Hand printed pillowcase with vintage-inspired ditsy floral print featuring a signature rouge tab and twin needle top stitch detail
Hand printed pillowcase with vintage-inspired ditsy floral print featuring a signature rouge tab and twin needle top stitch detail
Hand printed pillowcase with vintage-inspired ditsy floral print featuring a signature rouge tab and twin needle top stitch detail
Hand printed pillowcase with vintage-inspired ditsy floral print featuring a signature rouge tab and twin needle top stitch detail
Hand printed pillowcase with vintage-inspired ditsy floral print featuring a signature rouge tab and twin needle top stitch detail
Hand printed pillowcase with vintage-inspired ditsy floral print featuring a signature rouge tab and twin needle top stitch detail

Adeline Ditsy Pillowcase

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** Arriving mid April **

A twist on last season's favourite pillowcase!

Our Adeline Ditsy Pillowcase is a wintery take on last season's vintage floral-inspired design. This hand-drawn print, exclusively designed by Sage and Clare, showcases a ditsy floral pattern that is guaranteed to evoke a sense of nostalgia for the past. An array of seasonal hues, such as midnight blue, turquoise, dandelion and plum, have been screen printed in this small scale floral for a fresh and renewed take on a much-loved favourite. Akin to all our pillowcases, it features a twin needle top stitch detail with a front facing rouge cotton tab detail, unique to this most recent collection.

Mix and match with our numerous bedlinen offerings for a sophisticated edge to a bohemian and relaxed way of living.

Please note, due to the print coverage and style of printing, this piece is designed to soften with use.

Details

Features envelope closure. Sold separately.

Measures 48 x 73 cms

Multicolour front and reverse

Made from 100% cotton

How am I made?

Screen printed by hand, this process requires each colour to have its own screen. Therefore seven screens were produced by an artisan, which then had to be printed individually to create this single, floral pillowcase. At the commencement of this time consuming method, the printed fabric is processed by being heated or 'cured' to properly dry and set the colours. Finally the fabric is washed to give the printed fabric a soft hand feel and to ensure the colours remain permanent.