1. Tanner Goods, Document Folio and Scout Wallet 2. Shades of Grey, Hammered Geo Earrings 3. J.W.Hulme Co., Jewelry Canister 4. Tradlands, The Cambridge 5.  Lone Flag, Yellow 108 – Harvest Hat Navy 6. One Forty Three, Molded Plywood Magazine Rack 7. Spring Finn & Co., Milled Vegetable Tanned Leather Bag 8. One Forty Three, Ipad Stand 9. Thesis, Facial Scrub 10. Dogeared, Balance Black Leather Bracelet 11. LVR, Pullover Cowl Neck Hoodie 12. LVR, Organic Fold Over French Terry Yoga Pants 13. R.Riveter, Lee Purse  14. Schoolhouse Electric & Co, Winter Staple Stripe Wool Scarf 15. New Balance 877  
1. American Trench, Wool and Cotton Scarf   2. American Trench, Cashmere Blend Fair Isle Sock  3. Best Made Co., The Belgian Dart Set 4. Topo, Daypack  5. J.W. Hulme Co.,  Valet Tray and Hamline Pocket Journal  6. Best Made Co., Shawl Neck Sweater Coat  7. Whiskey and Rum Making Kit  8. Best Made Co., Front Loading Tool Box 9. One Forty Three, Plywood Guitar Hook   10. Mitchell Bat Company   11. Reclaimed Redwood Bluetooth Speaker   
Military families relocate less than every 3 years making the pursuit of a single career for military spouses difficult.  In addition to continual relocation, many spouses independently manage the household throughout their partners’ training and deployment and as such they need flexible employment opportunities. Mobile employment and flexible income for military spouses was a challenge that Lisa Bradley and Cameron Cruse took on back in 2011. They began designing and creating handbags by hand.  They started as two, and now their mission of providing flexible employment continues to grow with every military spouse who joins the R.Riveter Company.  They come from all parts of the country and it is they who design the bag, prepare the raw materials, and place every cut, stitch, and logo by hand.  The handbags are handmade to a strict quality standard and each one is unique and full of history featuring reclaimed military materials such as…Continue Reading