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October 1, 2014

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Tennessee’s Kathryn Allison has a passion for patterns. And it shows in her fresh, hand-printed textiles.

The founder: Grew up in Birmingham, AL, and headed off to Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, GA. After graduating with a fine arts degree and learning screen printing in summer internships, Allison started Rangemark in her home studio in Chattanooga last fall.

The company name: Rangemark was the name of her great grandfather’s painting studio in coastal Maine.

The goods: Hand-printed dish towels ($25), napkin sets ($64 for a set of four), table runners ($62), lumbar and throw pillows ($40 to $ 72 in a merry mix of colors (teal, gray and blueberry) and patterns (fronds, feathers, arrows and peonies).

The material: 100% organic linen. “It’s a quality fabric with a rich texture that gives life and dimension to my patterns,” said Allison. “The linen also softens with each use.” Since it is absorbent, it is a good choice for dish towels.

What’s hot: The frond pattern in grey (below).

What’s new: Offering fabric by the yard. Also plan to offer a cotton fabric as well as some colored fabric.

Where to buy: www.rangemarktextiles.com and http://www.etsy.com/shop/rangemark

 

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