This Week at the Shop: June 5th

I have LOTS to show you since my last This Week update. We’re all decked out with pride for PRIDE! Plus, the Handicraft is coming up on the 17th (deets below) and don’t forget Father’s Day on the 18th (gift inspo below). Such a fun month here at Homespun!

New

Best doormat ever by Laura Jane Handmade Co. Huge selection of hilarious cards from Paper Wolf Design, bicentennial stickers from United State of Indiana, and lovely little mid-west cards by artist Rebecca Stockert.

Gorgeous zodiac cards by A Quartzy Life, cutest kitchen towels and prints by One Lane Road.

The coolest books for the budding fashion designer by Lesley Ware.

New stationery by yours truly a.k.a. Read Write Books, stickers by One Lane Road, and weaving by Ribbons and Roving.

The most beautifully colorful (and those French knots!) embroideries by Needles and Knots, and a brand new line of candles and diffusers, Penn & Beech.

All this adorableness comes to us from Wee Moochi. Up there we have little stuffies of ramen, egg dumplings, and eggs and bacon. Sushi and bubble tea pins below!

Father’s Day

Let’s just say, we’ve got you covered.

Pride

Rainbow beauties!!!

What We’re Wearing

We’re ready for the next festival or flea market in this dress by Nicole’s Threads, bag by ReFind Originals, necklaces by Nice Lena, Grey Theory Mill, and Astronette, and turban by Just Liv.

Coming Up

INDIEana Handicraft Exchange, Saturday, June 17th, 12-8pm at the Harrison Center for the Arts: The INDIEana Handicraft Exchange is a contemporary craft fair that consciously celebrates modern handmade goods, the relationship between creator and consumer, and local, alternative economies. The IHE has become a notable stop on the Midwest indie craft fair circuit, which includes events such as the Renegade Craft Fair in Chicago, IL, Crafty Supermarket in Cincinnati, OH, Craftin’ Outlaws in Columbus, OH, Art vs. Craft (now defunct) in Milwaukee, WI and the Detroit Urban Craft Fair in Detroit, MI, among many others. The IHE began in 2007 as a way to highlight local crafters and artisans as well as to expose Indianapolis to some of the best vendors on the national indie craft fair map.

See ya next week, friends!

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