South Pole XL Hand-Embroidered Pillow by Catstudio

Item #: CATST-XL-PL-SouthPole


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South Pole XL Hand-Embroidered Pillow by Catstudio (Special Order)

This original design celebrates the SOUTH Pole! With the world's population at nearly 7 billion people, Santa needs more help! So the kind Penguins of the South Pole have volunteered to help train reindeer, build gingerbread houses, and more! Read the whole story here.
This EXTRA LARGE pillow is entirely HAND embroidered on light tea-colored 100% organic cotton. Amazingly it takes 2 weeks (80+ hours) with 2 artisans working on it - just to make one of these XL Pillows! It is also unique in nature since each artisan incorporates a certain flair and signature to his/her work. Accented with black velvet piping.

Our XL pillows can be ordered in any of our geography designs!
Allow 4 months for delivery. Contact us for more information.

  • Extra large, extra special. Embroidered by HAND: it takes 80+ hours to make one!
  • Dimensions: 30" x 30"
  • Materials: 100% Organic Cotton; Poly form included; Button closure.
  • Hand Embroidered and Made in India
  • Care Instructions: Dry clean only.
  • Fun Facts: Perhaps the tv movie "Santa Claus is comin' to Town" was the first depiction of Santa with a penguin helper. In this tale, Kris Kringle (Santa), befriends a lost penguin whom he names Topper. The two are toy-giving outlaws in this fun Christmas tale. Author Nicole Cagle wrote a story of a secret spy for Santa who also happens to be a penguin. The Catstudio design asserts that Santa Claus has a devoted team of penguin helpers in the south pole. The story tells of a piece of ice which floated up to the north pole from antarctica. Upon this piece of ice was Petie the penguin. When Petie met Santa the two decided that the best thing to do would be to enlist the help of all South Pole penguins with the Christmas toy rush.
    • * Due to Logistical challenges outside our control, some special order items may take two to six weeks for delivery.

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