May 2, 2013

Four Plus One?!

Throughout the month of May, lavender-filled pillows are specially-priced at $88 for four, plus one bonus.  Individual pillows are still recession-priced at $22 (previously $24 -- see how I love you?!). Each pillow measures approximately 9"x5" and contains 4 oz. of pure lavender buds from the Provence region of France.  Nearly all fabrics are vintage.

Lavender's calming quality makes your nightstand a good place to keep it.  Some of my customers sleep with them under their pillows, although that might be too strong for some.  Another place is the back of a chair where you frequently sit.  Each time you sit against it, the buds crush a little which releases the fragrance.  Its perfume will last for several years.

Priority mail for a set of five is $7 (domestic) and will be on your doorstep in two days.  Email me (see sidebar) with your phone number and I will call you.  Call soon -- I will be hawking my wares at Talmadge Art Show on Sunday (details also on sidebar), so follow your nose to the heavenly lavender scent for the same special price.  Thank you for supporting an independent artist!

Hong Kong brocades were brought to the U.S. in the late 1950s and early 1960s when it was the only part of China that outsiders could visit.
More Chinese brocades
Japanese fabrics were once part of kimono or obi
Japanese obi
Japanese kimono and obi
Japanese kimono
Japanese kimono
Japanese kimono
Japanese kimono and obi
Japanese obi
New shibori-dyed silk is from the workroom of Doshi

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