Explore our Artizan Shops! We are a collective of handmade shops. The banners below link directly to our shop sites and the thumbnails below the banner are portals to their shop profiles. Click on them to learn more about each shop. The tags tell you what other categories are carried in that shop. Individual products are found in our Features. Find handmade garments and accessories, decorate your home with art quilts, handmade pillows, vessels and tribal artifacts. Brand yourself with eco-fashion and have fun with expressive jewelry! From contemporary high craft to vintage tribal artifacts, our shops embrace the world with respect and a love for quality.

  • Hot Moon Collection

    Venice, California (USA) global gallery of contemporary and antique finds.

    Hot Moon Collection
  • Wrapture by Inese

    Garments, accessories, and patterns by knitwear designer Inese Liepina in Latvia.

    Wrapture by Inese
  • Something Else Studio

    Renaissance inspired bags, costumes and home decor.

    Something Else Studio
  • Siamese Dream Design

    Footware, garments, bags, and home accents made from vintage Hill Tribe textiles, Thailand.

    Siamese Dream Design
  • Oshiwa Designs

    Fair trade textile stamps from Namibia.

    Oshiwa Designs
  • Cindy Grisdela Art Quilts

    Vibrant wall art and home decor from Virginia, USA.

    Cindy Grisdela Art Quilts
  • Brenda Abdullah Designs

    Eco-fashion garments and accessories made with upcycled sweaters from Chicago.

    Brenda Abdullah Designs
  • LoomOnTheLake

    Handwoven scarves and home accessories inspired by nature and music.

  • Gilgulim

    Fabric jewelry and beads made by Israeli artist, Hagar Arnon Elbaz.

  • Dianne Koppisch Hricko

    Hand dyed silks and other luxury fabrics made into accessories and garments.

    Dianne Koppisch Hricko
  • delightworthyn ART/wares

    Upcycled hats, garments, and other accessories with a curtsy to historical fashion.

    delightworthyn ART/wares
  • Afghan Tribal Arts

    Vintage textiles and artifacts, hand carved stone beads, tribal jewelry and carpets.

    Afghan Tribal Arts
  • Atelier Iona Loyola

    Nuno felted scarves and garments from New York.

    Atelier Iona Loyola
  • AllThingsPretty

    Boho fashion and home decor made from upcycled textiles.

  • Castilleja Cotton

    Art quilts and over 500 patterns by Diane McGregor and family.

    Castilleja Cotton
  • CherScapes

    Hand dyed fabrics, garments, and accessories.

  • Rayela Art

    Vintage textiles, supplies and stitched works by Rachel Biel.

    Rayela Art
  • Happy Clay

    Inspired by New Orleans, influenced by the world, and crafted by hand, happy clay is the outflow of artisan Niki Buckley Crosby.

    Happy Clay
  • Cheryl Wolff Ceramics

    Stoneware and Porcelain Handmade in California

    Cheryl Wolff Ceramics
  • Mariposa Handwovens

    Handwoven shawls and scarves.

    Mariposa Handwovens
  • Lilygirl Original Wearable Art

    One of a kind Jewelry Art in Sterling Silver, natural gemstones, freshwater pearls and fossils handmade by A. Denise Rollings-Martin.

    Lilygirl Original Wearable Art
  • VEpottery

    Contemporary pottery by Eric Van Eimeren.

  • Jan Fairhurst Pottery

    Graceful, functional stoneware handmade in New York.

    Jan Fairhurst Pottery
  • Prairie Mile Tile

    High fire tiles ready for installation by Nebraska artist Su Harvey.

    Prairie Mile Tile
  • Hammock Boutique

    Mayan Hammocks with an impact! Fair trade from Yucatán, Mexico.

    Hammock Boutique
  • Affaires Nomades

    Handmade linen pillows and home textiles by Fumika Dubois. Paris, France.

    Affaires Nomades
  • HEraMade

    Unique, romantic, free form hand crocheted and hand painted clothing and accessories.

  • Jen Hardwick/redhardwick~Mixed Media

    Art that makes you smile! Assemblage pieces using a combination of new and recycled materials.

    Jen Hardwick/redhardwick~Mixed Media
  • Kasia Urban Rybska

    Minimalist rebel embroiderer from Poland using the needlepoint technique.

