The Great PNW Women-Owned Gift Guide: Volume 1

We've found a little something for everyone on your list—and all gifts are exclusively from female PNW makers and shop owners across the region.

We asked, and you answered! Thanks to all of your incredible feedback and recommendations on Instagram, we were able to curate the ultimate women-owned-small-business gift guide by region. We made sure all shops were accessible online and offered thoughtful, beautiful wares. So definitely explore not just the over 50 items we curated (this is just Volume 1, more to come!), but each of these small shops in all their goodness. There are many treasures to be discovered. 

And as our friend Fanny Singer reminded us, "This is a time to imagine the type of world that exists in the future. What kinds of businesses do you want to still exist? And support those types of businesses that nurture the values you believe in."

We hope the makers and small shops featured here inspire your approach to shopping, this season and beyond.


Peak and Valley Adaptogen Blend ($38)


Mesa Cuff by History + Industry ($72)


Lift Coasters by Fruit Super ($68)


Any blend of Aesthete Tea


Daughter of The Land x Spruce gift set ($98)


The Moonchild Tarot at Phantom Quartz ($50)


Molly Debiak's Love Letters Signet No.01 ($110) 


Beeswax Taper Candles from Dano ($16)


Shearling Slippers from Pipe & Row ($40) 


Colander by M Bueno pottery ($34) 


Tiny Lucky Owls from Kobo ($28)


JF x PS Made To Order Night Set ($220) 


Ana Cheese Board from Vía Raíz ($95) 


Teracotta Dreams Candle from Mantel ($36)


Orphan Ten Ceramics


Makers Market Linen Bread Bags from Ebb & Co. ($34)


The Essential Bike Tool Roll ($48)


Marble Fleece Sweatshirt from Velouria ($70) 


Faris Shape Hoops ($200) 


Troop Pouch in Indigo from Seven Sisters ($110) 


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June 2021 Tarotscopes

Dear Gemini: This month, stop putting off that choice you've been faced with and get to work figuring out what to actually do.

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"I’m proud of having a place for people that are looking for a way to support the AAPI community to come to get information and discover our huge community of artists, and I’m just proud of building this initiative that started as such a small, simple idea."


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"Refusing to buy something you don’t need and using everything you already own are the most impactful environmental acts."


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May 2021 Tarotscopes

Dear Taurus: Sometimes disagreement brings out the worst in people, but this month it is the impetus for real change - not because you engage in the head-butting but because it motivates you to actually do something about what's causing it.


Child's Pose: How To Become A Learner

"So how to become a Learner at work? Stop identifying by our skillsets, for starters. It is our being – our perspective and creativity – that is most valuable."

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Anti-racism is a state of being, and more importantly, a state of doing. So, what are you doing?