Leashes, and more, Handcrafted from What Washes Ashore
Much more than just leashes
Our website is just the tip of the iceberg when if comes to the amount of line and products available. Since many of the products made are either one of a kind, or fewer than a dozen made, very little of what is available, or what can be made, is seen listed here on the website or on Etsy. If you are looking for a specific color, length, or type of product you do not see listed online please feel free to message me to see if there is something either pre-made, or available to be made, that will fit what you are looking for. For example, rope door mats are only made sporadically and each is one of a kind and only posted on Instagram. There are also many float rope colors for custom float rope toys, and line from a variety of locations (primarily in New England) available for custom orders.
Currently Available for custom orders
I currently have line from the following locations available for custom orders:
Maine: Bar Harbor, Cape Elizabeth, Gouldsboro, Kennebunkport, Scarborough, York
New Hampshire: Seabrook (at Salisbury, MA line)
New York: Cold Spring Harbor, Montauk
On August 1, 2019 I broke a bone in my wrist and was unable to complete any new work for just over a month. All currently available inventory is listed on the website. There’s also inventory at our stockist locations, which can be found in the menu bar.
Custom orders are available again as well so dont be afraid to reach out and see what leach, collar, or leadline we may be able to make for you!
The Start of WashAshore Store
My dog Ember (@Ember_the_Berner on Instagram) is seen here holding part of the first tangle of rope we found washed ashore in Winthrop, Massachusetts on January 26, 2016. This pile was washed ashore by Blizzard Jonas and is what inspired the creation of the WashAshore Store.
WashAshore Store founder Eliot is seen here during a clean up along coastal Maine on World Ocean's Day 2017 with her friends, founders of Planet Love Life, Rob and Meoldy.
Photo Credit: Melody Webster