Niu, the coconut tree, was one of the canoe plants brought to Hawaiʻi by Polynesian voyagers. The large, strong leaves were made into baskets, hats, mats, thatching, furniture and cordage. The nut holds up to a quart of water, and the flesh is used for various purposes depending on the ripeness of the nut.
Pillow cover: tan body trimmed in a gold basketweave, green niu frond blockprint
Cotton – Hand wash cold, line dry, iron if needed