seasawcrafts

Hand Printed Aprons, Towels, and cloth napkins

Durham, North Carolina | 8 Sales

seasawcrafts

Hand Printed Aprons, Towels, and cloth napkins

Durham, North Carolina 8 Sales On Etsy since 2015

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Cecelia Murray

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Cecelia Murray

Announcement    Welcome to the new Seasaw Crafts shop. I am a one woman shop. Everything I sell, I've made or printed in my smoke and pet free home studio in Durham, NC.
I have revamped my offerings to include my chef's aprons augmented with flour sack towels, a new line of cloth napkins and full size flour sack towels all hand printed with my linoleum block images.
I have images of radishes, apples, cherries, fish, roosters, sea turtles, flowers and more. I can print any of my images in whatever color you like and print them on aprons in various colors. The smaller designs can be printed on cloth napkins that come in many colors. The flour sack towels are always white, because that is the color that they should be. I'm always working on new images.

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Last updated on Feb 25, 2019

Welcome to the new Seasaw Crafts shop. I am a one woman shop. Everything I sell, I've made or printed in my smoke and pet free home studio in Durham, NC.
I have revamped my offerings to include my chef's aprons augmented with flour sack towels, a new line of cloth napkins and full size flour sack towels all hand printed with my linoleum block images.
I have images of radishes, apples, cherries, fish, roosters, sea turtles, flowers and more. I can print any of my images in whatever color you like and print them on aprons in various colors. The smaller designs can be printed on cloth napkins that come in many colors. The flour sack towels are always white, because that is the color that they should be. I'm always working on new images.

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About

Practical in a Fun Way!

I love to create! I have been creating things as long as I can remember. From doll clothes and paintings when I was a child, pottery and silkscreen as a teenager, to my current projects like restoring a 103 year old house, competing with my husband on who cooks the most delicious food, and of course my linoleum block prints on kitchen towels, aprons and cloth napkins.
I like to take something and make it into something else. I learned that from my Mom and Dad. Growing up with seven siblings and not having lots of money, we knew how to make something wonderful out of something ordinary.
My Mom always said "Just because it is a dish towel, doesn't mean that it can't have style" I strive to make things that are useful as well as nice to own. My pieces are meant to be used. Functional art is how I think of them.
I a member of The Durham Craft Market and have been having great fun every Saturday morning meeting my customers and getting the great feedback that fuels my creativity. I also sell my towels and napkins at The Artisan Market at 305. A shop in downtown Durham that sells handcrafted art from North Carolina artists.
I have been wanting to do this for a long time. When I turned 60 I decided that if I wasn't going to do it now, then when?
The last few years my business has grown to the point that I have gone from full time to part time at my day job so that I can devote more time and energy to my craft, so I decided to re-open my Etsy shop.
I hope you like my handcrafted items. Feel free to request special orders, or just get in touch with any questions, or feedback.
I love talking to people about my work. That's why I love doing craft markets.
Check out my page on Facebook and follow me on Instagram to see my one of a kind aprons and totes that I make from re purposed materials that I sell at the craft market.

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  • Cecelia Murray

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