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Kata Golda is an artist in the small, mossy seaside town of Port Townsend, WA. She grew up surrounded by fiber artists which led her to finding her own voice as an artist and businesswoman. Kata preserves crafts such as needlework, letterpress printing, hand-thrown pottery, hand-dyed textiles, felting and bookbinding. By carefully selecting environmentally friendly materials, using up every little scrap of fabric, and reusing supplies as much as possible, she strives to produce zero waste and have the lowest impact on our planet as possible.
Her work is simply delightful. We are carrying a little Kata Golda story for young people . . . lovely handmade gifts for babies and kids. Or possibly something the child in you can't resist.
The linen pillows will add a perfect touch to your home décor. The classic hand-embroidered design is perfectly suited for adults and children of any generation. The pillow form contains a mix of white goose feathers and down and is covered in 100% cotton. The linen pillowcase is machine-stitched as a removable slipcover. Pillows are adorned with a tea-dyed hemp/organic cotton patch with a hand- and machine-stitched border. On each patch is a hand-embroidered design featuring bears, a cat and butterfly, a digging dog, elephants, or an owl and snail.
12 x 12”
delicate wash, line dry