Stainless steel clothespins designed in 1969 by Louis Violet and still manufactured today by the Violet family in their workshop in the South of France. Guaranteed to never rust, break, or loose their spring.
These hearts are inspired by the milagros sold in front of Basilica de la Soledad in Oaxaca, Mexico to offer for Our Lady of Guadalupe. They are both a means of employment for local Oaxacan women and a creative way for the company to repurpose the smallest colorful scraps from clothing production.
Handmade, hand stitched, and hand beaded by a small group of women in Oaxaca / 6 ft / Wrapped around handmade paper
Lost wax-cast S-bend key hook in solid brass. Hook should be looped around a belt before the belt is fully threaded through jeans. A keyring can be slipped over the end of the S bend. Because the key hook is held flat against the belt, a keyring slips on or off the hook without pressure, but once it is hanging in the open section beneath the belt, it will not ride up and off.
Home indigo dye kit. The kit contains natural indigo dye, all needed auxiliaries packed in water dissolvable packets, rubber bands, instructions and one pair of latex gloves. All you need is a 5 gallon bucket or trash can, hot and steamy water, and something to dye. Each kit will dye 6-8 shirts, or two bed sheets, or 12 tea towels.