My love for slow process design and traditional, hand-worked textile techniques began as a child with a hand sewing needle and my mom's home sewing kit. With an eye for design, but a mind for business, I attempted to take the safe route and go to school to be an accountant. I lasted one year before the design itch had its way, and I enrolled in a design school and graduated with a degree in Fashion Design and Merchandising. In my mid-twenties, I traveled around the world researching and learning about handwoven fabrics, the inner workings of factories and the skilled labor involved. Now, with my experience and passion, I strive to bring you a fresh perspective to design by providing a new look into textiles, color, and collaboration. I am so happy you found your way to this little corner of the world and hope you stay a while.
We believe in creating beautiful garments you want to live in while supporting textile traditions we love.