J.W. Hulme Co. | Leather Bags & Luggage

Support American Artisans!

Buy now and 5% of your order will go toward a scholarship fund that supports the training of the next generation of American workers.

“Finding skilled craftspeople and fostering new talent in the cut and sew industry is essential to keeping production in the United States,” says Guarino. “These scholarships will provide the opportunity for students to become trained and certified for an industry with high-quality, in-demand jobs. We invite our customers to join us in helping to preserve the mastery of the American cut and sew practice through education.” — Jen Guarino, CEO, J.W. Hulme Co.

How it works:

  • November 7th – November 23rd, 2012
  • To participate, use code Artisans2012 at checkout
  • We will donate 5% of your order to the scholarship fund
  • For orders over $300, customers will receive a complimentary limited edition Hamline Pocket Journal

There’s a crisis in America. We no longer know how to make things by hand. The art of sewing is something our grandmother’s use to do and the craft of making things has been taken over by screen time.

At J.W. Hulme we are 100% committed to making products here in the U.S. and because of that we want to make sure we have the skilled workforce to do so. That is why we are partnering with a local trade school that trains students how to make things by hand, once again. From now until November 23rd we will be donating 5% of all of our sales to a scholarship fund to support this effort. This is one purchase you can feel good about. As a thank you, if you spend over $300 we will send you a limited edition Hamline pocket journal.

Thank you for your support! Join the movement.

Limited-edition Hamline pocket journal

Sewing a guitar strap for Bob Dylan

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