We are a family of three; mom, dad, and son. We call Duluth, Minnesota home where we’ve set out to handcraft better relationships with nature. Our work is a reflection our own relationships with nature and made from remnant natural materials and sustainable alternatives—and when the opportunity presents itself the old, forgotten and forsaken. Our intention is simple, to be better, to be harmonic.
Harmonic Goods started with that simple intention and an empty basement. In 2014 we got our first industrial sewing machine, a World War II era Singer 241-12. We were completely enamored! With little to no money, and certainly no plan, we took off with that intention and starting making bags from hemp canvas that first year.
Today we handcraft small batch collections of bags and accessories that often change with the seasons. From rugged waxed packs to sustainable fashion pieces, every one of our bags, down to the smallest accessory, is made with an unmatched attention to detail for a lifetime of use.
From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for supporting our endeavor to handcraft better relationships with nature.