About Cotton & Flax - Tabletop Home Goods

Cotton & Flax is a line of handmade textile home goods from designer Erin Dollar.
Every piece in the collection is cut, printed, and sewn in Los Angeles, CA.

How It's Made

About Cotton & Flax - How it's madeThe striking patterns featured on each Cotton & Flax piece begin as ink drawings — Erin creates each pattern by hand, using a brush and sumi ink. Then she transfers these patterns to a silkscreen to print multiples on fabric. 

Cotton & Flax textiles are made using natural materials, including linen fabrics and eco-friendly water-based inks. Erin chooses linen-blend fabrics for their unique qualities: high absorbency, durability, and increased softness with time. 

Production for Cotton & Flax is done in small batches, and many items are available in a limited quantity as Erin refreshes her palette seasonally. Our tiny, 72 sq ft studio keeps our attention focused on creating high-quality products for you to enjoy at home. 

Want to take a look behind the scenes at Cotton & Flax? Check out these photos of our studio process, or follow Cotton & Flax on Instagram for daily peeks into what's happening at Cotton & Flax HQ.

Owner and Designer, Erin Dollar

About Cotton & Flax - Owner and Designer, Erin DollarErin Dollar is the designer and maker behind Cotton & Flax. With a background in fine art printmaking, Erin brings a simple, modern aesthetic vision to Cotton & Flax, which she founded in 2012. 

After studying fine art printmaking at UC Santa Cruz, Erin continued her studio practice and produced artworks on paper in Portland, Oregon. She began a series of experimental printmaking projects on textiles in 2010, and spent two years refining her aesthetic vision and perfecting printing processes before founding Cotton & Flax as a permanent home for her designs. 

With Cotton & Flax, Erin approaches textile design as a blend of fine art and fine craft. By using traditional methods to print each textile piece, Erin hopes to share her love of printmaking, and to promote greater public interest in owning unique, handmade home goods.