Amy Jackson started Native Love Notes to cheer people up during lockdown. Now she’s got a thriving business, a retail shop in Winnipeg — and big plans for the future.
Find and connect with other makers just like you. Read profiles of Canadian crafters and artisans, find inspiration to get your creative juices flowing and learn from makers who’ve been there before, plus discuss key topics with other members in the comments.
Workshop member and ceramicist Eleanor Stainsby chats about her latest innovation, the new albums she's looking forward to and the first product she ever sold.
Workshop member and texture artist Susan Pfeiffer chats about her home studio upgrades, her sustainability innovations and her favourite new pendant.
April 28, 2022 | Join other Workshop members and web design expert Arianne Foulks for a seminar on making your ecommerce website work harder — and better.
We the North require a little warmth for our noggins for a good chunk of the year, so it’s no wonder that the toque is essentially a national icon. But there are more styles to protect our heads from the cold. Here, six makers who’ve crafted their own chapeaux — including a requisite toque designer.
Workshop member and bag designer Karin Edhlund chats about her first-ever sale, her proudest moment of the year and the balm she uses to keep her leather products in top shape.
Leather or canvas, upcycled or fresh off the fabric printing press, these bag makers in Canada design and sell totes, zipper pouches, purses and more to an audience eager to upgrade their collections.