Muriel, our mother and nana, was a 70's era ‘back to the land’-er who grew her own vegetables, tapped her own sugar maples, and bought meat and raw milk from the farmer down the road.
She was also a hand-knitter who produced one-of-a-kind creations that we still use today.
When we started our own garment line, we decided to do things the way Muriel would have done them: locally, intentionally, and with love.
Our supply chain is simple - Vermont's farms produce beautiful fibers, small regional businesses process those fibers, and advanced manufacturing innovations make it possible for us to knit each garment in our basement. Literally.
We do it to honor Vermont, Mother Earth, and of course, Muriel.