Refugee Handmade Cushion
Refugee Handmade Cushion
Refugee Handmade Cushion
Refugee Handmade Cushion

Refugee Handmade Cushion

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Each cushion is hand-made and screen printed by refugee women on recycled linen, with an enlarged modern dot from Morse code enlarged on print. 

The Morse code is hand embroidered as a special detail of love from the Artisan. This modern look is a perfect way to decorate your home as a cushion for the couch or your bedroom.  

  • 17.4" x 17.4"
  • 100% recycled linen, hand screen printed using eco-friendly water-based dyes  
  • Pillow case only, insert not included 

We currently ship to the contiguous U.S. and Alaska.  

  • $8.50 flat rate shipping  
  • Free shipping on orders over $100  

Please allow 2-5 days for fulfilment. When your order arrives, know that it will be packed with care, gratitude, and love.

We offer a 30 day return window. For exchanges, please process a return and re-order the item you wish to receive.

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Meet the Artisans

Country: Greece

Demographic of Artisans: Refugees

Love Welcomes launched in 2017 in response to the refugee crisis in Greece. The founding principle was simple: create hope from despair. Equip women with the resources to weave welcome mats out of the very lifevests they wore as they fled the dangerous conditions of their homes in pursuit of freedom and safety. 

Your purchase creates jobs, which create resources, independence, and confidence for refugee women. By investing in women, you are investing in families and you are investing in the refugee community – meaning access to vital services.

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Love Welcomes

Love Beckons. Love Heals. Love Welcomes.

Love Welcomes works with 9 women in the Ritsona Refugee Camp through a weaving social enterprise. The weavers receive a fair salary, while the entire camp benefits from access to legal assistance and food security from the sale of the homewares.

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