Women are making amazing things by hand.
And you can buy them and support these independent business owners who care about using salvaged and toxin-free materials at sword+fern.
Here's a preview of few of the new dry goods making their way across state lines to the shop for fall and winter:
Recycled canvas totes by Alice of forest bound:
forest bound uses exclusively found and salvaged materials like canvas from WWII Navy supplies to create durable, utilitarian tote bags. Great effort is put into hunting for well-worn historic textiles and hardware throughout New England. Much time and care is spent working with these unique materials to make every bag one of a kind.
Recycled wood bangles by Jillian+Kaleb Driedger:
Jillian +Kaleb save found pieces of wood from construction sites and fires to make new, one of a kind jewelry.
Blank hand woven sketchbooks by bookbinder+illustrator Natalie Stopka:
100% pure beeswax handmade candles from beekeeper Angela at Swarm:
Handmade ceramics for holding candles, plants, +spices by Borah Betts of Fort:
Hand-screened extra big soft cotton scarves by Georgie Russell of Hand&Shadow ( i also carry her teeth+hair t-shirts in tons of sizes and colors):
And, cross-emblazoned pillows by longtime favorite, Liane at Enhabiten:
(so glad they are finally getting a spot in the shop!)
cozy+ cozy +cozier..