Little Cricket Gift Gallery


Dancing Yarn

Dancing Yarn felted bracelets

Nanaimo, BC Dancing Yarn scarves and felted bracelets are cozy additions to any winter, fall or spring wardrobe. Their beautiful colours and textures are just begging to be touched.

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Geri Mendez

Chilliwack, BC Geri Mendez hand-sews vibrant table runners for everyday and special occasions. Beautiful fabrics, a variety of sizes and quality craftsmanship make these table-toppers a wonderful gift – to someone else or to you!

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Laura Stark

Pitt Meadows, BC Laura Stark makes adorable hand knit baby sweaters, caps, booties, monkey sock hats and baby work socks.  Also children’s mittens and tuques!

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Andrea Lawrence

Andrea Lawrence handwoven scarves

Merrit, BC Andrea Lawrence creates beautiful high-quality handwoven scarves, table runners, placemats and guest towels that last forever!  Andrea’s pieces are lovingly made from high-end fibres like merino wool, silk and bamboo in the most vibrant and delicious colours.

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Langley, BC Bookas playful patterns and colours make these baby accessories so fun!  Beautiful blankets and rag quilts, organic teething rings, burp cloths, bandana bibs and more.

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Caroline Flak

Caroline Flak handloomed shawl in yellow

Port Moody, BC Caroline Flak creates exquisite hand-loomed asymmetrical shawls in natural fibres such as linen and cotton as well as beautiful draping versions in viscose rayon.  Felted flowers and super-soft cowls and scarves also make wearable art!

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panabo tea towel

North Vancouver, BC Panabo Magenta First Nations Collection of tea towels make a wonderful travel gift or souvenir for visitors to our province.  They come in many stunning designs in  the most vibrant colours.

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Raingoose Textiles

Raingoose Teatowels

North Vancouver, BC Raingoose Textiles makes whimsical hand-printed linen tea towels in happy colours and patterns.  These tea towels are so pretty and make the perfect house-warming or hostess gift!  

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