    Kasia Urban Rybska
  • Sue Canizares Ceramics

    Richly decorated fine arts ceramics from New York, USA.

    Sue Canizares Ceramics
  • Woodissimo

    Wooden music boxes by Kata Asmany, Hungary.

  • Sandy Kreyer Pottery

    Beautiful functional floral pottery from California, USA.

    Sandy Kreyer Pottery
  • Island Girl Pottery by Jacqueline Allard

    Handmade Pottery Inspired by Nature And Tropical Dreams, Florida, USA

    Island Girl Pottery by Jacqueline Allard
  • Nelsonwood

    Handsome wood turned bowls from Texas by Bryan Tyler Nelson.

  • Picandle

    Candles with wooden marquetry by HoldNapután.

  • Bazaar Bayar

    Giving new life to vintage textiles and carpets, designer knits and patterns. Turkey

    Bazaar Bayar
  • Wassupbrothers

    Recycled textile owls and other soft creatures by artist Olga Zamyatina, Moscow, Russia.

  • Ceci Capen Clay Studio

    Handmade pottery, raku and functional ceramics from Central Oregon, USA.

    Ceci Capen Clay Studio
  • Down To The Wire Designs

    Taking over the world one piece of jewelry at a time. Artist Chuck Domitrovich of Seattle, Washington, USA

    Down To The Wire Designs
  • Steel Goat Studio

    Shrines by Debra Boudreau, vintage folk art and collectibles. California, USA

    Steel Goat Studio
  • Sir Raffles Art History

    Asian Tribal Art, Colonial Santos and Jewelry, USA

    Sir Raffles Art History
  • Mariann Johansen-Ellis

    Art can be fun! Printmaking in Denmark and Spain, Cascada Studio.

    Mariann Johansen-Ellis
  • Botanic2Ceramic

    Art Pottery by Sue Capillo

  • Morgen Bardati

    Touched by nature and artist made: natural fibre textiles and accessories.

    Morgen Bardati
  • Carla Trujillo

    Mixed media art dolls and assemblages from Ohio, USA.

    Carla Trujillo
  • MayaMam Weavers

    Handwoven in Guatemala!

    MayaMam Weavers
  • Pea Pickle Farm

    Natural beeswax candles and ornaments.

    Pea Pickle Farm
  • The Mast Hatter

    One-of-a-kind improvised knitted and crocheted hats.

    The Mast Hatter
  • PamDesign

    Florida surface design artist driven by color: ceramics, floorcloths, murals and more.

  • Elliott Glass Art

    Hand blown glass vessels and paperweights.

    Elliott Glass Art
  • Builder's Studio

    Unique wood science fiction, fantasy, steampunk and retro tech art.

    Builder's Studio
  • Karen L Howard

    Original Hand-Carved Mixed Medium Folk Art

    Karen L Howard
  • Kris Cravens Pottery

    Dinnerware and Vessels

    Kris Cravens Pottery
  • peace4you BAGS

    manufacturing upcycled bags for a better world

    peace4you BAGS

    Natural flax clothing and home textiles from Lithuania, a family effort.

  • Tija Viksna

    Picturesque Tapestry Crochet -- Clothing and Accessories from Latvia

    Tija Viksna
  • Tija Viksna - crochet artist, Latvia

    Tija Viksna

    Seeing colours, feeling textures, painting with fiber — all that makes me feel alive. Tapestry crochet has become my passion. -Tija Viksna

  • Madoc Paul of peace4you BAGS

    Madoc Paul of peace4you BAGS

    I have become something like a “materials detective”. Whenever I discover interesting, charismatic, and suitable canvas or leather, I bring them to the manufactory to turn them into new and wonderful bags.

  • Kris Cravens

    Kris Cravens Pottery

    “My focus is bringing hand crafted pottery into everyday life.  I love the idea of making a piece that will be a part of someone’s day.”

    -Kris Cravens    Visit


  • Karen L Howard

    Karen L Howard

    “Hand made pieces seem to just have creative life. The human touch really comes through and is detectable by the recipient or viewer in a most tangible way. Ask a child.” Visit Karen L Howard on Etsy

  • Elliott Glass Art - Jeffrey Elliott

    Elliott Glass Art

    I love the process of taking a gather of hot molten glass and transforming it into a solid glass object of unique design and function. The process is fun and the results are even more satisfying. Visit Elliott Glass Art on Etsy

  • PamDesign Pam Marwede


    Scintillating fabrics, vivid pottery, delightful painted surfaces. No colour out of bounds; a cornucopia of creatures and plants, patterns and moods.

