A fabric designed by Gerd Hay-Edie and made famous by Irish fashion designer Sybil Connolly as part of her 1956 Spring collection, the Tweed Emphasize Cushion is an exquisite example of mid-century style. Using 'wild' spun yarn from Donegal which produces a highly textured, dappled appearance, each cushion is completely unique, durable and rich in heritage.
Handwoven fabrics have self-finished edges or ‘selvage’, by the returning loop of the shuttle at each side. This cushion follows a simple envelope pattern that requires no buttons or zips, and highlights this distinctive handwoven feature.
Colour - Black/Natural White
Fabric - 100% Merino Wool
Cushion Inner - 100% Duck Feather