Large Beinn Wool Cushion

The Good Shepherd
Large Beinn Cushion by The Good Shepherd. handmade grey, white and black felted wool.

Inspired by a residency at the Bothy Project, these cushions bring to life images from Emily Watts' time living in the Cairngorms in Scotland. Contrasting monolithic natural forms, with simplified design, each piece is a reflection on seclusion and the desire to cuddle up and hide away. This piece is particularly evocative of the landscape, with fantastic line and form in varying natural hues. The polyurethane details contrast against the natural British wool and reflect the nature of materials often found in agricultural settings.
Material: Blue faced Leicester Wool, Shetland Wool, Polyeurathane detailing, Down filling
Dimensions: Length: 100cm Width: 50cm Depth: 30cm (Approx)
Care Instructions: Spot clean with water
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Large Beinn Wool Cushion by The New Craftsmen
Large Beinn Wool Cushion by The New Craftsmen


Knitted on a domestic frame, operated by hand, this piece has been made entirely in-house. This particular design is achieved by weaving two sets of yarn simultaneously in different directions. The knit is then felted, cut and hand-sewn together.
The Maker The Good Shepherd Knitter - South East England

The Good Shepherd is a knitwear company founded in 2013 by RCA graduate Emily Watts. Specialising in hand knitted textiles, the brand creates intricately knitted cushions and throws imbued with a strong sense of British identity, rooted to culture, process and place. The Good Shepherd draws inspiration from the exposed, windswept landscape of the Shetland Islands, following a research trip to Shetland’s northernmost isles where much of Emily’s yarn is sourced.