TheCottonPost

The Cotton Post

Concord, North Carolina · 112 Sales

TheCottonPost

The Cotton Post

Concord, North Carolina 112 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(30)

Announcement   The Cotton Post is a cozy online general store for 100% cotton handmade items.

Previously known as TADA Bags. As of November 9, 2015, TADA Bags changed to
The Cotton Post. The new name represents the new products I am making and will be relevant for future products and growth. There will still be some bags but my focus right now is on items for the home. Specifically tea towels, napkins and pillows.

All items are handmade by Angie Mendoza for
Fashion, Performance, Durability

Announcement

Last updated on Nov 9, 2015

The Cotton Post is a cozy online general store for 100% cotton handmade items.

Previously known as TADA Bags. As of November 9, 2015, TADA Bags changed to
The Cotton Post. The new name represents the new products I am making and will be relevant for future products and growth. There will still be some bags but my focus right now is on items for the home. Specifically tea towels, napkins and pillows.

All items are handmade by Angie Mendoza for
Fashion, Performance, Durability

Angie Mendoza

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Angie Mendoza

Medium size tote // black and blue
Medium size tote // black and blue
$55.00
Teal tote // small // short straps // 5 pockets
Teal tote // small // short straps // 5 pockets
$45.00
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About

Fashion, Durability, Performance

I can't remember a time that I didn't enjoy working with cotton fabric. Linen runs a close second but is fussier to work with. Synthetics are a nightmare. I don't wear them and I certainly won't choose to work with them.

My business and products have solely been totes and purses since 2007. In the past couple of years I have become antsy to add other product lines and change the name of the business to reflect those changes. As of November 9, 2015 TADA Bags became The Cotton Post. The new name comes from my passion for cotton fabrics and country general stores. With The Cotton Post, I hope to convey a sense of an online country store with handmade items. Vintage items and sewing supplies will be added soon.

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Shop members

  • Angie Mendoza

    Owner, Designer, Photographer

Shop policies

Last updated on January 5, 2016
All products from The Cotton Post are handmade by me for Fashion, Performance, and Durability.

Cotton, linen and leather are the heart of all products here.

Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have a question about a listing or would like to ask about a custom order.

Thanks for visiting,
Angie

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
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  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
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  • Buy with Apple Pay
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  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Payment
Paypal, direct checkout, Etsy gift card
Shipping
USPS for domestic and international orders.

International orders will be shipped USPS first class. Buyer is responsible for any customs duties, taxes or processing fees incurred.

In order to save shipping dollars, your bag may be folded in the packaging. If it is slightly wrinkled when you receive it, a hot steam iron will take the wrinkles out. Or they will disappear after a few days of use.
Refunds and Exchanges
return policy: Returns will be accepted up to 30 days after delivery with full refund. Buyer is responsible for return shipping fees. Refund will be made after item has been received by the seller. Please contact me if you need to return an item.
Additional policies and FAQs
Washing tote bags:
Most bags from The Cotton Post can be hand washed in cold water and hung to dry. The liner will pull out (but stay attached at the top of the bag) to speed drying time. After bag is dry, run it through the dryer for a few minutes to get most of the wrinkles out, then touch up with a hot steam iron.

Occasionally, I use a fussy upholstery fabric that does not wash well but it shouldn't need it as soon as the cotton fabrics. I will always list in detail the fabrics used. When in doubt, contact me.


Washing kitchen tea towels:
Towel can be hand or machine washed in cold water. Tumble or line dry. Towel will have a slight rumpled look right out of the dryer. A quick steam ironing will give it a crisp look. Towel may shrink a small bit after the first wash. I have washed and machine dried the fabric to preshrink but as is the nature of cotton, it still may shrink a little more.