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December 5, 2008

FLOCKS Pouf — by Christien Meindertsma


From the website:


FLOCKS is the brainchild of Rotterdam-based Christien Meindertsma.

You will love these warm, textural poufs that epitomize all that is wonderful about traditional, down-home comfort.

Christien Meindertsma has reinterpreted the ages-old chain stitch in an exuberant new form.

Using giant knitting needles she had crafted specifically for this purpose, she carefully knits these oversized stuffed rounds for soft seating that reminds you of being enveloped in a wool afghan.

The individual stitches on each pouf are so large that they become sculpture,


showing each intricate curve and loop as a work of art in itself as well as an integral part of the whole of the pouf.

A 100% cotton lining keeps the polyester fill in place. The texture plays with the light and adds depth to the organic shape, combining comfort, warmth and detail in one deceptively simple addition to your floor décor.

Try tossing a few poufs into the room and see how quickly guests scramble to sink into them.

Adding to the personal, hand-made sensibility is the tag on each Flocks pouf


that indicates the flock and personal name of the sheep the wool came from.

Size: 43.5" diameter x 20.5" high.

White, Blue, Red, Pink, Yellow, Green, Black or Brown.


$4,080–$10,980, depending on color.

Apply within.

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