Leafing it through it last night, I found the page on Gocken Jobs, a textile designer for her family business, Jobs Handtryck, which has been producing hand-printed fabrics, mostly for home interior use, since 1944.
Oh, dear. I just spotted the handbags created with Jobs Handtryck’s fabrics. And the prices. If I plugged everything into the currency converter correctly, it appears that just buying a meter of fabric from Jobs Handtryck would set you back about $150. Gulp.
Have I extolled the virtues of Do-It-Yourself design lately?