Pulled Thread: A single yarn has snagged and pulled from a woven cloth. Not expected to continue to unravel. May leave a slight open area where the single loose yarn has been removed.
Weavers Knots: Tiny knots smaller than a sesame seed are visible on the outside of the cushion instead of being invisible on the inside of the cushion. Weavers knots are natural to loom woven fabrics and will not contribute to the unraveling of the fabric.
Slub: A thicker section of yarn or small lumpy section of yarn. Slubs are natural to some textiles such as cotton, linen and wool.
Ink Mark: A very small stroke of ink from an ink pen. May or may not wash out. Only present on one side of cushion.
Colored Fiber Inclusion: A small section of yarn from a different colored fabric which has been unintentionally trapped in a woven cloth during the weaving process. May or may not be possible to pick the foreign thread out with a needle.
Small Print Error: A small section of the printed pattern where the print plates did not align properly or retained a smudge from a previous plate. May cause the pattern to have an unintentional outline or slight ghost image. May also include a small area where the print ink did not adhere leaving a small white section.