Seeking placement for Stitch & Hammer’s accessories. Resumé attached.
Summary: Rustic, easy individuals with quality lineage and work ethic. Equally qualified to carry valuables that add charm to chambray.
Education: Designer Amy Tremper’s joint MFA with her husband, Ben, expands their own line of accessories to an artists’ guild representing craftsmen and idea-makers in the Bay Area.
Work History: Remnant leather scraps are cut into wallets and clutches in rich burgundy, whiskey, and buckskin hues; or fasteners for plaid bolo scarves and cowls, like a modern-day Annie Oakley amulet. Organic cotton totes are pigment dyed (the more mature version of tie-dye), leaving small blemishes and natural canvas color creases showing through.
Activities: Tremper plans to experiment with natural dyes (mushroom, tea leaves), testing fine wools and raw silks, and update current styles for spring. She also has apparel items in process, like organic cotton tanks.
Don’t lose your Tremper.
Photo: Courtesy of Stitch & Hammer