A bodkin is a dagger, hairpin, or sharp, slender instrument used for making holes in cloth. Owner Eviana Hartman founded Bodkin in 2008, and merged her specific aesthetic with her long-term interest in sustainability. Bodkin seeks to encourage transparency and a conscious and curious approach to creating. Using materials like hand-loomed weaves from collectives in India, regenerated and recycled wool, fine organic cottons, and decades-old salvaged textiles, Eviana considers sustainability as a part of her design.