MorelandPrint

Moreland Print and Baynes & Co. Dry Goods

Vancouver, Washington · 182 Sales

MorelandPrint

Moreland Print and Baynes & Co. Dry Goods

Vancouver, Washington 182 Sales On Etsy since 2013

5 out of 5 stars
(49)

Announcement   The official Moreland Print and Baynes & Co. Dry Goods Etsy page, home to handcrafted shirts, bags, and other accessories made by me, my wife, and my mother.

Our shirts are screenprinted by hand in our Vancouver, WA home.

As always, proceeds from every shirt sold goes to support our donation-based screenprinting education program, projectPRINT. Learn more at http://projectprint.org/blog/

The Baynes & Co. Dry Goods are meticulously handmade by my mother, Beth Baynes. A retired nurse, she has found her passion in crafting these items for you to enjoy. Learn more about these beautiful creations at BaynesCo.com.

Announcement

Last updated on Apr 20, 2016

The official Moreland Print and Baynes & Co. Dry Goods Etsy page, home to handcrafted shirts, bags, and other accessories made by me, my wife, and my mother.

Our shirts are screenprinted by hand in our Vancouver, WA home.

As always, proceeds from every shirt sold goes to support our donation-based screenprinting education program, projectPRINT. Learn more at http://projectprint.org/blog/

The Baynes & Co. Dry Goods are meticulously handmade by my mother, Beth Baynes. A retired nurse, she has found her passion in crafting these items for you to enjoy. Learn more about these beautiful creations at BaynesCo.com.

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5 out of 5 stars
(49)
Jessica Ghersi

Jessica Ghersi on Jan 13, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Love the cut of the shirt. The print is great too. Also, these guys are nice. That's always good. Thanks!

Matthew Adamson

Matthew Adamson on Jan 12, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Great design on a great shirt. I worked with MorelandPrint directly to do a custom shirt, and working with them was a great shopping experience. Highly recommended.

amberjoy1999

amberjoy1999 on Dec 25, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

The t-shirt is soft and not see through. I follow the direction on sizing and order medium. The sizing is good as well as communication with seller is great: respond quickly and answer all the question you ask. Looking forward buying from this seller again.

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Only 11 prints were made for Series A, and each is appropriately numbered. Printed by hand using waterbased ink on 13x19" French Paper 100# Pure White Cover paper. Made to honor the greatest Lithuanian the world has ever known.

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About

Made in the Pacific Northwest

I am David, and I love my hometown of Portland, OR. I attended Cleveland High School and then I went to college at University of Oregon, Portland State University, and Pacific University, all in Oregon. I moved to Vancouver because this is where I teach high school math, and it turns out that this is a really great little city! While I do really love living in Vancouver and I consider myself a fledgling Washingtonian, I am a true Oregonian and will be until I die.

In the summer of 2013 I married my beautiful wife, Meghaan. She is from Boise, ID, and I have to warn you that you will probably see some Idaho-inspired designs on this site soon. Thank her for that one, because it's all her. But because I love her, I have also started to love Idaho and what it brings to our region.

Moreland Print has always operated using three main philosophies:
1) Print shirts for cool organizations and businesses.
2) Create our own shirts that celebrate what we love- the Pacific NorthWest.
3) Give back to the people and organizations that make our communities thrive.

All of the work that goes into your shirt happens here in our house, by us and occasionally a couple of friends. The graphic design starts in Vancouver or Portland, and every process from there to packaging the final product happens in our basement. We put our hands on every shirt we sell. So when you buy our products, you are supporting an American company run by Oregonians and Idahoans living in Washington. And we think that's pretty awesome.

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Shop members

  • Dave and Meg

    Owner, Designer, Photographer

    We met in August 2008 (I claim it was 8/8/08, but that's just because I like numbers but have a bad memory). We have since had a wedding, several beers, and a couple of job changes. But we love each other, the Pacific Northwest, and screenprinting.

  • Alfie

    Biting Department Manager

    I am a gift from the heavens. I also bite anything and everyone I want.

  • Lola

    Chief Barking Officer

    Stoic. Pretty. Meow.

Shop policies

Last updated on April 26, 2014
Welcome to the official Etsy page of Moreland Print. We print these shirts by hand in Vancouver, WA with inspiration from our home states Oregon and Idaho. Our company is really just me and my wife, with a little help from our friends and family. We really hope you love what we make!

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Buy with Apple Pay
  • Pay with Sofort
  • Pay with iDeal
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
Payment is available via PayPal. I mean, how else can you pay for goods on Etsy? I don't even think there's an alternative.
Shipping
Most shirts are made to order (some are always in stock), and all ship USPS. Expect them to leave our location within 5 days and arrive at your house within 10 days of purchase. Please let us know if you have not heard back from us within 10 days of your order.
Refunds and Exchanges
Please contact us if you have any issues. We strive to create your new favorite shirt, but if anything goes wrong we would love to make it right.
Additional policies and FAQs
Moreland Print will contribute $2 from every shirt sold online and in local retailers, and 5% of its 2014 net earnings, to Mount St. Helens Institute. The partnership will run through the 2014 calendar year, with the opportunity to extend into 2015 and beyond.

Both parties hope to raise $1,000 for the institute, which would provide an opportunity for 120 students to attend Volcano Outdoor School, where children come face-to-face with geologic forces and discover the stories of plant and animal life in the heart of the Mount St. Helens blast zone.

Shirts can be found online at TheUnionTee.com or at Torque Coffee Roasters, 501 Columbia St, Vancouver, WA 98660.