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Archive for the ‘Designer of the Week’ Category

The Loving Spoon

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

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The Loving Spoon is the creative brainchild of artisan Maya Chelmis. From making jewelry out of dried melon seed to crafting her own schoolbags (and her friends’ bags, too!), Maya has loved creating beautiful objects since she was a child. Luckily for us, The Loving Spoon provided the ideal project for her to combine her deep passion for vintage pieces with her love of making things!

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Silverware is an unusual medium! How did The Loving Spoon begin?

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Nature’s My Friend

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013


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Jessica Gowling is the creative talent behind Nature’s My Friend. When we heard her described as a “traditional printmaker, animal hugger, forest adventurer, and creative blogger“, we knew she was somebody we needed to get to know better!

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What got you started?

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Sarah Mulder

Wednesday, October 16th, 2013

Sarah Mulder is returning for another year at our Vancouver show, and making her Edmonton debut this year! We caught up with her last week, to find out what she’s got in store for us.

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What’s your backstory? How did you start making things? How have you grown?

I have been “making” since I was a child. My grandma would babysit me after preschool and roll a massive piece of paper across her table…she said that I was so easy to take care of- put a pencil in my hand and I would spend hours drawing until I went home. I started making assemblage and beaded jewelry when I was a teenager and since then have self-taught myself everything I know. I’ve been selling at craft fairs since I was 18 years old!

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Locomotive Clothing

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

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We’re excited to welcome Jay and Aaron of Locomotive Clothing to both our Vancouver and Edmonton shows this year! Their cool-yet-wearable line is lovingly produced in their family-run studio, using only high-quality, ethically made materials. Make sure you pop by their booth this year – we’re sure you’ll love them as much as we do!.

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What’s Locomotive Clothing’s backstory? How did you start, how have you grown?

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