Stone Textile

$48

The Classic Textile is made of a sheer silk with a soft drape and crepe-like texture. Our silk fabrics can be used in a variety of ways. Place them as a runner on a table, or use them as a styling textile for flat lay photography. Steaming our silks will offer a soft, clean finish, or dampen the fabric for a more natural crinkle texture.

All of our textiles are hand-dyed to order by our small team of artisans in Santa Ana, California. There is a bit of magic in our dye process, making each product unique. Our colors are hand-mixed creating subtle variations that enhance the natural character of each piece. We thoughtfully package each individual item we create to ensure you are receiving the highest quality possible. As a result, our current production time for textiles is 3 weeks, plus the shipping method you select. Please visit our Processing page for more information on production times.

Our current in-house processing time for all products (excluding textiles) is 3-5 business days + the shipping method you select. If you purchase a textile we have a current lead time of 3 weeks + shipping, as each silk textile is dyed-to-order. If you need your order sooner, please select Rush Processing at checkout. 

Rush Processing is a service which will put your order at the front of the production line and is an added 30% fee to your total order. Our whole team of gals stops what they're doing and focuses full attention on your order. Rush orders delay all other orders and projects in our studio. It's a service for those moments you find yourself in a ribbon emergency. Rushing your order will reduce the processing time from 3-5 business days to 1-3 business days. 

We currently ship using USPS Priority Mail for domestic orders and DHL Express for orders outside the US. For more information on our shipping policies, visit our shipping info page

To clean your textiles you can dry clean, hand, or machine wash on cold. Depending on the stain, silk is best washed by hand with a mild detergent. Rinse well, squeeze out surplus moisture by rolling in a towel and hang to dry or tumble dry. Never spot treat your silk textile. Rubbing one area of silk can cause lightening in just that spot. For moderate stain removal, especially ones in the middle, wash the entire textile. Dark or unsightly stains should be taken to a dry cleaner.