Monday, September 15, 2014

Molly Hatch coming to SF Makeshift Society!

For a long time I have been a big fan of Rena Tom and all that she had been up to since starting her retail shop Rare Device, to writing her recent e-book Retail Readiness (which I highly recommend for those of you considering wholesale!). Rena is the founder of the Makeshift Society--a coworking space and organization designed for creative freelancers and independent business owners with locations in San Francisco and Brooklyn.


I am very excited to announce that I have organized a workshop for the first time at Makeshift San Francisco--coming up soon: November 8th, 11am-2pm. It will be over a brown bag lunch and lots of tea. I hope you will come and join me, members get 15% off!

Register HERE: http://legacy.makeshiftsociety.com/event/meaningful-marketplace-118-1100am-200-pm/


Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Molly Hatch for blend fabrics!

I am so very excited to have some of my favorite patterns made into my very first collection of quilting fabrics! I grew up in a household of makers, and sewing was something introduced to me at a very young age. While I don't have much time to dedicate to sewing in my day to day, I am very excited to play with making lots of fun items for my home with the fabrics that blend has collaborated with me to make!

CLICK HERE to view full collection and learn about purchasing, see images below for a sneak peek--many more on the blend site!







Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Chasing Paper Collaboration!

Earlier this year I was in touch with sisters Elizabeth and Annie Rees, co-founders of Chasing Paper. Elizabeth, Annie and I were all equally enthusiastic to collaborate to create my first collection of removable wallpaper and its now available for wholesale and retail!

I first came across Chasing Paper's amazing removable wallpapers when they were featured HERE on the Design*Sponge blog last year. Just last month Elizabeth Rees was featured on Design*Sponge with a lovely interview HERE.

Come by Chasing Paper's booth at NY NOW August 16th when I will be at the booth getting behind my new goods!
Elizabeth Rees of Chasing Paper

Perfect Plaid--comes in a ton of colors!

Star Bright--I can't wait to put the pink into my daughter's room!

Flower Power

Star Bright

Perfect Plaid in a lovely understated Grey.

Flower Power!

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Interview with Molly on Red Clay Rambler today!


Ben Carter of Red Clay Rambler interviewed me amidst the hustle and bustle of NCECA back in March. It was a really great conversation and I am so excited to be able to share it with you! Ben asked me about my work and much more, leading to a conversation with me that you have not heard anywhere else!

About Ben Carter:
With a MFA in ceramics from the University of Florida, Ben Carter has got to be one of the most well-traveled studio potters I have ever met. Ben recently relocated from Shanghai China to Santa Cruz CA where he is working on building his studio.

I have thoroughly enjoyed listening to Ben's podcast over the last year or two. His conversations are current and exciting. Ben is truly digging deep into the issues of being a studio potter and ceramist. I encourage you to add him to your playlists!

Here is the link to listen to the podcast interview: http://www.carterpottery.blogspot.com/2009/05/welcome-to-tales-of-red-clay-rambler.html

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Chasing Paper Collaboration



I am so excited to announce my collaboration with Chasing Paper. This summer my removable wallpaper will be available through their site and retailers to boot. Below is just a sneak peek at what will be coming!
Peel it, stick it, love it. Chasing Paper is beautiful, well-designed wallpaper that will stick to nearly any surface. Go ahead and get creative! They’ve got you covered.
Chasing Paper was born in the hustling sparkle of New York City, but its roots are in the Heartland. Created from conversations with serial movers, stylish mamas, renters who feel like anything but, DIYers, and, of course, commitment-phobes, Chasing Paper is simple to hang and easy to remove.