufacturers still take the time to
process natural indigo or block-print fabrics, but both practices continue to flourish in Rajasthan, India, where this handcrafted bedding is made using techniques that have been perfected over centuries. Bundles of the ...