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These gorgeous Kas Navy & Gooseberry Cushions feature an intricate dotted pattern inspired by Turkish and Middle Eastern design. With contrasting mustard yellow tassels, each printed Kas cushion is made from approximately 150 recycled plastic bottles.
Soft to touch and perfect for indoor and outdoor use, our Kas Navy & Gooseberry Cushions are environmentally friendly, UV stable and ethically made of a linen style fabric.
Each Kas Navy & Gooseberry Cushion is woven by skilled craftsmen and women using our incredible recycled plastic yarn. We are committed to using weaving houses that only to employing adults who are fairly paid and enjoy comfortable and fair working conditions.
We only use weaving houses committed to employ skilled adults, who are paid fairly and enjoy comfortable and fair working conditions. Our Weaver Green textiles look and feel like a linen but are water and mould resistant, easy to clean, hard wearing and have great environmentally friendly credentials.
All our textiles and rugs are hand loomed, so some variations in colour and size can be expected. Our best selling dove grey has a lovely greeny tone across all of our ranges.
Please note that as we have designed our recycled plastic bottle yarn to look and feel like natural fibre, some pilling can occur, as can some yarn snagging on our looser weaves.
Cleaning guide – hoover or shake off loose debris then either hand wash using a light detergent or cushion covers can be removed and popped in the washing machine at 30 degrees, using a non – biological washing detergent. Allow to air dry naturally. Do not dry clean or tumble dry.
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