Three New Buckwheat Warming Pillows in the Beekman 1802 Mercantile!
Jen and I have been busy making new things for the Beekman 1802 Mercantile. Some of them just went up, and some are for the future (you'll just have to wait...). You can click on the hyperlinks below to see them in the Mercantile. A word about buckwheat pillows... We infuse buckwheat seeds with essential oils to make lovely and soothing scents. These go in to the pillows which are then microwavable for warmth, or freezable for coolness, useful for muscle aches, headaches, or simply just for relaxation. We encourage you to give them a try. They're pretty too! This is Jen's Lavender Jasmine Buckwheat warming pillow. It's inspired by the laying hens at the Beekman farm, with the 1802 logo numbers on the front. Also Jen's, this is her Orange Cinnamon Buckwheat warming pillow. This is a modern take on the classic vintage kitchen towels of the 1930s and 40s. Jen is working on a red one as well. This is Beth's Baby Goat Lavender Buckwheat pillow, inspired by Farmer John's playful baby goats. While you are looking at our pillows, check out the rest of the beautiful offerings at Beekman 1802. Josh and Brent carefully curate the Beekman 1802 Rural Artist Collective to bring you the best of American craft. We've said it before but we are so very happy to be part of Beekman 1802 and this initiative to promote and preserve American hand work. Happy hooking, and happy shopping! - Beth
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