Comfy and Cozy Mother’s Day Textiles

Cotton, felt, and wool, oh my! Keep reading for all-things fluffy and fabric — mom-inspired, of course.  

 

These Knitted Aromatherapy Balls 

As is the case with all great things, these versatile balls serve a practical purpose as well as a decorative one. Supplement them with a few drops of your mom’s favorite essential oil scent, and these knit creations will become a gift that keeps on giving.  

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This Jerrie Print Kimono Robe 

Perfect for May’s in-between spring weather, this light, cotton robe, from Pottery Barn, will have your mom in relax-mode before you know it! Monogram it with your mom’s initials for an additional charge.  

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These Everyday Slide Slippers 

And speaking of “relax-mode,” this ultra comfy, terry-cloth slippers from Nordstrom reminds us of a spa weekend. 

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This No-sew Felt Flower Bouquet 

Perhaps your mom has pesky springtime allergies, or maybe she’s simply partial to flowers that grow in gardens; whatever the case may be, these adorable felt flowers are allergen-free, wilt-free, and made to last. 

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This Au-natural Moss Shower Mat 

Okay, not exactly a textile, but this moss shower mat certainly falls under the category of “fluffy.” Ease your mom’s transition from the shower to real life, and in the process, keep the drip-age to a minimum with this ultra-absorbent, eco-chic, naturalist-friendly, green-thumb-esq idea.  

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This Sassy Set of Socks 

Does your mom like wine? Does your mom wear socks? If you answered YES to both of these questions, perhaps these handmade wool socks will suit your gift-giving fancy.  

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Written by Zakiya Kassam

Zakiya Kassam

Zakiya is a freelance website content writer based in Toronto.

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