Height: 23.125 in
Width: 31.375 in
Rectangular pillowcase with black, white, and red vertical stripes, Two thin blue stripes. A knot of yellow fabric at the bottom.
The Bedouins are a nomadic people who, historically, have lived across the Middle East and North Africa, inhabiting arid areas and moving their base with turning of the seasons. Traditionally womenâ€™s work, the Bedouin weaving was developed in their unique culture, creating household items suited for the life in the desert. Sheep wool from oneâ€™s own herd is spun into thread, colored with natural dye and woven into a fabric using a ground loom. The particularly tight and strong fabric is used for tents, rugs, pillows, and other domestic items.