Process

Artisans

We produce using people, not machines. The stamps for our block-prints are carved by hand and each is applied individually. Our quilts are hand cut and hand stitched. Our woven goods are made one at a time by artisans working on looms. To find out more about each process, click on the map below.

New Bedford

New Bedford

Massachusetts

Once a thriving textile centre with over 70 mills, New Bedford is now home to our block-printing workshop.

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Brooklyn

Brooklyn

New York

Home to our studio / storefront and where all the design happens!

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Oaxaca

Oaxaca

Mexico

Teotitlan, a small weaving town outside Oaxaca City is famous for its' textiles. We work with traditional Zapotec weavers to make our wool rugs.

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Antigua

Antigua

Guatemala

The weavers of the Guatemalan Highlands are internationally recognized for their craftsmanship—especially for their ikat weavings. We work with third generation weavers to make our cotton rugs.

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Ayacucho

Ayacucho

Peru

In a tiny hill top village outside of Ayacucho lives a family of weavers known for back strap weaving.

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Process

Our Footprint

Materials