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Little Package Archive : caps

Handmade Bike Caps!

Mr. Joe brought it to my attention via Instagram that he has been busy making cycling caps from the sewing pattern I offer. He has added in a few touches that I thought were super worthy of sharing. A photo posted by Mr. Joe (@geezerwheels) on Feb 1, 2015 at 3:57pm PST As you can […]

This Cap Was Perfect

I got this great letter from a customer of mine who loved his Little Package cap. I got many letters like this over the years, and wanted to share this one to share the love! I love getting letters like this. Getting them now that I’m done making caps is a little sad, but that’s […]

Little Package Winter Plans

Hello. I’ve now been back from my long hike for about a month and am rested and getting back on track. Only, the track has switched a bit. I wanted to update everyone that there won’t be any Little Package caps coming from my studio, at least through this winter, and possibly permanently. I do […]

The Little Biz That Will

It's been a while... First off -- Happy New Year! I hope you are enjoying the fresh feeling of 2013 as much as I have been. So much has been going on. Here are my thoughts lately: As you may know, Little Package is a one-woman show. There have been times when I've had help […]

Bike Craft 2012

It’s getting busy in my studio but I had to take a minute aside to let everyone know Little Package will be at the Bike Craft fair this year. This will be the 5th or 6th time I’ve tabled at this wonderful, homegrown Portland event, and as always, I’m looking forward to it. It’s so […]

Collarbone Update

Exactly 4 weeks ago I crashed a dirt jumper on a wooden ramp & broke my right collarbone. Looking back a month has gone by quickly, but trust me: individually, those 28 days each took an eternity to pass. I thought at week three my bone would be fused and by week four I would […]

My Collarbone 8/18/2012

Regression Success!

It’s been a week since some mean gravity stole me from the air and threw me down on Lumberyard wood, breaking my clavicle. Mean, mean gravity. That choice little moment cut in half everything that preceded it, and what followed, into two separate worlds. Here I am in bed strapped together with braces and slings, […]

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