In the weaving world mills create "color blankets" to test and select colorways. They are usually a few yards long with multiple colorways woven across.
Going across the fabric you may only get 10" of one colorway and then onto the next. Once the designer selects the colorway these blankets are usually left behind for reference or headed for the landfill.
After discovering such great patterns and colors in tiny pieces I had to find a purpose for them. I discovered that taking a strip of one color, adding special trims, lining and a leather strap, this scrap of fabric became an object of beauty.
We are creating miniature pieces of textile artwork for the entire world to see, appreciate and share.
All design decisions are guided by our values, from where we source our fabrics, where and how manufacture and how we respect our planet. We keep our supply chain close and in return we are helping to reduce our carbon footprint.
Our products feature American-made textiles woven near Scranton, Pennsylvania. We incorporate American leather from Horween and Wickett and Craig and use thread that is spun in North Carolina.
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My love of linen
Our customers appreciate the jacquard beauties while others naturally gravitate toward solid colors.
I had to think how I could curate a seasonal fabric in color, texture and weight to work with the brightly colored jacquards that I use.
I've sourced linen from around the globe to find the right colors, weight and hand feel. I found a few I absolutely love.