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Boho Chic Blue Accent Pillow, Eco Friendly, Colorful Flower Toss Cushion, Repurposed Wool Blanket, Appliqued Crocheted Flower, Unique, 14x18

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Here's some fun boho chic accent pillows that will add vibrant color to your country cottage decor. This toss cushion is eco friendly as a repurposed wool blanket and the appliqued crocheted flower is from a deconstructed afghan.

This is a unique, one of a kind, lumbar pillow for a chair or bed top. Same heavy blue Peruvian felted wool front and back and bottom zipper too for a smooth fit and a professional finish.

-Insert not included
-Custom constructed with 95% repurposed, upcycled materials.
-Flowers trimmed with new black and white checked piping
-Leaves and stems are finished off with green eco-felt.
-Everything has been hand cut and carefully top-stitched,
-All materials have been sanitized and pre-washed
-Hand wash inside out in cool water
-Sewn slightly smaller than 14x18 inches
-Each is one of a kind... expect slight variations, especially flowers
Designed and handmade by ME in Vancouver Canada

Similar yellow pillow cover offered here
www.etsy.com/listing/95708408/eco-friendly-bohemian-pillows-mothers

Similar green flower pillow here
http://www.etsy.com/listing/99012607/eco-friendly-green-flower-pillow

Boho Chic Blue Accent Pillow, Eco Friendly, Colorful Flower Toss Cushion, Repurposed Wool Blanket, Appliqued Crocheted Flower, Unique, 14x18

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: zipper, eco felt, crochet cotton, piping, felted wool, repurposed blanket
  • Ships worldwide from Vancouver, Canada
  • Feedback: 1212 reviews
  • Favorited by: 76 people