A Holiday Tabletop Giveaway

A Holiday Tabletop Giveaway

*Giveaway Closed* Thank you to those of you who entered! We'll announce a winner on Friday December 8th.

One redeeming quality of social media is that we get to connect with other artists making seriously gorgeous things that we would have never have found otherwise! This year, we are beyond thrilled to work with two genuine masters of design and craft: Jack and Genevieve of Four Leaf Wood Shop and Tabria of Tawa Threads for a very exciting holiday giveaway. Its a big one, worth $850!

What's On The Table

  • A volcanic-inspired Table Runner by Tawa Threads
  • A gorgeous hand carved serving set by Four Leaf Wood Shop
  • A 4 piece dinnerware set from Wolf Ceramics

Participating Artists

Wolf Ceramics

Hi, that's us! We're a small ceramics studio based in Hood River, Oregon, where we hand make all sorts of useful objects for your home. We were started by Sarah Wolf in 2016 in Portland before moving our studio to a small town in the Columbia River Gorge. We take inspiration from the primary shapes, patterns and wisdom that are found in the natural world to create useful, everyday ceramics designed for enhancing the rituals of daily human life. We love connecting with other small businesses and artisans.

Four Leaf Wood Shop

Nestled in the folky mountain perch of Ojai, California, Jack and Genevieve hand carve gorgeous kitchen tools out of walnut, cherry and maple hardwoods. They update their web shop about twice a month with handcrafted, one-of-a-kind spoons, spatulas, knives and serving sets. Often times hand-carved goods of this nature can be super rustic looking (which I love, but may not be for everyone). Jack and Genevieve's pieces are different, though — their thoughtful approach and true artistry lends to a super smooth execution. These special pieces would be happy in truly any home!

Tawa Threads

Making waves in Austin, Texas, Tawa Threads is the half-design, half-advocacy project that Tabria started back in 2019. Since, proceeds from every one of her textile pieces have been donated to organizations that work to increase diversity in outdoor spaces, from Outdoor Afro to Native Power Rangers. From a design perspective, Tawa Threads feels like a total kindred spirit! We love how their geometric designed-table runners look alongside our ceramics. Tabria also sells prints, bandanas, wall art and other soft goods.

Thank you for participating!

While sadly we can only choose one winner, we so appreciate you taking interest in our craft! Supporting small businesses during this busy time of year goes further than you could ever imagine. 


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