linenlaid&felt in the news

For press inquiries about linenlaid&felt handmade books, please contact Katie Gonzalez at linenlaidfelt@gmail.com.


press mentions

Online

The Etsy Blog: Inspiring Workspaces: linenlaid&felt

Refinery29: 35 Unique Valentine's Day Gifts On Etsy 

The Great Lesser Known: Video interview

Style Blueprint: 14 reasons to check out the Porter Flea Holiday Market

Sweet Peach Blog: The Lifetime Book (May 2016)

Sweet Peach Blog: The Handmade Book (February 2015)

paNASH: Turning Your Passion into a Business (video interview)

Simon and Ruby Blog: Creative Crush: Katie Gonzalez of linenlaid&felt 

 

In Print

The Tennessean: 5 holiday gift ideas for Mom

The Tennessean: Crave: Buy Local at Holidays

Flow Magazine (Dutch edition): Boekbind-kunst

Nashville Lifestyles Weddings: Lovely Local Details

Nashville Lifestyles: What to hit at Porter Flea Holiday

Native: 2012 Holiday Gift Guide and 2014 Holiday Gift Guide 

Nashville Scene: Critic's Picks: Handmade & Bound

The City Paper: With high attendance and interest, Porter Flea crowd finds success in person and online

The East Nashvillian: DIY Christmas

The East Nashvillian: Continuing Education for the 21st Century

 

On TV

Talk of the Town: Bookbinding demonstration on News Channel 5 in Nashville

 

 

 

Katie Gonzalez, the talent behind linenlaid&felt, is a traditional artist who has devoted her time to keeping the classic art of bookbinding alive. Handmade wedding guest books, baby books, Instagram photo albums, travel journals and sketchbooks combine the cultural identity of Italy with a touch of Southern charm.
— Style Blueprint
While digital devices and apps reign supreme in other workplaces, Katie Gonzalez has built a tactile career for herself as a full-time bookbinder. Her business, linenlaid&felt, is named after the textures of the paper she cuts, folds and stitches into one-of-a-kind sketchbooks, journals and photo albums in her 10-foot-by-11-foot studio — one that’s free of computer screens.
— The Etsy Blog
The soft leather and colorfully marbled covers of linenlaid&felt’s hand-bound books are irresistible... A perfect present and keepsake ready to be filled with salutations from loved ones, indelible images or simply the day’s random ruminations.
— The Tennessean
I love a good notebook, at home or on the job, where I can jot down ideas and doodle and write to-do lists and goals. So, by my very nature, I’m a big fan of these gorgeous handmade books crafted by Katie Gonzalez of Nashville, Tennessee.
— Sweet Peach Blog