If you need some stress relief, try our eye pillows, available with lavender or unscented. Handprinted in cornflower blue on natural linen with a soft, brushed cotton back, our eye pillows are filled with jasmine rice and golden flaxseed. When heated, they have a nice, natural, slightly nutty aroma.
These can be microwaved or put in the freezer. Great for sinus headaches, meditation/yoga, or sore muscles. We suggest microwaving for 20-30 seconds to start, depending on the strength of your microwave, for a hot compress or store in the freezer for cold relief.
Our eye pillow measures 4x9 inches and is approximately 3/4 filled, so eye pillow molds to the contours of your face. Choose unscented or lavender.
Some people believe fragrant lavender blossoms produce a calming and soothing effect when inhaled. I adore the scent in it's natural form, as it reminds me of a summer I lived in southern France. I was introduced to herbs, smelly cheese, wine and potent black licorice by my host, Anne-Marie Chapouton, a writer of children's books and founder of a little library in Lourmarin.
My lavender sachets are hand printed on natural linen and filled with lavender blossoms, with no added scent or oils. The sachets measure 5" square and are printed in cornflower blue ink with a sand dollar design on the front. The back has our logo, name and "Hand Made in Rhode Island" printed in the same color ink. The sachets are sew shut by hand.
After several variations, I settled on a perfect size for our neck pillow. Not too heavy or big, our neck pillows will easily fit in a microwave and with loops on both ends, they're light enough to handle with ease. Neck pillows come with a drawstring storage sack.
Handprinted on unbleached, brushed cotton, and filled with buckwheat hulls, rice, golden flaxseed and hint of lavender. 3 1/4" x 25" with 5" heavy cotton twill loops.
Microwave for a hot compress or store in the freezer for a cold pack. We suggest microwaving for 20-30 seconds to start, depending on the strength of your microwave. Do not submerge in water.
Current pattern: Sand Dollar in cornflower