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Kitchen Garden Textiles

Make the Most of Every Morsel

At the kitchen garden series we’re thinking about how to honor the systems that feed us, and what we can do to make the most of every morsel as the...

Finding Equilibrium

On every equinox, night and day are approximately equal in duration as the sun centers directly over the earth's equator. This ancient symmetry of our rotating planet reminds us that...

A little bit more

This Labor Day season, I am considering how the hard work of many has shaped the American nation and how we as consumers and business owners in the American economy...

designing beyond plastic

The designs for the kitchen garden series collection and my personal journey to reduce waste and give up the plastic habit, developed together. My products grew from my curiosity about...

designs that honor the cloth

The process of getting linen from flax is an arduous one. Yet, I’ve found beauty and satisfaction in the toil it takes to produce a piece of cloth without the...

Produce Bags For Summer Crops

Warm weather months means bright, juicy berries, tasty summer squash, and all the leafy herbs and greens our arms can carry. We feel all that delicious farm fresh goodness deserves...

Joyful Outdoor Eating

When I was a kid, the neighborhood Moms would take us to the park and we would eat our lunches sitting on a giant dinosaur, our favorite playground fixture. Our...

Why Shop at Virtual Markets?

The kitchen garden series is one of many small businesses and market organizers including virtual, livestreamed markets as a way to offer goods for sale during the pandemic. Virtual markets...

The Labor of Love

I’ve been reluctant to talk about making masks here as all my energy is going to keeping my business running during this global crisis. While I feel it's beneficial that...

Straw into gold, agriculture and textiles.

Much of this business is built on the connections to be made between textile manufacturing and agriculture as ancient human practices. I began making cloth napkins in 2012 and committed...

Kneehigh Flax Field

The day after Earth Day 2020, during the April new moon, Emma and I planted flax seed on her farm in Pottstown. We gathered our cross back aprons in front...

My bright spots under quarantine

Driving Less By this point in your state lockdown, you may be missing social outings like going out to dinner, or to the movies, or, well, anywhere at all. The...

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