Silk cushion handmade from unpicked vintage kimonos (1970s)
Japanese shoji (paper) screen inspired patchwork quilted silk cushion
I import beautiful silk kimonos from Japan, unpick the seams, wash the fabric and cut into the desired shapes. Adding black silk kimono fabric cut into strips I make a patchwork front cover, then back this with wadding and an inner cotton lining, sewing along the black lines to create a raised effect. The back cover is made from kimono silk, a matching band of fabric from the front cover patterns conceals a zip.
The kimono cushion comes stuffed with a duck feather pad.
16" x 16"/40cm x 40cm
Handmade by Jax in a smoke/pet free home in rural Oxfordshire, England
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Kimono silk cushion, handcrafted from silk kimono fabric
We hope you are happy with this item. Returns are accepted within 14 days as long as the item is returned in an unused condition. Buyer pays return postage. In case of returns, please contact us first, stating the reason for return, at:
This product is made from vintage silk fabric
- dry cleaning is recommended
- the feather pad can be washed and dried at home
- the cushion may fade if left in direct sunlight