|Karen Young - Lula Boutique. Photo: Kaitlyn Iserman|
Etsy, the web's premier crafter market, allows individual artists to sell their wares to the world — all you need is an internet connection and a dream.
- Kinsey Giddick, Charleston City Paper
Read the entire City Paper article here.
|The Fresh Stitch|
Suddenly, lots of people out there are wondering who grows their cucumbers or potatoes, who makes their shoes or soap. Farmers markets are popping up everywhere from parks to bank parking lots, and Etsy.com, the online handmade and vintage market, has buyers and sellers from more than 150 countries.
Finding these handmade products is part of the fun, and the quest is becoming easier and easier. Just like farmers markets, handmade markets are springing up everywhere.
- Stephanie Burt, Charleston Scene
Read the entire Charleston Scene Article here.
|Turning Native. Photo: Ellen McGauley|
My opinion? It’s the place to be for young, style-savvy folks who want to either glean a bit of handmade inspiration or buy up the fruits of Charleston neighbors’ labors.
- Charleston Home Magazine
This will be my last one! Thanks to Anna Evans at Charleston Magazine for featuring the Market. Read her article here.
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