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Te Amo Pillow | Hand Chain Stitch Embroidered

Te Amo. Our lovebird-in-flight inspires romantics everywhere with a banner that proclaims "I love you" in Spanish. The Te Amo pillow features hand chain-stich embroideries on lightweight cotton canvas. The pillow has strong graphic design and color appeal in punchy purple, red, blue, black and white framed by a mini pom pom trim.

From start to finish, it takes a master artisan 12-14 hours to hand embroider your pillow. Handmake adds craft, culture and soul to any room. The results are truly worth it.

  • Hand, chain-stitch embroidered in cotton thread
  • Lightweight 100% cotton canvas in purple
  • Larger, 20” x 20” size
  • Simple, knife-edge corners with small, red pom-pom trim
  • Hidden zipper on reverse
  • Pillow cover only
  • Imported
  • Spot clean

Te Amo Pillow

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  • Our artisans begin by pouncing the design in chalk, which they outline in tiny metallic beads or chain stitching. Designs emerge from individually set dimensional glass beads or cotton embroidery thread punctuated by colors, whites and metallics. From start to finish, it takes a master artisan between 12-14 hours to hand bead or hand embroider your pillow.



  • Handmade | Embroidered | Natural Dye Product Care


    Handmades are different than commercial products and require a different kind of care for long, luxurious product life. Hand embroidered and beaded products should be spot cleaned. Whenever you need deeper cleaning, use a professional dry cleaner known for gentle, non-toxic methods and materials.

    Handwovens and Natural Dyes

    Handwovens and natural dyes are created pretty much the way they have been made for over 1000 years. As pre-industrial products, they pre-date chemical mordants to affix color. On the making end, handmades and natural dyes are almost perfectly circular and don't pollute or create toxic waste. They are joyful to use because they have living finishes with beauty and soul.

    Natural dyes require traditional care in order to maintain their beauty and longevity. Care Gently spot, hand, or gentle machine wash in cold water. No twisting or wringing. Dry flat for best shape retention. Light iron. Do not bleach. Use an eco-friendly/natural, free from chemicals & as pH neutral as possible. Avoid added fragrances and conditioners. Or, dry clean.

    Caution Keep natural dyes away from anything acidic or alkaline, which can instantly bleach natural dyes. The stay-away list includes citrus, wine, vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, calcium, baking soda, etc.



  • Shipping


    This product ships by standard delivery which you'll receive in about 5-10 days


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