Block-printed cushion covers

Shaktiism

Block-printed cushion covers

£19.20

Spice up your sofa with these one-of-a-kind hand block-printed cushion covers. The fabric is block-printed by hand using 2 complimentary stamps that form a decorative flora pattern across the surface.

Lovingly handmade by talented artisan women in Jaipur, India.

Each purchase is for *one* individual cushion cover. Cushion or pillow not included.

FREE DELIVERY ON UK ORDERS OVER £75

Shakitiism is an accessories brand with a mission to empower and support marginalised women, particularly those who are at risk of being impacted by gender-based violence.

Discover one-of-a-kind pouches, tote bags and yoga mats – all of which are designed in London and ethically made by hand by artisans in India and Bangladesh.

Each item uses repurposed and recycled donated sari fabric to create unique fair trade accessories and gifts.

Shakti.ism also partners with grassroots NGOs in India that work with disadvantaged women and girls. Together, they make use of artisans' existing skills, as well as preserve local traditions. They also sponsor and provide livelihood skills training.

With their NGO partners, they ensure fair working conditions, safe supportive spaces and encourage entrepreneurship to break the cycle of poverty.

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Choose from 2 colour options: 

  • Dark blue (dark blue with light blue outline)
  • Teal (teal with pink outline)

Product details:

  • Colour: Teal block print with light pink complimentary print
  • Dimensions: Approximately 20 inches x 20 inches (approx 48 cm x 48 cm)
  • Materials: 1 layer of cotton canvas, handwoven, block-printed by hand using natural inks
  • Care: Gently hand wash in cold water. Hang or lay flat to air dry.

By purchasing this item, you are helping to empower and provide ongoing employment income for the women who make these handmade products. The demand for Shakti.ism’s products provides these women with dignified employment, a living wage, hope and opportunities for their children. Together we can provide alternative options for disadvantaged women with the aim to lift them out of poverty and help them to become self-sustaining and independent.