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Pillow Two Is Better

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Two is better, a gray velvet square cushion with triangle insets to which a couple of rabbits appears nicely framed by a black grosgrain ribbon. Black satin buttons enhance the overall giving it a refined style. The back is gray velvet cut and assembled into triangles.

My rabbit friends is a heartwarming collection that we enjoy to hug. Cushions hand made with beautifully printed cotton canvas and velvet embellished with grosgrain ribbon. Each cover is closed by a hidden zipper in the seam.

For this collection, I use medium weight cotton and velvet fabrics that I import from Europe. I take care of every detail in the making. A zipper is hidden in the seam at the bottom of each pillow cover.

Each cushion is made carefully by hand by myself in my studio. These are all my original designs and they carry my signature as designer and couturier. As I make in small runs, we can talk about unique pieces that you will not find large scale. You are assured to acquire an original piece of art of professional quality.

This article is made ​​to order, allow approximately 3 weeks for making before shipping.

Dimensions: 20" x 20" / 51 x 51 cm
Fabrics: bunnies 100% coton, velvet 100% polyester
Feather insert included

Cleaning
Hand wash in warm or cold water with mild soap
No bleach
Rinse and dry without wringing the item
Wring out between two towels to remove the water
Hang dry or dry flat

Additional Information

Dimensions: 20" width x 20" height x 5.5" depth

Weight: 2 lb 2 oz

Materials: Textile, Textile, Textile, Other Materials, Textile, Other Materials

Colors: Black, Gray, White

$238.00 USD

Quantity: Product ID# 207626

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Christine Grenier


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The driving force behind my creations is the perpetual quest to craft new objects and give birth to original material elements. The need to touch and manipulate materials, play with colour, create and superpose textures, draw shapes and decorate through small details is the process that drives me and that ...read more

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