April 22, 2014 --

"In-The-Know Locals: Kei Tsuzuki and Molly Luethi of Kei & Molly Textiles, an Albuquerque, New Mexico, studio dedicated to designing and hand-printing fabrics..." -- Catherine Strawn

April 8, 2014 -- Epicurious Magazine

"Kei & Molly's dish towels detail desert style - adobe houses, chile roasters, cactus-lined highways - in graphic silk screen..." -- Amy Perry

April 4, 2014 -- Wine Industry Network 

"Going back to our roots as representatives for local artisans, TopNest Designs introduces a kitchen towel line from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Hand-printed on your choice of flour sack or cotton/linen fabrics, Kei & Molly Textiles has created two designs, expressly for Wine Country retailers..." -- TopNest Designs

August 30, 2013 --

"I love to mix and match one-of-a-kind dish towels in the same color palette." -- Jessica Alba

March 19-20, 2013 -- Small Business Summit

"We have come together to do something creative in the community, and also to create a business that will help hire women in the South East Heights."  -- Kei Tsuzuki

Feb 14-27, 2013 -- Featured in: why (local) art matters

"Swiss and Japanese designers come together in NM to form an aesthetic triad called Kei & Molly Textiles" -- Jennifer Moreland

July 26-Aug. 9, 2012 -- Featured in: Hecho en Nuevo Mexico

"'Buy Local’ has become a mantra for many New Mexicans, and this second annual list of locally-made products makes heeding that mantra very easy."  -- Local IQ

May 2012 -- Featured in: 'Til You Drop: My 5 Finds

"These are designed and made in Albuquerque.  I love the playful, contemporary pattern and the striking single-color print.  It's stimulatingly handmade and modern." -- Amy Coburn


Nov 17-23, 2011 -- Featured in: Alibi Holiday Gift Guide 2011

"This fabric-printing company makes kitchen linens with New Mexico themes like adobe houses and the Very Large Array.  All are hand-sewn and pressed on natural fabrics using eco-friendly, water-based inks..." -- Jessica Cassyle Carr