OrangeYouGladStudio

Trendy, modern textiles from up-cycled, vintage fabric

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania · 2 Sales

OrangeYouGladStudio

Trendy, modern textiles from up-cycled, vintage fabric

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2 Sales On Etsy since 2009

Announcement   Each item is one-of-a-kind and contains locally sourced, "up-cycled", vintage fabric. Click an individual listing to read the exciting history behind each product.

Watch for our shop re-launch in Summer 2017!

Announcement

Last updated on May 27, 2017

Each item is one-of-a-kind and contains locally sourced, "up-cycled", vintage fabric. Click an individual listing to read the exciting history behind each product.

Watch for our shop re-launch in Summer 2017!

Haley Nagy

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Haley Nagy

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About

Why "Orange You Glad"?

Because orange is my favorite color! And who doesn't love a good knock-knock joke?

I was professionally trained as a visual artist and received an MFA in Interdisciplinary Book & Paper Arts in 2012. I learned to make paper with a Hollander beater, and mould and deckle, as well as how to bind one-of-a-kind artist books. After graduation, my interests rapidly migrated from books to textiles as I realized that fabric and thread also have a story to tell. As it turns out, many of the specialized tools and skills required to create a handmade book translate directly to sewing. (Accurate measuring, bone folders, awls, rotary cutters and how to properly turn a corner!) And so, from my love of all crafts that require pins, needles or thread, Orange You Glad Studio was born.

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  • Haley Nagy

    Owner, Artist

    Maker of artist books, textiles and interdisciplinary works. http://www.haleynagy.com

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Last updated on Apr 20, 2017
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Care instructions

All textiles are pre-washed and made to be used and loved. Goods made from vintage materials may have some minor staining, which just adds to the charm of the product. To best preserve the color and the life of your item, launder in cold water and dry on a low-heat setting (or line-dry).