For master pattern maker Kathryn Wieldraayer, the word “Rangemark” spans borders and generations.
Originally the name of her great grandfather’s painting studio in coastal Maine, today it is the banner under which she meticulously designs, handcrafts and block prints unique and inspired patterns onto elegant, organic linen and flour sack fabric. Operating out of her studio in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Kathryn marries gorgeous aesthetics with everyday functionality to bring a touch of beauty to household staples such as dishtowels, napkins, coasters, pillows and more.
What makes Kathryn’s work so special is the painstaking process she uses to achieve it; each pattern is individually sketched then transferred by hand onto a custom block for printing. This delicate technique produces subtle variations in the design, making each piece a true, one-of-a-kind original. Kathryn is a passionate advocate for her community as well, employing local women to contribute their sewing expertise to her pieces.
Kathryn believes strongly in creating quality textiles that will last generations—just like the name she inherited from her great grandfather. Her mission is to bring beauty into your home in a way that cultivates a warm, inviting space in which to live and entertain.