“On the Road Again” began by looking for ways to eliminate waste in our landfills. Inspired by the trucking and boating industry, our hand-crafted goods are designed to last. Such as USA-made mesh, truck tarps, and other fabrics. Utilizing deadstock and other industrial based materials, we create fashionably upcycled and eco-friendly products, such as totes, handbags, and more.
Meet The Maker
Growing up in Hudson, Massachusetts, I fondly remember eomme (my mom) always sewing. Living on a busy street provided an opportunity to promote her sewing business. She was a mompreneur (before the term was popular) and she became known as the seamstress in town. When my sister and I were not happily helping her in her business, we would make crafts out of the remnants of her work. Back then, I did not foresee a future in sewing. Now, I am excited to be a part of the “Makers Movement”, the social movement of artisans.
Locally handcrafted goods have come full-circle and I am sure my eomme would be so proud to see all I have become.
Picture of the original sign we had in our front yard:
WCBV Channel 5 News Article - Watch below: