Lavender Eye Pillow


Homebody Textiles
Lavender Eye Pillow
Organic cotton and silk satin, natural dyes: cochineal
4H x 9W x 1D, 9 ounces
Item #259-04A

1 in stock

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“At Homebody, every sample and scrap of fabric holds potential. These eye pillows started as an idea to use up some prints from the development of our Pathway Bandana in Dusk—and then we got hooked! They’re backed with smooth silk and filled with a fragrant mix of dried lavender, rice, and organic flax seeds. Let the relaxation begin.

The Lavender Eye Pillow is a testament to our small, slow, thoughtful approach to textiles. We printed and sewed it with our own four hands over multiple days in the studio. Variation in color and printing is to be celebrated as a hallmark of the natural dye process—think of it as our signature on your one-of-a-kind piece!” -Homebody Textiles

(Image of single pillow with tag is the exact pillow you will be purchasing.)


Emily Parkinson and Sarah Parkinson – Bakersville, NC
Emily and Sarah Parkinson, the co-founders of Homebody Textiles are color lovers and pattern aficionados through and through.

Em has a degree in fashion, a closet full of mustard clothes, and a kitchen full of silver serviceware. Sarah has a background in environmental sustainability, a flock of hens, and lots of mud on her hiking boots. They both learned to sew sometime in elementary school thanks to their mom’s capable hands and have been working with textiles in some way or other ever since.

Homebody started as whispers and what-ifs that slowly crystallized into something more. Inspired by the rich palette of natural dyes, asymmetry, and the quiet elegance of household objects, they sketched and tossed around ideas. In the fall of 2019, Em and Sarah designed their first collection on the cobalt-blue porch of a little farmhouse in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

There’s a lot they love about this collaboration, but the best part is just that—collaboration. Homebody is the two of them, their materials, their designs and processes, and all of you. It’s so much more than the sum of its parts.