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Hello, we have a small store, in Maryland, USA. You have an article about “Gwoodie” and we are interested in contacting Cristina Mihutiu to perhaps buy some of her products to sell here in the USA. Our e mail is email@example.com Thank you!
Most certainly! I sent you an email with her contact details. Let me know how it all works out. If you are interested in wooden products from transylvania, you might also want to check out Gandul de Lemn http://ganduldelemn.blogspot.ro/ who makes lovely traditional carved spoons.
Hello! Hello! What a wonderful site you have – much continued success! I am a designer who lived in Budapest for 18 months and worked with a small women’s cooperative there to learn the traditional felt applique technique. We continue our work together with a fabulous holiday line in particular. My husband and I were also lucky enough to travel throughout Romania. I fell in love with Roma embroidery and would love to bring it to the US alongside the felt offerings. I have a pair of pillows that I purchased in Budapest (but they are Transylvanian, I’m confident) and would be glad to send photos of the white and white embroidery on white linen. I am very much hoping to connect with a cooperative and would be grateful if you have a resource you could share! Thanks very much, Jennifer
Hey there Made-in-Transylvania!
I would like to both contribute and to promote our organic bread that is made in Cluj. Looking forward to a discussion / meeting.
Best of luck, love what you do here.