Episode 27 of the Exploring Washington State Podcast showcases The Explore Washington State 2020 Gift Guide. Our 2nd annual Washington State themed gift guide is available to help you with your holiday gift giving needs. MacKenzie Passegger shares her thoughts on each vendor and gives additional information on how/why they were selected to be in the guide.
Artists and Vendors Mentioned in this Episode
- 2232 Ceramics. Handmade pottery made in Spokane. Mugs, planters, and more.
- Contour Creative. Hand-stamped clothing. Comfortable and stylish.
- Ridge Line Rings. Bentwood rings. Using precious metals, and antlers.
- Mack Provisions. Vintage Baseball gloves turned into handmade wallets and keepsakes.
- Kula Cloth. Reusable antimicrobial pee cloths. For hiking and camping.
- Roast House Coffee. Our coffee partner. Enjoy a cup of Explore Washington State Blend.
- Wish You Were Northwest. Washington themed clothing. Hoodies, Beanies, and more.
- Cecelia Stitch. Handcrafted canvas aprons, Christmas stockings, and more.
- Whiskey Jack. Hand-painted hats, cards, stickers, and more.
- From the Ground Up. Merino wool socks with designs inspired from local landmarks.
- Tuesday Shop. Individually hand-painted kimonos.
- Salt Blade. Artisan handmade salami. Wide variety of varieties.
- EQPD. