Black With White Crosses Mudcloth Pillow Cover - Krinto.com
Black With White Crosses Mudcloth Pillow Cover - Krinto.com
Black With White Crosses Mudcloth Pillow Cover - Krinto.com
Black With White Crosses Mudcloth Pillow Cover - Krinto.com
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Black With White Crosses Mudcloth Pillow Cover

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Black with White pattern Mudcloth Pillow Cover 22X22 from Krinto

This 22x22 Black mudcloth pillow cover is one of today’s much sought after décor accents, wonderfully tribal, boho and modern all at the same time. Plus, it looks amazing with the deep rich sienna and cognac colors that are currently so popular.

This is 100% authentic mudcloth imported from Africa, handmade using carefully curated material by true African artisans, not a knock-off imitation. You can tell the difference by the fabulous texture and subtle imperfection of the handcrafted pattern.

You will love adding this punch of genuine global style to your décor. 


PILLOW COVER DETAILS
⚬ Size: 22x22 inches
⚬ Color: Black with White pattern. 

⚬ Front: Authentic African Mudcloth.
⚬ Back: 100% off white linen.
⚬ Hidden zipper, surged edges. 

⚬ Fabric and pillow cover made by hand, so each will differ slightly.

⚬ Pillow insert NOT included. 


⚬ We suggest using an insert between 1-2 inches larger than pillow cover for a stuffed look.
⚬ Care: Dry clean only; spot clean recommended. 

⚬ Handmade in the USA. Fabric designed and made in Africa.


ABOUT MUDCLOTH
Mudcloth is made almost entirely by hand. Imperfections such as discolorations, pattern variations, design & paint smudges, or pulls at seams where panels are sewn together should be expected, and these unique attributes are not considered defects.