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My Circus Stripe lumbar cushions are handwoven in my studio in North Norfolk, and inspired by vintage circus textiles and ephemera.  Woven from 100% lambswool, and backed with standard 100 Oeko-Tex certified orange linen, the cushion features a concealed zip closure at the back to allow hand washing, and is trimmed with blue velvet bobbles. A feather insert is included as standard. The cushion measures approximately 10×16 inches, with an 12×18 inch insert for a plump, full finish.

This is a handwoven item, and while I have aimed to achieve a uniform finish there will be some variation between cushions, and no two will be completely identical.

As this item is made from 100% wool it is handwash only.


Product information:

Cushion size – 10″x16″ approx.
Cushion pad – cotton and feather, 12×18 inch
Cushion cover – woven from 100% UK lambswool, backed in linen, with a zipped closure at the bottom.
Care information – These cushions are not machine washable. They can be spot cleaned, or hand washed in cool water and dried flat. All care information will be included when your item is sent.


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About the Maker:

The Naked Weaver is Eleanor Dale, a handweaver and textile artist based in Norfolk, UK.

Born from a desire to be more creative during the 2020 lockdown, Eleanor launched The Naked Weaver at the beginning of 2021. Focusing on colourful, modern design using traditional techniques, Eleanor creates quality handwoven textiles, and uses the simple style of plain weave to celebrate the interactions between colours. The name The Naked Weaver reflects the simple structure of the cloth she creates, and also nods to the brief time she spent as a life model.

Eleanor has always been interested in textiles, and is particularly passionate about traditional wool based crafts. She comes from a family of knitters, spinners, and weavers, and through her own craft feels a greater connection to the women in her family.