Arkansas XL Hand-Embroidered Pillow by Catstudio (Special Order)

Arkansas XL Hand-Embroidered Pillow by Catstudio (Special Order)
Arkansas XL HandEmbroidered Pillow by Catstudio Special Order
Item #:CATST-XL-PL-Arkansas
Price:$660.00
Arkansas XL Hand-Embroidered Pillow by Catstudio (Special Order)

They don't call it the Natural State for nothing! This original design celebrates the State of Arkansas.
This EXTRA LARGE pillow is entirely HAND embroidered on light tea-colored 100% organic cotton. Amazingly it takes 2 weeks (80+ hours) with 2 artisans working on it - just to make one of these XL Pillows! It is also unique in nature since each artisan incorporates a certain flair and signature to his/her work. Accented with black velvet piping.

Our XL pillows can be ordered in any of our geography designs!
Allow 4 months for delivery. Contact us for more information.

  • Extra large, extra special. Embroidered by HAND: it takes 80+ hours to make one!
  • Dimensions: 30" x 30"
  • Materials: 100% Organic Cotton; Poly form included; Button closure.
  • Hand Embroidered and Made in India
  • Care Instructions: Dry clean only.
  • Fun Facts: In 1938 the first nylon bristle toothbrushes were introduced to Americans by Dupont de Nemours (El Dorado, Arkansas). The Boggy Creek Monster, a southern version of big foot, has been apparently sighted near Fouke, Arkansas. Stuttgart, Arkansas, hosts the world championship Duck Calling contest each November. Alma, Arkansas, is the Spinach Capital of the world. The water tower is painted to be the world's biggest can of spinach. Arkansas contains the only active US diamond mine. The Arkansas River is 1,450 miles long, the longest stream to flow into the Mississippi-Missouri river system. Hot Springs Mountain has forty-seven hot springs flowing from its southwestern slope. The entire city of Eureka Springs is designated as a Historic District. Pine Bluff's Band Museum is the only museum in the country completely devoted to band instruments. Arkansas' Ozark National Forest covers more than one million acres. The state's name comes from the Quapaw word "acansa" which means 'downstream place.'
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    Arkansas XL Hand-Embroidered Pillow by Catstudio (Special Order)

    They don't call it the Natural State for nothing! This original design celebrates the State of Arkansas.
    This EXTRA LARGE pillow is entirely HAND embroidered on light tea-colored 100% organic cotton. Amazingly it takes 2 weeks (80+ hours) with 2 artisans working on it - just to make one of these XL Pillows! It is also unique in nature since each artisan incorporates a certain flair and signature to his/her work. Accented with black velvet piping.

    Our XL pillows can be ordered in any of our geography designs!
    Allow 4 months for delivery. Contact us for more information.

    • Extra large, extra special. Embroidered by HAND: it takes 80+ hours to make one!
    • Dimensions: 30" x 30"
    • Materials: 100% Organic Cotton; Poly form included; Button closure.
    • Hand Embroidered and Made in India
    • Care Instructions: Dry clean only.
    • Fun Facts: In 1938 the first nylon bristle toothbrushes were introduced to Americans by Dupont de Nemours (El Dorado, Arkansas). The Boggy Creek Monster, a southern version of big foot, has been apparently sighted near Fouke, Arkansas. Stuttgart, Arkansas, hosts the world championship Duck Calling contest each November. Alma, Arkansas, is the Spinach Capital of the world. The water tower is painted to be the world's biggest can of spinach. Arkansas contains the only active US diamond mine. The Arkansas River is 1,450 miles long, the longest stream to flow into the Mississippi-Missouri river system. Hot Springs Mountain has forty-seven hot springs flowing from its southwestern slope. The entire city of Eureka Springs is designated as a Historic District. Pine Bluff's Band Museum is the only museum in the country completely devoted to band instruments. Arkansas' Ozark National Forest covers more than one million acres. The state's name comes from the Quapaw word "acansa" which means 'downstream place.'