Bundle dyed using a combination of plants, flowers, food waste and natural dye extracts to create a one-of-a-kind print on silk
-100% Habotai silk with a zipper enclosure
-Inner cushion not included (however drop a message if you would like one!)
Care + Washing
- Easily cleaned with a mild soap and cool water. I suggest Eucalan, as it is a natural laundry detergent for delicate items.
- Hang dry
Woman-owned, handcrafted, small batch business
Co-created with nature. Only using natural fibers and dyes. Slow and sustainably made. Mindfully foraged from the garden, forests, and kitchen offering a full spectrum of color, that continues to transform gracefully with time.
Exploring the relationship between plants and fabric offers each piece it’s own completely unique outcome.
I am so beyond grateful for the continuing support and energy we are creating in this critical shift in human awareness. This is a consistent and steady effort that I plan to support with everything I put forth in my content and my actions; ever learning and responding. Each purchase from EUNOIA Space donates 10% of sales to The Movement for Black Lives Fund.
“The Movement for Black Lives Fund supports the work of the larger M4BL ecosystem and our collective work.
Your dollars will be put to work where they are needed most.
The Movement for Black Lives is made up of over 150 organizations that coordinate actions, messages and campaigns. Organizations like: Black Alliance for Justice Immigration, Blackbird, Black Lives Matter Network, Black Organizing for Leadership and Dignity, Blackout Collective, Black Youth Project 100, Color of Change, Dignity and Power Now, Freedom Inc, Southerners on New Ground, UndocuBlack Network, Law4Black Lives, Black Movement Law Project, and many others.”
10% of the proceeds will go directly towards the Movement for Black Lives @mvmnt4blklives
“The Movement for Black Lives (M4BL) seeks to reach millions, mobilize hundreds of thousands, and organize tens of thousands, so that Black political power is a force able to influence national and local agendas in the direction of our shared Vision for Black Lives.”
So much love and appreciation for all involved and that continue to be.