For the friend that rather stay in than come out, here are some beautiful gifts to upgrade the home they never want to leave.Read More
For those who throw the best parties or make weekday dinners a culinary event, here are our top picks for the entertainer in your life.Read More
Green throw pillows, towels and rugs have been sprouting up in our offerings. See the interior decor from our mood boards that inspired our products.Read More
Over the last year, we have had the pleasure to collaborate and work with Claudia Mills, master weaver, and colorist based in West Philadelphia. We are inspired by her innovative approach to the age-old format of rag rugs.Read More
We invited Alexis Siemons, tea Consultant and author of the blog Teaspoon and Petals to host an event in our shop. She gathered an all-star cast of local food artisans and put together an amazing night. September 28th 2017 we closed the shop early, lit some candles and enjoyed a four course tasting with 40 new friends.Read More
I think I have a healthy skepticism about astrology, but according to this article I am truly a cancer. Although we love to explore color with our products and in the store, my personal home is filled with neutral layers and calming blues. Click on to find the color way that best suits your astrological sign.Read More
We sat down with Gabrielle Mandel of Supra Endura, She interviewed about Cuttalossa and the experience of running a small business in Philadelphia. Click over to her website to check it out.Read More
Big honor to be included in Philadelphia Magazine's 'Best Of 2017' Click through to see the full list of Philadelphia's finest businesses.Read More
In preparation of Wayward Collection's POP-UP at Meadowsweet, we did a quick collaborative photoshoot blending their vintage fashion with our summer textiles.Read More
A year ago our friend and photographer Chloe Berk asked if she could photograph our apartment for a House tour on Apartment Therapy . One year later reporter, Catherine Laughlin said she saw photos of that tour on Pinterest and asked if she could write about us in for the 'Haven' column in the Real Estate section of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
We love lavender for its wide range of uses. Just like our pestemals , lavender can be used on the body and throughout the home. Read on to learn about some of our favorite ways to utilize this magical herb.Read More
Welcome to the Cuttalossa Fall/Winter Collection, rich hues inspired by the season, deep rust and cobalt blue.
As always Cuttalossa uses all-natural fibers for an uncommonly soft feel. This season features heavier weaves for a feeling of comfort as temperatures subside. Employing bold colors to inspire long after leaves have fallen.Read More
A big thank you to Jojotastic.com for featuring our products on their blog and hosting a GIVEAWAY for $100 to shop at Cuttalossa.us!Read More
We sent Los Angeles textile artist, Janelle Pietrzak a few of our favorite Turkish towels. She returned the favor with beautiful photos illustrating her use of our towels as she tried to keep cool during a California heat wave.Read More
This season we were inspired by the cool blues of swimming pools and the warm pinks of evening summer skies. Our New hand dyed collection: classic pestemals and peskirs updated with indigo and other hues, all done in small batches in Philadelphia.Read More
Cuttalossa is growing and we're looking for a talented intern to join the team! This is the perfect opportunity for someone with an interest in retail, marketing, or textiles! Learn the behind-the-scenes of running a small business, while gaining marketable skills like inventory management, marketing, and buying operations. Fringe benefits include petting lots of cute Alpacas!
Intern requirements and responsibilities
-Must be proficient in excel and adobe programs
-Must be available Mondays and Saturdays.
The position has opportunity to be paid upon commission.
Please email resume and brief note describing your interest to email@example.com
Aside from our organic, handwoven line of Turkish textiles, Cuttalossa is a local-centric, farm-to-city line of textiles and dry goods. Whether we're collaborating with our alpaca farm to develop a new line of fall sweaters, planting tea seedlings for an upcoming harvest, foraging wildflowers for natural dyeing, or checking cutting board samples for our Modernist Collection, on any given day, you can find us ferrying between local the farms and artist studios we work with. If you've ever wondered about these local farms and artisans we work with, we encourage you to check out our Philadelphia Inquirer profile for the behind-the-scenes operations of our business! Check out the full article here.