Huatay Peruvian Pillow Collection: Sallac


This pillow collection is from the weaving community of Sallac, Peru, featuring the huatay (tie-dye) technique, a recently revived traditional handwoven design.

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Stunning pillows from the weaving community of Sallac, Peru, featuring the huatay (tie-dye) technique recently revived among the Sallac weavers. This pillow collection, handwoven on backstrap looms,  is a collaborative project of the Center for Traditional Textiles of Cusco, textile designer Bonie Shupe, and ClothRoads.

The Center for Traditional Textiles of Cusco (CTTC) is a Peruvian NGO with a mission to revive and preserve the cultural heritage of artisanal textiles. By educating people of these traditions through classes, exhibits, and trainings, CTTC also provides commercial opportunities. With this support, they help over 450 weavers from ten villages with a sustainable income which in turn supports their families and villages.

Bonie Shupe is a textile and product designer who has worked one-on-one with the artisan weavers to create these vibrant new designs while retaining their traditional motifs and techniques.

The pillow backs are dark gray wool fabric with a zippered closure. Insert not included. These are easy care–hand wash and lay flat to dry.


Additional information


green, red, white


90% wool 10% alpaca


about 20" long X 20" wide


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