Embroidered Hummingbird Throw Pillows

Nature is world’s most inspired designer and architect. It creates amazing things you could never think of. One of most wonderful creations are hummingbirds. These amazing birds are the smallest birds on Earth and yet they behave like insects – like bees, as they feed with nectar from flowers. Any way, people have always been fascinated by these birds so they even now use them as patterns or  pictures for the things they do. These Embroidered Hummingbird Throw Pillows would be just simple boring pillows if they did not have these hummingbird images on.

The hummingbirds are embroidered and this means a lot of handwork and skill. The colourful details come into a pleasant contrast with the whiteness of the cotton and look absolutely great. The pillows are made of 100% cotton twill fabric and this might mean that sooner or later they will shrink if washed in high temperatures. But not this time. They are mercerized for luster and can control shrinkage, so they are perfect.

The zipper that is used for closing the pillow case is carefully hidden so as to look great and the embroidery is made with real artist hand. You can now buy this 16″by 16″ square pillow with an amazing hummingbird embroidery for just $49.



Published by in Bedding, on April 2nd, 2012

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