Cushion CoverTraditional Textiles
This cushion is made up of the traditional cloth called rangrang which translates as space or hole in Balinese. A slit tapestry weave is used to creates this open pattern, The slit tapestry pattern are individually designed by each weaver.
The solid coloured back panel of this cushion is made from handspun heirloom cotton and woven by the community of weavers in Tuban Java. It was then dyed with mud using natural processes at the Threads of Life Dye Studio on Bali.
Woven in Bali, 2020.
45 x 42 cm / 17.5 x 16.5 in
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