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Local Makers Gift Guide

Local Makers Gift Guide

We are proud to support our local community by carrying a range of products by local makers in our store. We are lucky to live in an area with so many creative and talented people! Below are a small selection of our favorite local products, although we carry a much larger range in-store and online. Swing by to take a look and support your local makers this holiday season.

    Jessie Dean of Asheville Tea Company works closely with local farmers to curate the fresh and flavorful herbs and spices which she then blends into delicious teas. We carry a number of her herbal and caffeinated blends. Try the Elderberry Yaupon (a native caffeinated holly) or the Snow Day for the perfect wintery cup!
    Watercolor Moon Calendar

    Tune in to the moon with this colorful 2020 calendar! This watercolor calendar is designed by Sow True Seed Staffer and local artist Carolyn Dugas. Each day is represented by the moon phase in the northern hemisphere and each month showcases the main zodiac constellation in the night sky.  It is printed with eco-friendly inks on sustainably-sourced paper and is perfect for hanging on the wall!

    Perfect for sprucing up your holiday meal, these artisanal salt, sugars, and spice blends are crafted right outside of Asheville by Sarah Wickers of Well Seasoned Table. Sarah works closely with local farmers and wildcrafters to bring the taste of the mountains to your table. Her samplers make for a very classy stocking stuffer and her Reshi hot chocolate mix will transport you to the green forest while the snow is falling outside.

    These chef-style aprons are made by Ann Grasso of Celebration Aprons located right here in Asheville. Their adjustable neck strap, pouch, and tie waist make them perfect for cooking and gardening. Choose from 8 beautiful fabrics!

    Precious Metal Clay Necklaces
    These nature-inspired necklaces are created by Lynne Fiorenza and her husband Sow True Seed Staffer Mark Traub using the precious metal clay method. All pendants are made of either pure copper or pure silver and some are adorned with precious stones.