Small Business Saturday Mini Maker Market

Small Business Saturday Mini Maker Market

It's never been more important to vote with your dollars! We would not be where we are without the support of our community and we wanted to give other small business owners an opportunity show case their talent. 

Join us Saturday, November 26 from 12-5pm as we host our first Small Business Saturday Mini Maker Market!

The market will feature the work of some of our staff and several local small business owners.

5 reasons to attend our Small Biz Market:

  • Shop small and support local businesses
  • Get some early gift shopping done!
  • Take a peak at our new spot in Pioneer Square
  • The first 20 people to show up will get a free T-shirt! 
  • Be entered to win our kit raffle just by showing up, plus earn an extra ticket from any vendor you shop from that day!

We are located at 512 2nd Ave, Suite 100, Seattle, WA 98104 in the historic Pioneer Square neighborhood, between James St and Yesler Way. 

Our shop is easy to access by car, light rail, or bus. There is on-street parking available or if you prefer to park in a garage, Butler Garage is nearby. Click here for additional parking and transit resources.

    Meet Our Vendors

    Featured Staff

    Kulsoom of Tile Timber and Thread (@tiletimbernthread)

    Kulsoom is an avid crafter, she enjoys using old and new pieces to create unique works of art and believes in constantly learning and growing as a maker. Her most current obsession is fiber arts and it brings her pure joy to create things with her hands. She also conducts fiber art workshops and loves to see others take on new skills.

    Robin of Robin Bundi Art (@robinbundiart)

    Robin Bundi is an artist, designer and teacher from Seattle, Washington. Robin received a Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design from Ohio University and went on to obtain a certificate in Natural Science Illustration from the University of Washington. She primarily works in watercolor and pen & ink. Robin creates illustrations to celebrate the natural world and our connection to it.

    Melanie of GnightIrene (@gnightirene)

    Melanie began painting to represent the beauty they see around them and within themself. Growing up there were not enough fat and happy bodies represented in the world, so Melanie set out to change that one Squishie Fishie at a time. Whether watercolor, crochet, clay, pencil, pastel, or acrylic, Melanie’s art reminds us that ALL bodies are good bodies and everyone deserves to be seen and celebrated!

    Alyssa of Alyssa Makes Stuff (@alyssamakesstuff)

    A designer by day and a crafter by night, Alyssa's embroidery journey began in 2018 - a simple white hoop that says "Hello" with sprinkles on it. Years and many ice cream cones later, she loves to create unique, colorful designs and bring custom fiber craft orders to life. Each of her pieces are made with care, love, and the hope that her art will bring a smile to someone’s face. 

    Local Small Businesses

    Wicked Macarons (@wickedmacaron)

    Wicked Macarons is a Black, single mom & woman-owned French macaron bakery. This bakery is also operated from online sales baked out of many local commercial kitchens in Seattle. With several successful pop-ups under her belt wicked macarons focus on art/ flavors bakers choice. In the past has offered unique and delicious flavors such as earl grey lavender, peanut butter and pickle, feta and fig, cotton candy, salted caramel pretzel, and so many more! She will also surprise on occasion with her “mak-pops”, which have macarons and cake pops combined.

    Sunflower Bee Co (@sunflowerbeeco)

    Siobhan is the beekeeper of Sunflower & Bee Witch. Sunflower Bee Co's apiaries are on the ground of Seatac Airport in partnership with the pollinator program at the port. Siobhan has found immense wonderment in the play between beekeeping and spiritual practice, thereby creating Bee Witch with her partner in crime, Barbara. She has been beekeeping for about 6 years & lives in White Center with her 2 dogs & 8 chickens. 


    Vo Ceramics (@voceramics)

    Vo is a modern ceramic project inspired by architecture, science fiction, and fashion. Every piece is handmade by Nhi Vo in Seattle.


    iliahi & tuahine (@iliahi.tuahine)

    Hi! I’m Carly, proud owner of ‘iliahi & tuahine! I started making earrings with tie-dye scraps as an outlet to divorce and some “me time” for navigating single motherhood. A lot of family and friends were interested and I would go to a lot of events and end up taking my earrings off and giving them to someone on the spot. I’ve branched from dye scraps to include leather and other mediums; I love mixing materials for a unique look! I love crafting pieces that are just as unique as you!


    The Bee Witch (@thebeewitch_)

    Barbara is a first gen American with Cuban roots. Her upbringing was heavily influenced by the Afro-Cuban culture she was surrounded by. In her childhood, she was often involved with family cleansings, offerings and dedications to their loved ones. Barbara does all things tech, design, produces our resin offerings & all things social media for Sunflower & Bee Witch.