Square Chainstitch Embroidered Cushion with Berber pattern
Square Chainstitch Embroidered Cushion with Berber pattern
Square Chainstitch Embroidered Cushion with Berber pattern
Square Chainstitch Embroidered Cushion with Berber pattern
Square Chainstitch Embroidered Cushion with Berber pattern
Square Chainstitch Embroidered Cushion with Berber pattern

Ryder Chainstitch Cushion

A nostalgic cushion inspired by traditional Berber motifs.

If we could put any colour palette together, it would be these alluring hues! Designed by Sage and Clare, the Ryder Chainstitch Cushion is that ‘need to have’ piece for your living room or bedroom. A geometric design in dark teal, blush pink, cool emerald and dusty green that will give you just the right hint of colour while remaining versatile in your home.

Delicate embroidery has been used to create a design that references Berber motifs with a renewed interpretation. With a natural cotton canvas back, zip closure and high quality feather insert, this is a cushion to love. Designed to pare back with our latest Atlas Collection, the options are endless on the looks you can create.

Details

Measures 50 x 50 cms

Teal, Dusty Green and Blush front, Natural reverse

100% Cotton construction, Wool embroidery

Recommended Care - Dry Clean Only

How am I made?

With our artisans at the helm of this collection, hand embroidery is the chosen technique to breathe life into this favourite of ours. Known as Crewel, an ancient practice of embroidery, the front of this cushion has been hand-stitched with incredible skill and precision. So intricate in fact that we often find ourselves admiring with awe.

This crewel embroidery is done in a region of Northern India, known as Kashmir, a place famed for its artisans. Many of them work as farmers for half of the year, with their labour-intensive work being replaced with hand embroidery during the off-season or poor crop yield. Stitched in their homes, we’re proud to support time-honoured artisanal practices that contribute to improved livelihood and employment. Despite machine-made products seriously rivalling their handmade counterparts, we can’t go past a piece that’s been crafted by the hands of a master artisan.