These really feel like humble kitchen cloths that have been attended to as if they were canvases — palettes are balanced, simple, and cohesive. Christine says the designs stem from her "fascination with leaves, pattern, words and color." The single-minded focus on utilitarian textiles that are small enough to be hand-printed means that every piece is crafted with care.
Because these are hand-printed, prices aren't cheap. Tea towels start at $22, aprons at $48, and market bags at $92 for 2. You can buy them online through studiopatro.com.
- Founded by: Christina Weber
- Headquarters: San Francisco, California
Studiopatro sells hand-printed tea towels, aprons, and market bags made in the San Francisco Bay Area. Christina Weber runs the design collective, and she describes the "people behind the cloth" as "friends and collaborators who cut, print, sew, photograph, and generally lend a hand."