Pallay Cozy Alpaca Pillow
Pallay Cozy Alpaca Pillow
Pallay Cozy Alpaca Pillow
Pallay Cozy Alpaca Pillow
Pallay Cozy Alpaca Pillow
Pallay Cozy Alpaca Pillow
Pallay Cozy Alpaca Pillow
Pallay Cozy Alpaca Pillow
Pallay Cozy Alpaca Pillow
Pallay Cozy Alpaca Pillow
Pallay Cozy Alpaca Pillow
Pallay Cozy Alpaca Pillow
Pallay Cozy Alpaca Pillow
Pallay Cozy Alpaca Pillow
Pallay Cozy Alpaca Pillow
Pallay Cozy Alpaca Pillow
Pallay Cozy Alpaca Pillow

Pallay Cozy Alpaca Pillow

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Handwoven Alpaca Pillow, 100% Natural Fibers and Materials

  • Size: 50 x 50 cm 
  • Materials: 100% handspun alpaca fibre. Yarn hand-dyed with natural dyes. Cotton twill backing with covered zipper closure. Four hand-knotted alpaca tassels at corners.
  • Available in: Surf, Coral, Cream & Coal, Salt

People can’t seem to get enough of our Pallay alpaca throw pillow – and you won’t either! By far our best-selling pillow this season, this oversize alpaca pillow is so huggably soft, you won’t want to share!

Fun fact: “pallay” is the Quechua word for “woven design”! This decorative pillow takes traditional Andean weaving to the next level, bringing this pallay front and centre to highlight the beauty and intricacy of this ancient weaving art, and helping to keep the Peruvian weaving tradition alive.

If you’re looking for the best pillow this season, the Pallay alpaca decorative throw pillow is it. Use it on its own as a fun accent for your living room, or mix and match with our other handwoven artisan pillows.

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

Want to know more about the Pallay alpaca pillow was made? We take you behind-the-scenes in our blog!

WHO MADE THIS HANDWOVEN ALPACA THROW PILLOW?
This Pallay Alpaca Throw Pillow 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.