Bluffton, South Carolina

Artist in Residence | Hibiscus Linens

A collaborative creative series between G&G and Palmetto Bluff

Mexican-born, Houston-based artist and designer, Mariana Barran Goodall, is best known for her traditional textile and needlework techniques. Goodall was taught the fine craft of embroidery at an early age and continues to preserve the lost art through the creation of handmade, hand-embroidered linens. Goodall is an entrepreneur, joyfully sharing her timeless methods with the world through her brand, Hibiscus Linens.

Stop by the Artist Cottage between 10AM–12PM Tuesday–Friday to chat with the artist and learn the process of her craft.

Monday, December 2 | 4–6PM
Meet the Maker + Trunkshow
Meet Mariana Barran Gooddall to catch a glimpse at her latest collection of hand-embroidered linens at the Artist Cottage.


Thursday, December 5 | 1–3PM
Stitching Time
There are only about 1,200 people in the world who have mastered the art of historic Mexican Otomi embroidery, and Hibiscus Linens owner Mariana Barran Goodall is one of them. Under her proficient eye, stitch a modern take on the flora and fauna present in classic Otomi style onto the hand towel of your choice.


Friday, December 6 | 1–3PM
Festive Hand Monogramming
Mariana Barran Goodall is an artist with a needle and thread, creating the kind of linens you pass down for generations. This holiday season, practice several basic stitches before monogramming your own heirloom stocking.

Click here to read more about Made in the South Award winner, Hibiscus Linens.