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R on Apr 1, 20225 out of 5 stars
This is really a pretty scarf. The design is beautiful and it is tastefully and carefully printed. The scarf is good quality fabric, a lovely color--exactly as pictured-- and a good size, too (it could also be worn as a wrap). It was carefully packaged and promptly shipped. I am very pleased with it.
Denice on Dec 29, 20215 out of 5 stars
love the shirts. great fit, soft, and love the designs. beautiful. will be buying more. Mahalo
Lustrous Metals Jewelry on Dec 20, 20215 out of 5 stars
Love it! Just as described. Washes great - doesn't fade. I'm ordering more! Mahalo nui loa
Cynthia on Nov 22, 20215 out of 5 stars
Fit well, fabric falls nicely, style is versatile as you can wear it on or off the shoulder.
Karina on Oct 25, 20215 out of 5 stars
It's soft, comfortable, beautiful and flattering! Thank you!
Maile on Jun 7, 20221 out of 5 stars
Still haven't received this product
Maile on Jun 6, 20221 out of 5 stars
i haven't received this item
Jessica Keʻala responded on Jun 6, 2022
I mailed your shirt on May 31 via USPS. Etsy emailed you a shipping notification on May 31 that has a link for you to track the package. When I clicked the "track package" link, it shows that the package was delivered to your mailbox on June 4 at 11:38 am. I also took a screen shot of that tracking message and sent it to you this morning. I take my orders seriously and if there was an error on my end I would own up to it. However, this situation is different because I completed the order in good faith and mailed it to the address given to me through your order. According to the tracking number which you can also access, it says it was delivered. If you had a question about an order, you could have messaged me privately; I always want customers happy. But once I fulfill an order, itʻs out of my hands.
Limahana = "Hard-working Hands"
Born and raised in Kuli‘ou‘ou, O‘ahu and a graduate of Kamehameha Schools, Jessica Ke‘ala Kim studied art at the University of Redlands in California and the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, where she received a B.A. in Art History. Her artwork has been shown in exhibitions in the continental U.S., throughout Hawai‘i, in local publications, and in private collections.
Although trained in drawing and painting, Jessica is a self-taught block print artist who carved her first wood block over 15 years ago after researching her Hawaiian genealogy. She learned about her maternal granduncle Edwin Kwan Oe Inn, a self-taught artist who made block print postcards and art. He would send them to Jessica’s mother in Hawai‘i while he was living in San Francisco. Upon seeing her granduncle's beautiful block prints, Jessica was inspired to try block printing as a new medium.
At present, Jessica is primarily a block print artist who draws inspiration from Native Hawaiian history, culture, stories, legends, nature, animals, and ‘Olelo No‘eau (Hawaiian Proverbs).
Jessica formally started her company, Limahana, in late 2014. "Limahana" in Hawaiian means "hard-working hands." Limahana is also significant because it is a family name, tracing back to one of her earliest ancestors.
Her greeting cards, clothing, and apparel may be found at the following locations on the island of Oʻahu: Homegrown store at Pearlridge Center, Nā Mea Hawaiʻi at Ward Center, the Hawaiʻi Mission Houses Museum Gift Shop, and online at her Etsy store: www.jessicakealakim.etsy.com.
Ever since carving her first block print series honoring her genealogy, Jessica seeks to honor and perpetuate the skills and stories her granduncle began so many years ago.
Jessica Keʻala Kim
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I gladly accept returns and exchanges
I don't accept cancellations
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
- Custom or personalized orders
- Perishable products (like food or flowers)
- Digital downloads
- Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
Additional policies and FAQs
Professional printing ink that is washable and dry-cleanable on natural and synthetic fibers is used for block prints on apparel.
The ink on all apparel has been set and is washable. Spot-cleaning or hand-washing is preferred (the vibrancy of the colors may last longer.) However, items may go into a washing machine on gentle cycle (except for the womenʻs shawls/scarves.) Cold water only for all cleaning methods.