Ever since we started Unison back in 2006 we have worked with Griswold Textile Print in Rhode Island. Founded in 1877 on the banks of the Pawcatuk River, it serves as one of the few hand print mills left in the United States. We wanted to work with a factory that still hand screened since we had just come back from spending several years as junior designers at the famous textile and design house Marimekko in Finland. It was at Marimekko we learned about high-level craftsmanship and that pride felt about the products created. Griswold is very unique in that it still hand screens which we feel is important in today’s world of highly mechanized textile industry. Their commitment to quality has been unwavering and we are grateful for having such a unique partner in the creation of our products. All of the fabrics we produce with Griswold are inspected right at our headquarters in Chicago and then converted by a local sewing company into our line of pillows, tablecloths, aprons, napkins, oven mitts and potholders.