Midtown Maker's Market


Invited to be a part of a winter pop-up market, we meticulously picked then packed our inventory and headed to the small industrial street of Terry Ave. North in South Lake Union. There, we joined with local artists and filled the room with wares, prints, one of a kind clothing and accessories. It was truly a wonderful community event to be a part of at the end of December.

The room was filled to the brim with very talented artists from different parts of town and shoppers were able to taste through delicious coffee, cake and savory bites. We met some new faces and had some very meaningful conversations about what intentional buying and lifelong usage looks like. We said good bye to the last of Shimao Kiso's ceramic pieces and to the final set of Ice Tea Venezia glasses from La Soufflerie. We reused layers of recycled paper and tore bits of grey washi tape to gift wrap at our corner station. It was bittersweet to see them go but we couldn't be happier to pass on the beauty.  


Make sure to check out the vendors we showed with:


Peche Fuzz
June Jacobson
Novella Gallery
DiaJay Designs
Laura Burkhart Creatives
Handsel Mondays
Shanman Clay Co.
Danea Barilaro Glass
The Beige Motel
Mars Velas a Mano
Hot Lunch Cakes
Clairvoyance for Liberation
Papa Chango Cafe x Form Coffee Bar
Rojos Mexican Food
Brothers & Co