and table linens, how are they actually made?
A: I have a heat press and there're placed by hand on each item
and created one piece at a time so you do get an actual one-of-a-kind product.
Q: Why not just screen print the design?
A: I choose this process because I like the nuances of how the color
stays on the surface and give the image a look-feel of an old lithographic etching.
Q: Why are they spot clean, are they that fragile?
A: It's what I prefer for the placemats and pillows. As they are a decal, some bleed,
other don't. But with the napkins washing in cold water is best and never iron
directly on the image.
Q: What is the mix of feathers mix is in the inserts and are they made in the USA?
A: The inserts are made in California and the blend of feathers are 95% goose
feathers and 5% goose down. That mix makes the inserts soft and perfect
for a snuggle with a book, a movie or a good conversation!
Q: Where is Whim & Caprice made?
A: I live and produce Whim & Caprice in the Anderson Valley surrounded by
wineries, redwoods, and the occasional family of deer. I can't sew, so my lovely
sewers are small and all local to the Napa area. I am made locally and believe in
leaning into community.