Light Indigo Stitched Sham

John Robshaw
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Light Indigo Stitched Sham

$90-$100
$49-$59 Gilt
Size (Bed Type):
Standard Sheet & Pillowcase Measurements
Bed Type Flat Fitted Pillows
Twin 66" x 96" 39" x 75" 20" x 32"
Twin XL 66" x 96" 39" x 80" 20" x 32"
Full 81" x 96" 54" x 75" 20" x 32"
Queen 90" x 102" 60" x 80" 20" x 32"
King 102" x 108" 78" x 80" 20" x 40"
Cal King 102" x 110" 72" x 84" 20" x 40"
  • std
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    Flat 90" x 102"
    Fitted 60" x 80"
    Pillows 20" x 32"
  • king
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    Flat 102" x 108"
    Fitted 78" x 80"
    Pillows 20" x 40"
Color:
light indigo
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Description
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Light Indigo Stitched Sham:

  • Made of 100% cotton voile
  • Hand-stitched quilting every half-inch for a light and airy feel
  • 100% cotton batting fill
  • Envelope closure
  • Machine washable

Sizing:

  • Standard measures 30 inches in length by 20 inches in width
  • King measures 37 inches in length by 20 inches in width

Material: 100% Cotton

Brand: John Robshaw

Origin: Imported

A painter turned textile artist, Robshaw has an eye for color and an appreciation for history, having studied traditional fabric-making techniques throughout Asia and India. His linen and cotton-voile bedding, fabrics, clothing, and dog beds are a riot of hues and styles, with patterns block-printed and silk-screened by hand. Robshaw’s aim is to revive textile traditions and frame them in new terms. But he’s also interested in giving back, too. As a former ambassador to nonprofit Aid to Artisans, he’s passed on his business expertise, helping textile workers in developing countries set up their own shops.