malooshi

MALOOSHI Baby Gifts - Personalised Crochet Cushions

Maidenhead, England 42 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars (7)

malooshi

MALOOSHI Baby Gifts - Personalised Crochet Cushions

Maidenhead, England | 42 Sales

Sylwia and  Joanna

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Sylwia and Joanna

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About malooshi

Sales 42
On Etsy since 2010

Our decorative cushions are a combination of a new technique, re-emerging art of crocheting, and timeless children’s stories Our decorative cushions are unique in the world for several reasons. Traditionally, crocheting is used in clothing, tablecloth, napkins. The technique of using crochet simultaneously as adornment and art, sewn onto the fabric, is our new approach. We use natural, child-friendly fabrics ( mostly pure linen from the oldest factory in Europe) and yarns that are high quality, soft to touch and safe to wash. Last but not least, the product is hand-made and therefore no two pillows can ever be the same.
We are two friends who have been inspiring each other for more than 10 years.
Me – Sylwia Peczak-have a Master's Degree in Building construction and worked for Diageo and Citibank, but always wanted to follow my passion for art. When I came to the UK I studied Interior Design at a New University in High Wycombe and Art in London University.
My friend - Joanna Kociuba graduated with a Master's Degree in History of Art at the prestigious Catholic University in Lublin, Poland.

We have been crocheting from the age of 7 - taught by our grandmas and at the very beginning making clothes for our dolls.
We now both enjoy this great experience of bringing back our childhood - the life of a small villages and towns in our crocheted pictures. Drawing them, trying to make the first pattern, playing with colours and then finally seeing the finished product.



All our cushions can be personalised and are a perfect gift for christening, birthdays, Christmas and a great addition to existing nurseries or children’s bedrooms.

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