Trilby Hainstock

October 29, 2013

After receiving her fine art degree from CCA, San Francisco, Trilby Hainstock worked as a scenic artist and properties artisan here in Seattle creating large sets for the theater. Collaborating with many talented artisans and designers taught her to find beauty in repurposing materials and to find new ways to combine technology and craft. She often finds that limited resources and humble materials are her biggest inspiration and aspires to make objects that are uniquely modern, alluringly utilitarian, and affordable. She makes it a priority to conserve and to work locally. Her work has been featured in Seattle Met, Seattle Magazine, Ecoterre, and Lark Books.

Colorful reversible leather cuffs are inspired by vintage footwear and the way elemental shapes wrap around the body

Colorful reversible leather cuffs are inspired by vintage footwear and the way elemental shapes wrap around the body


Mod atomic textiles and vintage toile inspired this line of silkscreened tea towels and prints. Each includes details of beloved Seattle neighborhoods that many locals will recognize!

News and more info here: trilbymade.blogspot.com Oliotto on Facebook  and www.oliottohandmade.com

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