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Geometric Kilim pillow cover 2264

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Hand woven kilim pillow cover .Size is 16''. (42x42 cm)
Fashioned (cutted and stitched), from 30-40 years old hand woven unused anatolian kilims.
Kilim is a kind of flat woven rug. Colored with natural dyes.
Material is wool.Back side is cotton fabric and with hidden zipper.
Listing is for one pillow without insert/filler.
If you purchase this pillow cover you will get exact product at the listing.Pictures at this listing are exact photos of the pillow..

****Each pillow cover is unique.But below links you can find similar covers in my shop cutted from same kilims.

I currently accept Paypal
All orders will ship via FEDEX Express shipping.Delivery time is 3-4 days to US, UK, EU, AU.
We recommend handwash at cold water.. Dry clean for best results.
Photos are taken in daylight, but on the screens of different computers the colors of pillow photos can be a little different than the original.

  • We ship worldwide, on all orders.
  • All items are ready to shipment in our warehouse located in Istanbul
  • Dispatch time is one working days after clear payment using our shipping partners, UPS&,Fedex
  • All packages require signature to deliver

UPS / Fedex Delivery fees based on pillow quantity

For 1 For 2 For 3 For 4 For 5
USA $9.80 $12.9 $14.9
Delivery Times
USA 3-4 Days
2-3 Days
2-3 Days
4-5 Days
Rest of the world
Max.7 days
  • We deliver all international destinations. Deliveries to US addresses will take 4-5 days, for UK and Europe 2-3 days and Australia 6-7 days..
  • We can ship to FPO&APO addresses. Due to security reasons we can not ship to PO boxes.
  • Buyers are responsible about custom duties.(There is no additional taxes in USA for pillow covers )
  • You can see country list at the shipping page 

    • All items can be returned for a full refund within 7 days of receipt. Buyer is responsible for the Shipping costs.Please feel free to ask any questions you might have before placing an order.
    • We accept Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Visa Debit and Maestro via Paypal.You don't need a Paypal account .Just use the paypaland pay it with your credit card. All payments are secure online.

      I’ve had many people in the shop ask me how to clean their kilim cushion covers and similarly how to spot clean their kilim if something should get spilt on it. So I thought I would dedicate this post to a simple step by step demonstration of how you can do this cleaning yourself at home. This is more of a light surface clean but it does generate life back into your cover and is good for spot cleaning.

      So you will need: 1 bucket, 1 eye dropper, small white cloth and some baby shampoo

      Equipment needed


      STEP 1: Check for colour fastness! Probably the most important step so don’t skip it, particularly if you don’t want your beautiful kilim or cover to resemble a kids water painting. Most kilim cushions are made from old or antique kilims that have already been washed countless times but it still worth checking.

      Checking for colour run If your cloth comes away clean, you are good to go! Reds and blues are the most likely colours to run.

      Grab an eye dropper with HOT water, this will allow you to get a quicker reaction. A few drops of water and press firmly with a white cloth. Hold for while to see if any colour transfers. My cover is VERY old so I am pretty certain their will be no colour run. I also tested another cushion cover hoping it would cause colour transfer so I could show you but that one also didn’t run. The colours to watch out for most are deep reds and blues, these tend to run the most so be extra cautious when testing these.

      At this stage also give the cushion a good beating! Get some of that dust out.

      STEP: 2: Cleaning solution. I use baby shampoo for the cleaning solution. It’s cheap, its gentle, usually contains no chemicals so a winner all round. I have had people try wool wash as well with similar results. You don’t want to use anything too harsh as most covers (at least the good quality ones) will have been woven using hand spun wool which retains the natural lanolin extending the life of the kilim and acting as a natural scotchquard, so you don’t want to strip it of those qualities. So, some shampoo in a bucket, add COLD water and froth up the mixture as much as you can.

      STEP 3: cleaning the cover. Collect some foam in your hand and wipe it across the cover, continue until your cleaned the whole cover. Don’t be worried if you are getting some water with the foam but do try not to get it sopping wet.


      Wipe the cleaning foam over the cover
      You may have to add more shampoo and remix to get more foam if needed


      STEP 4: Spot cleaning/marks. For more stubborn marks that need some extra attention. Put a small dollop of shampoo in your hand mixing fast with couple of drops of water and make a concentrated foam mix and apply this to the mark.


      Making a concentrate of the shampoo
      For stuborn marks or stains


      STEP 5: Drying. Cleaning done time to dry the cover (or kilim patch). A little trick I was told was the always dry them on grass in the sun (as the air can circulate from underneath as well). Also it saves your piece being pulled out of shape with (ie. with pegs)

      If your garden is anything like mine at the moment, grass isn’t so readily available…so i used a bush


      Set aside to dry in sunlight preferably where air can get underneath it


      Once dried, you have a clean refreshed kilim cushion cover ready to look gorgeous again.


      As new!!


      At this point I should put a disclaimer. If you aren’t confident with any of the above processes, do not continue. If your piece is very valuable to you, either monetarily or otherwise, please do not clean it yourself but rather take it to a professional.

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