Michigan Sloyd

Wooden spoons and other utensils made in the”Sloyd” tradition. Sloyd is a Scandinavian-based handcraft movement and educational system with woodworking as the traditional focus. Items produced through Sloyd are meant to be practical for everyday use: spoons, bowls,...

Straw Free

Reuable drinking straws, handmade from sustainably harvested bamboo. “Each bamboo straw is hand-made by volunteers using local bamboo and will vary slightly in color and size. All proceeds go to education and outreach about the impact of plastic...

Vermont Rolling Pins

Hand turned rolling pins in more than a dozen sizes and styles, each shaped from a solid block of maple, cherry or walnut hardwood. Hand turned with love and made in the USA. All of our woods are made with select, solid hardwoods.,sustainably harvested, and are from a...

Meli Wraps

“Meli Wraps are made from organic cotton and a special beeswax blend to create a natural wrap that helps preserve your food. The wraps stick to themselves and can be washed and re-used for up to a year! Cover your bowls, plates or food themselves! Make snack...

Simply Straws

Glass straws in various sizes and shapes plus…you can have them etched with your name (or anything else) or buy them in a set with mason jars with special lids that hold the straws (great for taking drinks on the go). Visit...

Carved Wooden Spoons

Woodenware items you can’t find anywhere else…wooden spoons of all shapes and sizes. From tablespoons, to teaspoons, the wooden spatulas, to the more exotic shaped kitchen utensil, there’s a wooden cooking utensil for every kitchen and occasion. All...

Cattails Woodwork

Beautiful wooden kitchenware in simple yet artful designs. Wood Mason jar tops, rolling pins, spurtels, door stops, ceramic burr coffee grinders with wood lids and hand crank, breadboards, knife racks, cake pedestals…”Each piece is skillfully crafted from solid...

Midnight Laboratory

“Practical hand-felted home goods created through an almost alchemical synthesis of natural wool, natural dye plants and unique felting techniques.”Mostly trivets and bowls (to hold little things, not for food). Visit...
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