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Have you ever wondered about the people who made your favorite mug, shirt or chair? In Why Do We Have Things?, Rita Mehta of The American Edit and Erin Husted of Hackwith Design House interview the independent designers, artists, small business owners and creatives behind our favorite things.
Today’s guest is Erin Dollar, the founder and maker of Cotton & Flax, a Los Angeles-based line of handmade textile home goods made using natural materials, including linen fabrics and eco-friendly water-based inks. Erin & Erin talk about sustainability – both in products and in business, building the right business for you, regardless of what the industry tells you you should do, and using social media for good – and to make real, meaningful connections.
Notes from the Show:
– Cotton & Flax
– Sumi ink painting
– The Object Enthusiast on Instagram | Laure Joliet on Instagram
– Erin’s upcoming class on Creative Live
– 10:04 by Ben Lerner
– American Gods by Neil Gaiman
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3 thoughts on “Podcast: Erin Dollar, Cotton & Flax”
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Loving your podcasts! I eagerly await each one and feel boosted with girlboss power after a listen. Thank you, thank you! Really!
Kristine! It’s an honor to have you as a listener, and I’m so glad you are enjoying! Thank you so so much!
I was so delighted to be a guest on “Why Do We Have Things?” – I loved the conversation that Erin and I had, and I felt like we could have kept chatting about sustainability and small business challenges for hours. Thanks so much for letting me be a small part of this awesome conversation!