June 28, 2018 - - The Way to Albuquerque | Mural Article

"Moreso, however, they hope that mural might be a site of education, or at least spark discussion among neighborhood residents as well as visitors from farther afield. "-- Maggie Grimason


December 17, 2017 -- Well Woman Life



2017/2018 -- Colorado Homes & Lifestyles

"...crazy about the tea towels from the Denver Art Museum gift shop, in 10 bright botanical patterns from Kei and Molly Textiles..." -- Rebecca Gart

2017/2018 -- Colorado Homes & Lifestyles

"Flour sack towels are the most absorbvent, and these brightly colored ones made by New Mexico print-makers Kei Tsuzuki and Molly Luethi are a splash of happiness in the kitchen." -- Beth Pilar Strongwater

April 2018 -- Martha Stewart Living

Kei and Molly sponge cloths are featured in Martha Stewart Living, located in the "Editor's Letter" of the April 2018 issue.

December/January 2018 -- American Craft

"When eco-friendly print line Kei and Molly Textiles took off, owner Kei Tsuzuki and Molly Leuthi shared their success by hiring refugees living in the shop's Albuquerque, New Mexico, neighborhood. Their original hand-printed designs celebrating home and community are available on an assortment of household wares..." -- Zoom

December/January 2018 -- Bust Magazine

"This colorful dishtowel and sponge cloth will brighten up any kitchen..." -- Holiday Gift Guide

September/October 2017 -- AAA New Mexico Journey

"Albuquerque-based Kei and Molly Textiles is known for its colorful hand-printed flour-sack dish towels perfect for keeping pests off your lunch." -- Picnic Picks

September 2016 -- Local Flavor

"With their socially conscious business, Kei & Molly, Albuquerque-based textile printers Kei Tsuzuki and Molly Luethi create more than beautiful household goods. They support and nurture the world around them through quality jobs, sustainable printing and education." -- Melissa Holik

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