Upis Handwoven Wool Pillow - Cream & Coal
Upis Handwoven Wool Pillow - Cream & Coal
Upis Handwoven Wool Pillow - Cream & Coal
Upis Handwoven Wool Pillow - Cream & Coal
Upis Handwoven Wool Pillow - Cream & Coal
Upis Handwoven Wool Pillow - Cream & Coal

Upis Handwoven Wool Pillow - Cream & Coal

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Handwoven Frazada Wool Pillow, 100% Natural Fibers and Materials

Size: 40.5 cm x 42.5 cm 

Fiber: 100% wool

Add some modern boho flair to your home decor with this handwoven frazada wool pillow in Cream & Coal. Hugely popular right now, this frazada wool pillow was handwoven on a traditional backstrap loom using thick, handspun wool yarn, creating a richly textured pillow reminiscent of the thick rugs and blankets, or frazadas, this region is known for.  

This handwoven wool pillow is made of totally natural, undyed wool sourced from the artisans' community itself. Double warp black and white stripes at the edges create a textured look, complemented by the hand-stitched embroidery that embellishes the center.

Limited quantities - if sold out, contact us for pre-orders!

Funky hand-stitched wool pompoms decorate the corners while the cotton twill backing features a handy zipper closure.

Use on its own as a fun accent, or pair with our other frazada wool pillows for a funky boho pillow set!

Note: Excludes cushion insert. Visit our friends at Pillow Cubes for a fantastic selection of eco-friendly, recycled pillow inserts. Use coupon code ThreadsofPeru10 to receive 10% off!

The image of the closure at the back is for reference only and is not an exact representation of the color of the back of this throw pillow.

WHO MADE THIS FRAZADA WOOL PILLOW?

This Upis Handwoven Wool Pillow in Cream & Coal was handwoven in the high Andean community of Upis by the Awaq Mayki weaving association. Upis is located about 4 hours away from Cusco in the shadow of Ausangate mountain, the highest mountain in the region and the most important apu (mountain deity) in Quechua cosmology.