Any food blogger will tell you that it’s as much about the photography as it is about the food. The photos are what get people to see your recipes but the quality of the recipes are what keep people coming back. One of the secrets to food photography are the props you use to create a story around a dish.
Recently, I was connected with the extremely talented Christina Obuch of the textile studio Hatchet. You see these stunning fabrics and tea towels? She made them all. They are honestly the most beautiful fabrics I have ever seen, these pictures do not do them justice. When I opened the package, they completely took my breath away. I love supporting small, local businesses and Hatchet is exactly that. Christina’s pieces are inspired by aspects of nature and focus on shapes and colours and textures to design new collections using plant based/ solvent free materials. My sister has been begging me for any of these fabrics because she wants to frame them and use them to decorate her space (I know what I’ll be getting her for her birthday!).
You might have noticed a few of these fabrics highlighted in my most recent photos – keep your eyes peeled, because you’ll be seeing much more. If you’re interested in learning more about Christina and her work with Hatchet, you can check out her online store and Etsy Shop. Next on my list? One of her gorgeous totes!
Fabrics and tea towels c/o Hatchet.
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