JwrobelStudio

Handmade. Vintage. Primitive. Textiles and Decor.

471 Sales

JwrobelStudio

Handmade. Vintage. Primitive. Textiles and Decor.

471 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(155)

Announcement   Welcome to my little corner of Etsy where fibers and textiles, new and old, come together to decorate you, your home, your world. Here I have a little bit of everything I love: knitting, rug hooking, patterns, vintage, primitives, and folk art. Sit back, stay a while, and take a look!

Enjoy!

Looking for your baby? Please visit my other shop at broodbaby.etsy.com.
Making it yourself? Check out JwrobelScratch.etsy.com.

Announcement

Last updated on May 21, 2018

Welcome to my little corner of Etsy where fibers and textiles, new and old, come together to decorate you, your home, your world. Here I have a little bit of everything I love: knitting, rug hooking, patterns, vintage, primitives, and folk art. Sit back, stay a while, and take a look!

Enjoy!

Looking for your baby? Please visit my other shop at broodbaby.etsy.com.
Making it yourself? Check out JwrobelScratch.etsy.com.

Jess Wrobel

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Jess Wrobel

Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(155)
Kathy

Kathy on Mar 8, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

Easy pattern to follow with the great directions. Made this for a friend who says it keeps her warm on cold, windy days.

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Updates

Hooking is the most satisfying endeavor. Recycled fabrics and clothes transform into sweet designs. It's magical.
The Lily of the Valley rug hooking pattern--- this is the needle punch version!
I love this second needle punch version of my Three Hearts Rug Hooking Pattern.
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About

Handmade. Vintage. Primitive. Textiles and Decor.

"Making" is in my DNA. I don't recall a time "before" I came to handmade. My grandmother, a textile mill worker, taught me the fundamentals of manipulating fabric and thread. My love of quality and skill has always kept me in awe of the the handiwork of bygone eras. A husband with a penchant for flea markets taught me the thrill of the hunt. Now, here I am.

I'm prone to a certain quirky kind of crankiness that only creative people can get away with. But it is only because I want what I want. I want delighted customers, a thriving community, and a happy planet. Most importantly, I want the best out of my materials. It is very humbling to sit before another artisan's work--a 1890's hand pieced quilt square, for example--and attempt to figure out what's next for it; what's best for it. Because in working with vintage and antique pieces and materials My Story isn't just mine. My Story started with another person in another time. And once it's done with me, My Story becomes Yours.

Shop members

  • Jess Wrobel

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator

    Wake. Make. Repeat.

Shop policies

Last updated on May 21, 2018
I have always been fascinated by fabrics and textiles. Something about them just resonates. Color and texture combine to not only create beauty, but function, as well. While I work in and am entralled by the exploration of numerous fiber techniques, knitting, in particular, seems magical to me. The ability to create something from nothing is inspiring. That I can sit with a ball of string and turn it into a piece that provides beauty, warmth, comfort, and usefulness all at once is awing. I wait in rapt attention for each piece to descend from my needles. Manipulating and combining my textiles with my experience in costuming, papercraft, and surface design is a neverending and enthralling pursuit.

The items you will see in the various collections are all one of a kind or made to order pieces, created by one real person for another. My design aesthetic is an amalgam of my bohemian and vintage sensibilities with a dose of classic design. A retro/mod type of feel makes an appearance from time to time, too. My inspiration is vast and varied: sometimes it's from a textile, image, or museum artifact, sometimes a color or a texture. Life experience is a frequent influential contributor. I source my materials to be organic, fair trade, recycled, and/or re-purposed. Frequently, my fabrics and yarns come from other artisans who work in small, exquisitely executed batches, who also maintain an environmentally friendly mind-set. This makes "one of a kind" an even truer description of some of my pieces. Through my work and studio I seek to marry creative inspiration with mindful business practices to contribute to the strength of a meaningful community of artisans and the people we create for. In all, I aspire to make beautiful things for you.

Please take the time to look around at my different collections and offerings, and certainly don't ever hesitate to ask any questions.

Thank you and enjoy-
Jess

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
  • Money Order
  • Other Method
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
Contact me within: 7 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 14 days of delivery
I don't accept cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
  • Items on sale
I want you to be delighted with your purchase. If for any reason you are not, or if an item arrives damaged or in error, please contact me so that we can correct the situation. Refunds for the purchase price will be made if I am notified within 1 week of delivery and the item is returned in sellable condition. All shipping costs are your responsibility as the buyer. Please remember too, however, that I cannot allow returns of custom ordered/commissioned pieces, patterns, instant downloads once they've been dowloaded, or emailed pdfs.
Payment
Please make your payment within 48 hours of your purchase. Failure to do so, regretfully, will result in the cancellation of your sale. Checkout using the "Other" option is only applicable if you and I have made alternative arrangements in advance.

Thank you!
Shipping
*Please note that I am frequently on the road for shows and treasure hunting, which can sometimes effect my shipping schedule. While I always make every effort to get your purchase to you promptly, there may be a bit of a delay. Never hesitate to convo me if you'd like to know when my next shipping day will be. Thank you!*


Instant Downloads are always available.

Most orders are shipped via USPS or FedEx with delivery confirmation, but I also use UPS when appropriate. I will refund any significant overcharge of shipping, so please don't worry. I ship most orders out the next business day after your purchase. Items that are listed as either "custom" or "made to order" provide delivery schedules within their product descriptions. Please make sure those timeframes work for you prior to ordering. If you have any other special requests, please don't hesitate to ask.

Please note, that I ship to the shipping address listed on your Etsy order.

For International Buyers: I usually ship USPS Priority or First Class International Mail. This usually takes 6-14 business days. However, there are occasionally delays at the customs office of the destination country over which I have no control. Please keep this in mind. Buyer is responsible for any import fees, tariffs, or taxes. If you would like to explore other less expensive shipping options, please just let me know.

Thank you!
Additional policies and FAQs
Please Note: I occasionally have questions about an order's details or shipping information. If the purchaser does not respond to my queries within one week, sadly, I will have to cancel the sale.

Customer Service: I always do my best to respond promptly to questions or concerns, but do please keep in mind that evenings, weekends, and holidays are for family and there may be some delay during these times.