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Christina on Nov 11, 20214 out of 5 stars
4.5 stars was not an option. Really like the look of this item and glad I purchased. The edges/hem on the towel was a little loose, but otherwise a very pretty piece.
Bonnie on Sep 30, 20215 out of 5 stars
I am quite pleased with my tea towels. The fabric is top quality, and the "four-and-twenty blackbirds" design is quite clever!
Nancy on Dec 23, 20205 out of 5 stars
Lovely tea towel! Shipped quickly and the packaging is an extra creative touch.
Michelle on Apr 18, 20175 out of 5 stars
Great quality with clear graphics. This looks so nice in my kitchen! Had an issue with the shipping (not the seller's fault!) and she took care of it right away. Wonderful experience.
Mary on Dec 14, 20165 out of 5 stars
Great product and design - all arrived quickly and in great condition. Can't wait to give these to my friends. Thank you!
K on Jul 23, 20165 out of 5 stars
I love the cleverness of this piece and the excellent quality.
I love dreaming something up in my head and making it come to life.
My mom taught me how to sew when I was a little kid. One of my first projects was a denim dress with daisy trim (my mom did most of the sewing and I provided the art direction). Fast forward 18 years and applying to colleges. I wanted to go to art school, but didn't have the confidence and felt like I needed to get a degree in something useful so I got a teaching degree.
In 2003 at the age of 23 I quit my first teaching job, packed my bags and moved to NYC. I must thank my boyfriend at the time for breaking up with me and giving me a reason to escape.
When I moved to NYC I started sewing vinyl tote bags and selling them at street markets. Tote bags turned into my screen printed sloucho bags, which eventually turned into tees and pillows and tea towels. I taught myself website design so I could sell online, which I successfully did for years. As Etsy grew it made more sense for me to lean on my Etsy shop for online sales and focus my time on making and designing, rather than coding "buy now" buttons.
Please contact me if you are interested in wholesale or licensing my work. My blog is located here:
I've been selling on Etsy since 2006, but making things since forever. I'm a mom to a baby girl and wife to a stay-at-home dad who also helps out with shipping orders. We also share our home with Maine Coon cat named Mr. Paws and a dog named Lily.
The images you see printed on pillows and bags were designed by me and screen printed on my manual press here in my home studio. Pillows and bags are sewn by me on my much loved Kenmore sewing machine. Button packs and all packaging are also designed by...me!
You can learn more about what I do on my few-times-a-week-updated blog: http://wickedmint.blogspot.com
Thank you for shopping handmade!!
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I must charge sales tax on all items sold to New York addresses. This should be reflected in your PayPal invoice.
Attention international (non-US) customers: all customs and duties are the responsibility of the buyer
All items are shipped USPS First Class with tracking. If you require a different service to be used please message me before placing your order so that I can adjust shipping costs.
Most of my items are made-to-order. Items will be shipped within 7 days. If you need a rush order please message me before placing your order to make sure I can accommodate your request. There is no additional charges for rush orders, but I do reserve the right to decline and you may be charged for additional postage if an express service is necessary.
I ship internationally. Please contact me so I can include your location and accurate shipping charges.
NON-US BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: you are responsible for paying duties, taxes and applicable customs brokerage fees separate from the merchandise cost.
I work out of an office that receives a lot of shipments so I try to reuse the boxes whenever possible. All reused packaging is clean and in excellent condition.