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Bagri Cream and Navy Blue Cushion

100% cotton cream and blue scatter cushion with yellow edging.
Regular price£85.00
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A classic finely stitched navy blue and cream scatter cushion featuring a yellow vertical strip stitched on each side to add a playful and sunny accent. Made from 100% cotton, each cushion is handwoven by Dagaare women weavers of northern Ghana using cotton grown under the ‘Cotton made in Africa’ initiative. The patterns are all based on traditional weaving methods, and the colours reference the hues that the Dagaare people paint their houses. Purchase without the insert for a vegan option. This cosy and soft cushion ensures maximum comfort when relaxing in your home.

Material: 100% cotton, grown by smallholder African farmers under the ‘Cotton made in Africa’ initiative. Cushion insert - 100% European duck feathers encased in cotton cambric.
Size: 40x 40cm | 15.7 x 15.7 in
Care instructions: Hand wash in cool water only. Steam iron if required. There may be some shrinkage in the wash.

Made in Ghana. UK Delivery only, 5-7 days. Free returns to our UK warehouse.

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Boon & Up

Boon & Up produce a range of beautiful homeware products carefully created in the Dagaaba region in the remote far northwest of Ghana. Their throws, cushions, blankets and rugs have all been expertly handwoven by a collective of women weavers using sustainable materials. The cotton that goes into their throws and cushion covers is 100% sustainable cotton grown by smallholder African farmers under the ‘Cotton made in Africa’ initiative. The wool for all their blankets and rugs is surplus wool sourced from mills in north England. Boon & Up seeks to remain authentic to tradition whilst adapting the weavers’ designs for a new market. In doing so it brings much needed employment to this impoverished part of our world. 20% of profits are invested in projects that provide further employment oppor

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