Next week I’ll be joining Suann Song, founder of Appointed Co., for a panel discussion about life as a creative business owner. I’m looking forward to connecting with other makers and entrepreneurs — the best part of my job is building community so that we can all see our endeavors thrive. If you’re a creative living in San Diego, don’t miss this engaging event! RSVP and secure your (free!) tickets on Eventbrite.
Back in May, I moved Cotton & Flax into a new studio space ⏤ a micro-retail space with tons of natural light. It’s been a big adjustment to move from my industrial studio space (where I was manufacturing most of the Cotton & Flax products myself) to this new public-facing space, and all the opportunities that come with. I’ve spent the last few months getting the space set up, and I thought I’d share a bit of the process with you.
PLUS: Scroll to the bottom of this post to learn about our opening party, which is just a couple weeks away!…
I was delighted to go on CBS-8 in San Diego yesterday morning to tell our city about Makers Arcade, the holiday sale that I’m participating in on Saturday! It was a great opportunity to remind our community to shop local, and to introduce myself to a wider audience in the city I’ve called home for almost a full year.
If you live in the San Diego area, stop by Makers Arcade this Saturday and say hello!
This Saturday, December 9th, visit Cotton & Flax at Makers Arcade, and support San Diego’s creative community while you finish your holiday shopping! You’ll find 100 California-based artisans sharing their handmade work, and enjoy local brews and delicious treats while you shop.
This is my first time exhibiting at this indie show, and I’m looking forward to connecting with the local creative scene in my new city. If you’re in San Diego, stop by and say hello!
Saturday, Dec. 9, 11am-7pm
Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier