|To soothe an achy head, place your eye pillow in the freezer|
for 15 minutes before use. Then place over your eyes and chill out.
YOU’LL NEEDMaterials & Embellishments
Kimono fabric, 8” x 8” square
Periwinkle satin, 4” x 10”
Peach satin ribbon, ¼” wide, 18” long
All-purpose light blue thread
Scented Herbs & EssencesDried lavender flowers, ¾ cup
Whole flax seeds, ¾ cup
Lavender essential oil
Tools & SuppliesStraight pins
WHAT TO DO
1. To make the pillow, lay the kimono fabric face-up and fold in half, with the wrong side out. Pin all three open edges together with the straight pins.
2. Hand stitch the pinned sides together with a backstitch. On the last side, leave a 2” gap to pour in the filling. Remove the pins and turn the pillow right side out.
3. To make the filling, blend the lavender flowers, flax seeds, and 30 drops of lavender essential oil in a bowl. Let air dry for one hour.
4. Use the funnel to pour the filling into the 2” opening in the pillow. The pillow should be floppy, not plump.
5. Stitch the opening closed with a slipstitch hidden inside the seam by folding the fabric edges in and tacking them together. Stitch inside each fold in a back-and-forth pattern.
6. To get the look of an obi sash, lay the periwinkle satin face down. Fold a 1” hem on the two long sides and iron. Then fold a 1” hem on one of the short sides and iron.
7. Lay the pillow crossways across the periwinkle fabric. Fold the periwinkle satin around the pillow, overlapping the hemmed end on top of the unironed end. Pin together.
8. Stitch the top end of the periwinkle satin to the bottom end of the satin with a slipstitch.
9. Wrap the peach ribbon around the periwinkle sash and finish with a petite bow. Naptime!