Kalinko cushion covers are handwoven on wooden looms in remote Burmese villages, often outdoors under the stilts of the weavers' homes. They are imperfect and may vary slightly in size and colour. They may have pulls in the thread, or knots where a new piece of yarn has started. Fluff may have drifted on a breeze into the loom and been woven in. They may also vary by a centimetre or so from the dimensions below. To Kalinko these idiosyncrasies make them perfect, and we hope you agree.