These cushions are made from a rare vintage Yoruba textile in the most gorgeous berry colour. The colour has been created by red and white stripes in the weft and alternating red and black threads in the warp. There are rows of false openwork at intervals created by weaving around the teeth of a metal comb. I've made 4 cushions with the aso oke used for both sides of the cushion and there are zip fasteners and feather pads.
These plainer berry cushions work beautifully with the beige aso oke with the berry stripe show in the last photo above.