B Glass bcn jewelry is about sustainability and love for the handcrafted unique object. My passion is to paint, and using recycled glass as canvas for my art is just as fascinating as it is challenging. I like to think that each little glass cabochon carries within lost stories from the past, stories that live on as pieces of jewelry, giving the glass a new meaning and a new life.
Hello! I am Natasha from Zoownatas. I am a maker and a designer, with love for small things and a desire to make people happy. As long as I remember I was always crafting and nowadays I am working on transforming this passion into a business. It is still small, but I enjoy my work a lot and I hope that you will also!
Beyond Measure is a treasure trove of beautiful goods for those who love textiles and needlecrafts. All the goods are personally selected or commissioned by the founder, Grace Whowell, with focus on quality of materials and manufacture. Here you will find the perfect tools and gifts for yourself or those who share your love of beautiful things.
With its fresh approach to traditional fiber arts, Purl Soho is a much-loved resource for natural fibers, beautiful supplies, and modern design. In NYC and online at purlsoho.com, customers from all over the world visit for Purl Soho brand products and inspiration!
My name is Julia and I'm the owner of online yarn shop Azuleta, based in Kyiv, Ukraine. This is our cozy and much loved family business: my husband, my mother and even my baby daughter help me to run it.
Hi! I am Fiona, a jewelry designer and -maker from the Netherlands. After a few years working as a potter I started my own business called hart&ziel design (Dutch for heart&soul design). I design and create porcelain jewelry.
I create small stories in porcelain. It’s all about the love for small details that make life just that little more beautiful.
Serafina is a online yarn and fabric shop created by Paula Spranger and based in Portugal. At Serafina we have a carefully chosen selection of natural fibers and beautiful accessories. Paula first plant dyed fabric when she was 11 years old, using flowers from her family's apartment balcony in Lisbon. That was in the 80's and it took a while for her to rediscover that passion.
Paula has her plant dying studio in the south of Portugal, in the Algarve, where she dyes wool and sometimes fabric, with plants from her garden and also with natural pigments from other corners of the world.
I've been making silver jewellery for a long time now, and knitting for even longer. I'm combining these by making amazing knitterly (and some not-so-knitterly) jewellery and accessories - and an ever-expanding collection of other crafty bits.
I am Eva and i am the illustrator and maker behind the label The Blue Rabbit House. I live and work in Antwerp, Belgium. As fauna and flora are my main source of inspiration, it came naturally to use ecofriendly and sustainable materials. All my bags are 100% vegan friendly.