We are a small business that thrives on passion, dedication, attention to details and believe in following our hearts. Blythe graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design with her degree in Fashion and Accessory Design in 2015. June 7th, 2015 Blythe moved into her great-grandfather's textile dye house warehouse that he built in the late 40's. Upon overseas competition, 2 out of the 3 textile companies he built closed. The dye house, Celand Yarn Dyers, sat vacant since the early 2000's, until Blythe breathed heart and soul back into the building--giving it new life and a new purpose--the home of BL Leather Goods. Her dedication and passion to her craft allows her to follow her dreams of creating one of a kind leather goods while simultaneously restoring her great-grandfather's legacy. 

     Each BL bag is handmade one at a time and always guaranteed one of a kind. Blythe uses the highest quality leather and the lining is an organic cotton fabric that she developed. The cotton is grown in North Carolina, spun at Hill Spinning Mill, woven and dyed in South Carolina and printed in Mississippi. 

    Blythe treats her team as family, working beside her mother everyday and honoring her ancestors in the process. In 2018 Blythe began the BL Magazine which encompasses all facets of the BL passion, told through articles, editorials and family stories. The BL Magazine is published and released twice a year, each May and November.   




606 Davidson St.

Thomasville, NC 27360

Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm