With 20 plus years of sewing experience, a family hunting heritage, and outdoor chores on the dairy farm, I designed my first warm outerwear to endure the Midwestern winters. The garments were sewn in our small Illinois farm shop along Rush Creek warmed by a wood burning stove and the conversation of close neighbors.
Word spread about the products and two more sewing machines were added to the shop to keep up with requests by local outdoorsmen and women. Several years of trade shows, product development, and commercial advertising soon put Rush Creek Originals on the radar as one of the few outdoor gear and hunting clothes businesses with the unique focus on custom design and sizing backed by skillful construction techniques.
Now located in southern Wisconsin, the passion behind Rush Creek Originals still burns. A new line of products for agricultural producers has been developed, and the business focus has moved to the preservation of the art of sewing to serve the folks connected to the land for their livelihood or bold outdoor adventures. Repairing and renewing your high-quality clothing and gear to maintain peak performance in the outdoors is my specialty. How can I help you to preserve your product to become a legacy?