Lucinda was a knitter. She knew yarns and needle sizes, but after the loss of her son, knitting simply wasn't calming anymore. So she taught herself to sew –– starting with the familiar (that'd be color) and then playing with patterns. Then? She assembles, sewing each bag by hand, often with fabric that she designed herself. Lucinda creates bags that are actually useful –– with the precise amount of room you'll require and thoughtful details, like an easy-clean oilcloth lining for cosmetic bags. And as if all of that weren't impressive enough, the woman sews 'em all standing up.