Do you accept international orders?

Right now my website is set up for orders shipping to the US and Canada only. If you are outside of these areas and would like to purchase a Farm & Folk product, please contact Sara at farmandfolk@gmail.com (or fill out the form on my contact page) so I can include your country in my shipping list and send you an international shipping quote. International buyers are solely responsible for all tariff and customs fees, and any other additional international shipping fees that may apply. 

Are you taking on custom orders?

I am currently open to taking custom orders. Please contact me via the form on my contact page or send an email to Sara at farmandfolk@gmail.com Let's see if we can turn your idea into a quilt!

How long before you ship?

All items ship within 2-3 business days, with the exception of custom orders which will be shipped upon completion. All United States orders will be sent an email with a tracking number link. 

Do you accept returns?

All quilt sales are final. That being said I stand behind my work. I inspect all quilts before shipping. If you have a problem with your quilt please contact me.

How do I wash my quilt?

The best way to wash a quilt is by hand. I recommend that you hand wash in cold water with a mild textile detergent like Synthrapol. If you have purchased a child or baby quilt I understand that it will need to be washed rather frequently. In this case it is usually okay to machine wash your quilt on a gentle cycle in cold water with Synthrapol detergent. It is also best to line dry your quilt and actually ideal to dry it flat if that is possible for you. Putting a quilt in the dryer is not ideal but if you must, then put it on the lowest heat setting and remove immediately. 

What materials do you use to make your quilts?

I am committed to whenever possible, working with sustainably grown organic fibers that are ethically produced. Most of my quilts at this time are produced with organically grown linen, organically grown cotton, or blends of the two fibers. I occasionally use raw silk and hemp or hemp/organic cotton blends as well. I'm always on the lookout for vintage wool clothing to cut up and turn into a quilt, and also used blue jeans. Anything is possible when it comes to quilts!

Are all of your quilts naturally plant dyed?

I am most inspired to make quilts from the fabric that I naturally plant dye in small batches by hand. All materials are listed in the product description of each quilt in my shop. I do occasionally work with recycled fabrics, but most of my work is naturally dyed. 

Shipping disclaimer:

Farm & Folk is not responsible for lost, damaged, stolen, or undelivered packages. I will supply you with a tracking number upon shipping. Once it leaves my care the buyer assumes all risk. I am happy to include shipping insurance on your package. This brings up the cost of shipping significantly, but is definitely an option so please contact me if you would like a quote on shipping insurance.