Jane Weier is making handmade quilts in Cottage Grove, Wisconsin. This one has my favorite type of landscape theme, a pathway. And even better, a pathway to the beach! I hope you visit her Etsy shop: MulberryPatchQuilts
Or even better, her website: mulberrypatchquilts
And you can follow her on Instagram: jaweier
This post can also be found on the Fiber page above.
Tim Staggs is cultivating all sorts of seeds in Ocean Park, Washington. This species of ginger has been one I have always wanted. What will you find in his Etsy shop? UnderTheSunSeeds
It is never to early to start planning a spring garden! Especially if you start your seeds indoors.
You can also visit his website: underthesunseeds.com
And you can follow him on Instagram: instagram.com/underthesunseeds
This post can also be found on the Botanical page above.
Lan and Mick are working with wood in Gold Beach, Oregon. I make homemade corn tortillas every day instead of bread and/or toast and trust me, it is not only easy and fast, the taste is incredible. It is like the difference between hot bread fresh out of the oven and three day old bread. Store bought corn tortillas just cannot compare. I had posted a photo of one of my tortillas with cherry pie filling on top of it to Instagram. And when I clicked on the hashtag for #tortillapress, I found these guys!
I hope you check out their shop on Etsy:RogueAestheticWood
And their website: rogueaestheticwoodwork.com
And follow them on Instagram too! instagram.com/rogueaestheticwoodwork
This post can also be found on the Wood page above.
Jimmy is creating with cool stones in Traverse City, Michigan. I was looking for labradorite and found this awesome heart. You've got to see labradorite in real sunlight to appreciate how the colors shimmer. They remind me of the northern lights in the night sky. I hope you visit his Etsy shop: SquatchBay
If I can find him on other places, I'll add the links here!
This post can also be found on the Stone page above.