ABORIGINAL ART CUSHION COVERS
Enliven your home with our beautiful aboriginal cushion covers. Each cover is hand-woven and hand stiched with love, using a technique called Gabba. Chain-stitching is an ancient form of stitching used in traditional Kashmiri handicraft that helps form an important contribution to the local economy. All our cushion covers are hand made and produced in remote villages and help workers and aboriginal artists with gaining a supplementary income between harvest and other types of rural work. Better World Arts, the brand that brings to you all of our cushion covers, is a proud member of Fair Trade Australia, which ensures the fair pay of the people involved in the creation of these beautiful pieces.
Each cover comes with a secure, zip closure in unique aboriginal designs. The 100% wool designs are carefully and neatly hand stitched onto a black cotton canvas lining. The wool outer lining means that they are super soft to the touch and will add vibrancy to your lounge, couch, sofa setting or to be used as throw cushion. Our assortment of cushion covers offer designs of varying sizes and shapes (like rectangular ones and squared ones). Browse through our selection of hand stiched cushion covers to mix and match all sorts of sizes, shapes, colours and patterns to bring your home décor to a whole new level. Each aboriginal artists design tells beautiful stories about Indigenous culture and connection to country.
Better World Arts
Better World Arts is a brand that pioneers in the production of ethical and fair trade aboriginal designs that focuses on sacred Indigenous fine arts and crafts. They specifically work with First Nations artists from remote locations of Australia like Arnhem Land and the Western Desert regions and also collaborate with traditional artists from all rural regions, all around the globe.
A percentage of every sale on this hand made cushion covers collection goes directly back to first nations artists and art centres, as such every purchase you make supports First Nations communities,
Aboriginal People and Torres Strait Islander People and the continuation of Indigenous communities, art and culture of Australia.