Erin Hall is an innovative artist and designer.
After graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design, Erin traveled the globe representing numerous textile mills, researching trends and creating a wide array of bestselling textiles for the residential market.
Along the way, Erin discovered the beautiful shores of Lake Champlain in upstate New York and was hooked. She tucked away her passport, settled across the lake from Burlington, Vermont and established an art studio in Westport, New York.
It’s in this studio that Erin creates all of her designs, develops her own screens and hand-prints all her creations, ranging from tea towels to sanctuary wall hangings and commissioned projects large and small.
Today, Erin finds herself shifting roles between creating original silkscreen wall hangings, tea towels and home goods and collaborating on interiors designed by the firm she and her husband run, Hall Design Group.
Erin is happiest when she gets to silkscreen to her heart’s content and her kids wake her up with coffee in bed (and if they spill, there’s usually a tea towel handy).
At Erin Hall Studio, our commitment to handcrafted, design-first products runs deep. And that the Studio runs as well as it does is thanks in large part to our amazing sewist*, Christine. Christine helps me think through all our pattern-designs and then brings those designs to life with her extraordinary sewing. Her dedication to craftsmanship and gorgeous quality are evident in every piece we offer.
*What's a "sewist"? Glad you asked. According to threadsmagazine, sewist "is a relatively new term, combining the words sew and artist, to describe someone who creates sewn works of art, which can include clothing or other items made with sewn elements."
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