bookbinding · Handmade Books

Grey Dreams and Luscious Lavenders

Welcome 2019! 2018 was a doozy, and the Christmas season completely wiped me out. Thank you to everyone who shopped small and handmade: you allow us small creators to pursue our dreams. When I finally wandered back into the studio after collapsing over the Christmas break I was drawn to my grey and lavender leathers… Continue reading Grey Dreams and Luscious Lavenders

bookbinding · new product

New Product: Miniature Book Edition

If you follow me on social media you'll likely be aware that I'm working on a super-secret, cannot yet reveal what it is project (yes I'm an awful teaser) (if you want updates/thoughts I recommend following me on IG, as it is where I spend the most time and where I tend to ramble on… Continue reading New Product: Miniature Book Edition


Rugged and Rustic … New Travel Journals Await!

I've been contemplating the idea of doing lines ... i.e. a summer line, fall line, etc ... if I can get my frenetic brain in order it may actually happen. In the meantime I have been on a rugged kick ... raggedy leather edges, wanderlust charms, ruggedly ruggedness ...   You can find this black… Continue reading Rugged and Rustic … New Travel Journals Await!

Art · bookbinding · leatherworking

All the new things.

What with school, the Christmas season, and fair season ... ugh. I have no words. But I've made the things, so I'll show them to you. Rugged passport wallet ... this is one of my favorite leathers at the moment. Space for your passport, papers, and cards. This gorgeousness happened because of a customer request.… Continue reading All the new things.

Art · bookbinding

Practice, practice, and practice some more … a leatherworker I shall be.

Today I started taking myself seriously as a leatherworker. By take myself seriously, I mean I could see getting a business loan and really going for it, not just the cautious slow crawl I've been doing. I'm not going to do that, I think my organic shuffling is better for me (because I'm learning more… Continue reading Practice, practice, and practice some more … a leatherworker I shall be.