    Visit PamDesign!

  • The Mast Hatter - Bernice Mast

    Bernice of The Mast Hatter

    “Handmade objects embrace chance. Every piece is an adventure!”

    (Photo: Stephanie Gregory)

  • Leslie Allen of Pea Pickle Farm Beeswax Candles

    Leslie Allen of Pea Pickle Farm

    When something is handmade, it seems to me there’s a bit of humanity in it. A personal story, a bit of someone’s life. You need not know the story. It is just there.

    Visit Pea Pickle Farm.

  • Morgen Bardati

    Morgen Bardati

    “I believe that each hand made object, be it functional or purely contemplative, is infused with the unique energy of it’s maker. As artists and makers our hands are a direct expression of our hearts.”

  • Sue Capillo of Botanic2Ceramic


    “Handmade pottery is an important part of our culture.  Reaching back thousands of years, potters have endeavored to bring function and art to mankind’s lives.  We all have our different interpretations of art which is what makes a well designed handmade piece so alive and exciting.”

    -Sue Capillo of Botanic2Ceramic

  • Mariann Johansen-Ellis headshot

    Mariann Johansen-Ellis of Cascada Studio

    “The way I see life is described in my printmaking. I love the feel of linoleum, the carving is sculpting, and the printing is giving life to images I hope will delight you.” Full time Printmaker for over 20 years, Mariann Johansen-Ellis

  • Olga Zamyatina of Wassupbrothers

    Olga Zamyatina of Wassupbrothers

    “Recycled and handmade things are not only ethical, they have a unique story and person behind them. They keep the warmth of human hands, have soul and beautiful imperfections. It’s magical to see how small pieces of fabric, vintage buttons, sweaters or old dresses turn into soulful creations. I love to give new life to the useless and old things.”

  • Bazaar Bayar- Catherine and Abit

    Catherine of Bazaar Bayar

    “Handmade items exhibit an intrinsic personality and imperfect beauty that can’t exist when something is made by machine. Each hybrid item we create retains a piece of soul from the multiple cultures in which we live.”
    -Bazaar Bayar,

  • Sandy Kreyer of Kiln House Pottery

    Sandy Kreyer of Kiln House Pottery

    “A handmade item is my personal representation of a raw product transformed into a functional item that I love to look at and use in my personal life.” -Sandy Kreyer


  • Kata and Peter of Picandle

    Kata Asmany and Peter Off of Picandle

    “Made by hand – it existed previously in civilization and is going to survive the prodigality of civilization, so making anything by hand is valuable knowledge: the ability to create and not waste.”

  • Nelsonwood Bryan Nelson

    Bryan Tyler Nelson of Nelsonwood

    I search every day for the inner spirit of the woods I turn, finding hidden treasures from Mother Nature, releasing beauty with my hands, eyes, a massive lathe and yes, sometimes blood and tears. Contentment and peace of mind comes. I have spoken for the trees through my hands, for all eyes to see.

  • Island Girl Pottery Jacqueline Allard

    Jacqueline Allard of Island Girl Pottery

    “My work with Island Girl Pottery emerges from my love of nature and all things magical. I was the kid who always had a sketchbook in hand, creating my enchanted forests filled with unicorns, dragons and secret passageways. I’m still that kid at heart and I endeavor to express that in my work.”

  • Woodissimo Katalin Asmany

    Kata Asmany of Woodissimo

    “When you make each piece one by one and you give it absolute focus, you will become the creation yourself.”

  • Sue Canizares and her goat.

    Sue Canizares Ceramics

    Happily for me, the handmade tradition is in full revival and modern technology allows us to virtually travel the globe in a search for unique and well-designed craft – things worth keeping and enjoying forever.      Visit Sue Canizares Ceramics on Etsy

  • Kasia Urban Rybska

    Kasia Urban Rybska

    I use this old needlepoint technique, which involves extremely laborious, patient and precise covering of canvas with stitches to indulge my modern, simple, funny, indulgent and hipster fantasies.

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