jacraghead

J. A. Craghead & Company

Oregon, United States · 42 Sales

jacraghead

J. A. Craghead & Company

Oregon, United States 42 Sales On Etsy since 2009

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Announcement   Here at J.A. Craghead & Co. we offer handcrafted, unique textiles and knit goods available nowhere else.

My Great Grandmother Anna came to Portland with her husband Paul in 1918 to open a German bakery on Southeast Belmont. While Paul spent his long days baking kuchen, pies, and rye bread, Anna taught my mother to knit in the Continental Style, a knowledge I later inherited.

Times have changed. Anna died in 1939, and when Paul followed her in 1940, the bakery closed. No longer did the smell of caraway waft over the streetcars clattering up the road to Mount Tabor.

Other things survived, however. Today, you can still find Anna's care in everything J. A. Craghead & Company offers. From our line of textile goods to our handknits, each piece is a handcrafted work of art available only in a limited quantities.

And if you have something specific in mind that you don't see here? Ask away! Whether in design or in materials, we welcome custom requests.

Warm Regards,

~Judy Craghead, Owner

Elsewhere on the Web:
Blog: http://blog.jacraghead.com/
Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jacraghead/

Announcement

Here at J.A. Craghead & Co. we offer handcrafted, unique textiles and knit goods available nowhere else.

My Great Grandmother Anna came to Portland with her husband Paul in 1918 to open a German bakery on Southeast Belmont. While Paul spent his long days baking kuchen, pies, and rye bread, Anna taught my mother to knit in the Continental Style, a knowledge I later inherited.

Times have changed. Anna died in 1939, and when Paul followed her in 1940, the bakery closed. No longer did the smell of caraway waft over the streetcars clattering up the road to Mount Tabor.

Other things survived, however. Today, you can still find Anna's care in everything J. A. Craghead & Company offers. From our line of textile goods to our handknits, each piece is a handcrafted work of art available only in a limited quantities.

And if you have something specific in mind that you don't see here? Ask away! Whether in design or in materials, we welcome custom requests.

Warm Regards,

~Judy Craghead, Owner

Elsewhere on the Web:
Blog: http://blog.jacraghead.com/
Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jacraghead/

Judy Craghead

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Judy Craghead

Yamhill Market Bag No. 830
US$49.95
My Mother's Apron No. 388, Summer Pies
US$29.00
My Mother's Apron No. 566, Summer Roses
US$29.00
My Mother's Apron No. 279, Philip Jacobs Tulip
US$29.00
My Mother's Apron No. 493, Kaffe Fassett
US$29.00
Streetcar Bag No. 313, Yuwa Handmade & Buttons
US$32.95
Elsie's Project Bag No. 737, The Dressmaker
US$46.95
Streetcar Bag No. 309, Shannon Lamden
US$32.95

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Sara

Sara on Mar 31, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

I absolutely love this apron! I might have even squealed when I opened the package. The colors and fabric are perfect! Well made! Thank you!

Anonymous on Jul 8, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

Thanks Judy!!! It arrived safe to Maine 7/7 it is Beautiful!!!

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Shop policies

Last updated on February 4, 2011
Here at J.A. Craghead & Co. we offer handcrafted, unique textiles and knit goods available nowhere else.

My Great Grandmother Anna came to Portland with her husband Paul in 1918 to open a German bakery on Southeast Belmont. While Paul spent his long days baking kuchen, pies, and rye bread, Anna taught my mother to knit in the Continental Style, a knowledge I later inherited.

Times have changed. Anna died in 1939, and when Paul followed her in 1940, the bakery closed. No longer did the smell of caraway waft over the streetcars clattering up the road to Mount Tabor.

Other things survived, however. Today, you can still find Anna's care in everything J. A. Craghead & Company offers. From our line of textile goods to our handknits, each piece is a handcrafted work of art available only in a limited quantities.

And if you have something specific in mind that you don't see here? Ask away! Whether in design or in materials, we welcome custom requests.

Warm Regards,

~Judy Craghead, Owner

Accepted payment methods

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Payment
We accept PayPal as our primary payment method.
Shipping
We ship via USPS 2-Day Priority Mail unless otherwise requested. Buyer is responsible for all shipping charges. Insurance is optional.

For international shipping please contact me for a quote.
Additional policies and FAQs
Every item we make is limited edition and one-of-a-kind. As a result, we cannot create an exact duplicate of an item which is no longer available. Once an item is gone, it's gone!

However, we can, most of the time, custom create something with a similar look and feel. We can also create customized designs to meet your special needs.

Price and turnaround time vary depending on availability of fabrics and materials, and on how busy we are. For more information, and/or a quote, contact me.