Hope Unlimited

Hope Unlimited

Western inspired satchel features cream kilim rug body and silver studs on the leather handle and coordinating top band. Concho and fringe. Custom. Hand sewn.

Hope Unlimited

Shoulder bag takes a cue from American Indian art. Kilim pairs perfectly with supple leather. Note zigzag hand stitching detail complementing the geometric tapestry. Hand-­tied fringe on the over-­top closure. Custom. Hand sewn.

Hope Unlimited

Cowhide tote. The beauty of the natural swirl speaks for itself. Understated, elegant and functional, this bag features silver belt buckle detail and leather strands, simply yet dramatically draping longer than the tote itself. Custom. Hand sewn.

Hope Unlimited

Navajo rug satchel. With saddle brown fringe and antique silver accent. Solid brass hardware. Custom. Hand sewn.

Hope Unlimited

Custom. Hand sewn.

 

Hope Unlimited

Custom. Hand sewn.

 

Hope Unlimited

Custom. Hand sewn.



Hope Unlimited Bags

In the news!

Check out Hope Unlimited Bags in Equestrian Living magazine, Southern Seasons, Modern Luxury, Cowgirl Magazine, and Cowboys & Indians magazine in 2017 and 2018!

Contact for availability: JGarlington@Mac.com. Prices and Additional Images Available Upon Request.




Hope Unlimited Custom Bags

Jennie Turner Garlington shows the functional beauty of the flat weave tapestry tote. Kilim geometric pattern pairs unique finds of antique fringe and silver belt buckle. Designed by Jennie and daughter Hope. Hand sewn. $550.

Hope Unlimited Bags: One-of-a-Kind Satchels

Jennie Turner Garlington -­ environmental media champion, mother, former CNN producer and producer of the current PBS series EcoSense for Living – began creating one-­of-­a-­kind satchels in early 2015 from eclectic collector’s items she spotted on her travels. People received the handbags so enthusiastically that today she launches Hope Unlimited Bags, distinctive totes designed with her 12-­year-­old daughter, Hope. Largely inspired by American Indian art and culture, nothing is wasted and no two are the same.