Monthly Archives: October 2012

Etsy for President — How an online DIY craft market is changing the way we do business

If you’ve never shopped at Etsy, you need to stop, grab a cup of tea and an open mind, and… Continue reading »

Finished Little Shirleys

Material Good

I’ve had the amazing opportunity over the last several weeks to meet with, learn from, and share about a number… Continue reading »

Metamorphic Gear Slate bag

From Sailing the Seas, to Saving Them

You never know when or where inspiration is going to strike. You could be mowing your lawn, watching the Huskies… Continue reading »

Cellar Door Mercantile - Pillows

The Most Beautiful Words in the World

“Cellar Door”- Literally, it’s a door or a set of shutter doors that connects the outside of a house to… Continue reading »

Jewelry by Brandy

“Anyone can be a Cherie”

Brandy Houllahan, artist, crafter, and now northwest local, spent a great deal of her formative years with the brave and… Continue reading »

Stamp cards

Crafting “from the heart”

“Moyo means from the heart,” she told me as she stood up from her chair to come closer, “That’s where… Continue reading »

Fremont Cookie Ladie strikes again

The Fremont Cookie Lady

She has no name. She has no calling card. But what she does have is cookie-baking, smile-making super powers. 15… Continue reading »

Hand-made blue zip bag

Laarni and the hand-made bags

It was a gorgeous day at the Fremont Sunday Market, and Seattle natives were out in full force. I was… Continue reading »

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