VINTAGE WASH BATIK - Indigo Pillow Cover

This product is a part of our Equality cause and 15% of every purchase of this product is donated to the charity/non-profit associated with our Equality cause during the month of purchase.

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Vintage textiles make a modern comeback with these batik pillows.ξThey are made from pieces of traditionally handwoven hemp by the Hmong Hill Tribes in Northern Thailand. Theseξrepurposed pillows are thenξhand dyed withξindigo from a centuries old method.

Due to the vintage natureξof the textiles, each piece hasξbeauty marks from a past lifeξmaking each a work of art and truly one of a kind.

  • Material: HempŒæ+ Linen
  • Measurements: L 16" x H 16"
  • Details: Zipper closure in back
  • Handmade with love in Thailand
  • Note: This is only the cover. Fits perfectly over a 16"-18" pillow insert.


Artisan Profile

Who are the Hmong? They are an Asian ethnic group from the mountain regions of China, Vietnam, Laos and Thailand. Originally from southern China, the Hmong gradually migrated south during the 18th century due to political unrest and to find more workable land. Today, many Hmong are located in the remote thick forests and mountains of the northern Thai regions and are well integrated into Thai society. They are rich in culture, family, and art and are distinctive in their fabric patterns and vibrant costumes. The Hmong tribal groups have expressed their faith, belief and way of life into each piece of fabric, making each piece come to life with an amazing history behind it!

While expanding your fashion collection globally you will be supporting the developing communities of the Hmong women of Thailand. We work closely with our artisan partners to ensure that all items are produced in ethical, fair labor, and child labor free work environments. We pride ourselves in our quality control, and work closely with our partners to ensure their goods meet the needs of customers worldwide. We believe that granting access to the global marketplace is one way to generate growth in their local communities as well as individual economic independence.

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