Janery is my handmade product line. My current collection consists of awesome pillows & pet beds, unique felted wool “Sunglass Sweaters”, and reusable produce & grocery bags.
My products are carefully sewn for durability, because I want my customers to love their Janery products – not just when they arrive, but over years of use. I intentionally seek out and purchase supplies that are Made in the USA as much as possible, and I ship my products in lightweight, eco-friendly packaging.
It all began with a stack of pretty fabrics, and visions of pillows and dog beds popping into my head as I sat in long corporate meetings.
Though I’m still sitting in a cubicle during the day, my nights are now spent designing and sewing like crazy for my shop.
Why choose Janery pillow covers vs. the others available on Etsy?
I will only create and sell the highest quality products. All Janery pillow covers are sewn with invisible zippers in the bottom seam, so that both sides of the pillow can be shown off. All pillows are made with the same (or coordinating ) fun fabrics on either side – you’ll never find a fun fabric on the front, and a plain white cotton canvas on the back.
My pillow covers are earning rave reviews from customers – check out this recent review at the blog A Home in the Making.
Janery pillow covers are sold separately from pillow forms, to keep shipping costs down – and because many of us already have pillows that just need a new cover.
With Janery, I pledge to always give back, no matter how small my company may be. A portion of all sales will be donated to the Carpenter Shelter/Hoffman Center for Homeless Families, because I believe that everyone, deserves to live in a safe, affordable home.
I believe in supporting US businesses, so I’ve taken the time to track down quality suppliers whose products are manufactured in the USA. The pillow inserts, flour sack towels, quilt batting, and polyfill are all made in the USA by family-owned companies. The organic cotton produce bags are manufactured overseas, but in certified fair labor & fair wage facilities. I have not yet been able to source only US-made fabrics, but I continue to research it.
I was recently interviewed at the blog Budget Blonde about life behind the scenes of Janery.