Maria Q's Profile

About

Wild Child Gardens began in 2009 when I had gardens in half a dozen different yards and needed a brand name to sell produce, seeds and salve at the farmers market. I’ve since expanded to include sewing and screen printing cloth kid’s books, aprons, stuffed animals & mutants, quilts, accessories.

I use probably 90% salvaged materials (lots of fabric sample books and recycled clothes!) which allows me to keep my prices and environmental impact low.

I really enjoy the problem solving that goes into each new piece. Don't hesitate to contact me with custom orders, even if something is not listed in my shop. I'd love to figure it out.

My products are currently available in these stores;

Tempe Farmers Market (Farmer & University, open 7 days a week)-…

Read more

  • Female
  • Joined August 11, 2012

Favorite materials

cotton, velvet, linen, wool, screen printing ink, denim, ribbons, lace, turquoise, vintage lace, felt, lavender

Shop

WildChildGardens
Rough hewn, frolicsome, functional art

About

Wild Child Gardens began in 2009 when I had gardens in half a dozen different yards and needed a brand name to sell produce, seeds and salve at the farmers market. I’ve since expanded to include sewing and screen printing cloth kid’s books, aprons, stuffed animals & mutants, quilts, accessories.

I use probably 90% salvaged materials (lots of fabric sample books and recycled clothes!) which allows me to keep my prices and environmental impact low.

I really enjoy the problem solving that goes into each new piece. Don't hesitate to contact me with custom orders, even if something is not listed in my shop. I'd love to figure it out.

My products are currently available in these stores;

Tempe Farmers Market (Farmer & University, open 7 days a week)- Arizona
La Montanita Co op- Albuquerque, New Mexico:
Nob Hill Location (3500 Central Ave)
Valley Location (2400 Rio Grande Blvd NW)

Unfollow username?

Are you sure you want to stop following this person?