Welcome to Today’s Handmade,
An Online Magazine, started in Seattle Washington on November 1st 2011, featuring handmade creations for every part of your home and life. From DIY tutorials to how to sell your handmade items. Today’s Handmade hopes to be one of your many online stops to all things created with integrity and soul. Crafting items by hand, whether you make for the love of it or to sell, a piece of you becomes a part of that art. We hope to share a bit of this integrity with you on a daily basis. New articles will be posted often with Highlighted and Featured contributors/makers appearing every few weeks.
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Tehlia is currently living a double life in Tacoma and Seattle Washington as an Army Wife, Blogging crazy and editor-in-chief of Today’s Handmade. She creates things by hand, block prints, crocheted stuff, embroidery art, wooden circles covered in things… you name it and it probably exists in her home. Tehlia also sells her creations in two shops online, Tehlia.com and The Forks Farm. From time to time she wears fishnet stockings, drinks wine from a box and has random conversations with her husband of 10+years.
Megan Carroll is the creative force behind My Studio. She attended and Graduated from Emily Carr University in Vancouver BC with Bachelor in Fine Arts in 2006. Since then she has made art & creating her focus second only to her family. She lives with her five year old twins & husband in Bellingham, Washington. Megan has Two handmade shops My Studio Bellingham & A Kitschy Kitchen. She also contributes to Today’s Handmade in many sections from Home to DIY and the opinions/life section.
Michelle Jackson, known as “the goat lady” to her friends, is an organic hobby farmer and food nerd with a passion for delicious, wholesome food that has lead her from an old life of office-casual, city living to muck boots and manure shovelling. Living just outside the city limits of Olympia, Washington on a 3 1/2 acre farm, Michelle raises chickens, dairy goats, rabbits, a hit-and-miss vegetable garden and two precocious little girls. Her dream is to fill every hungry belly with lovingly grown, nourishing, tasty food. Find Michelle blogging at Girl Gone Granola. She will be contributing to Today’s Handmade in the Garden section, bringing her garden to the table with handmade recipes. And will hopefully grace us with some knitting tips.