I Pretzel Hug U Collection
OTTO FINN’s I Pretzel Hug U motif is a fun interpretation of a classic interaction with children – that is, playing and gesturing to our eyes, hearts, and arms’ embrace as a way to say “I love you”. OTTO FINN offers this design on a varied assortment of products including tea towels, napkins, aprons, throw pillows, banners, art prints, bags, and clothing.
Embodying a clean, modern, and natural aesthetic, OTTO FINN carefully considers a range of quality and sustainable materials, like linen and water based inks, to provide timeless and durable products. All OTTO FINN designs are sewn and screen printed in Pittsburgh, PA.
The I Pretzel Hug U Collection offers a range of home goods and wearable in a variety of colors and print combinations. Each item’s design is screen printed with water-based inks on mindfully sourced fabrics:
- One 18”26” tea towel is $22
- Set of two 18”x18” napkins is $30
- Child and adult size aprons range between $49-$69
- One 18”x18” throw pillow with optional feather/down insert is $85
- Banners range between $29-$31.50
- One art print is $25
- One tote bag is $25
- Onesies and T-Shirts, sizes 6 months to 5/6 years, are $20 each
To find products available for purchase from the Piramides Collection, please visit OTTO FINN’S online store or inquire more using the contact buttons below.
About the Producer
Established by Rona Chang, OTTO FINN provides fashionably functional children’s accessories, women’s apparel, and thoughtfully designed home products for the design-conscious consumer. Rooted in designs that are characterized by simplicity, minimalism, and functionality, OTTO FINN offers handcrafted pieces of enduring character. Rona carefully considers a range of quality and sustainable materials including organic cotton, recycled cotton, flax linen, and water-based inks. With these practices, OTTO FINN has achieved the requirements for the Bronze designation from the SWPA Sustainable Small Business Designation Program. All OTTO FINN designs are sewn and screen printed in Pittsburgh, PA.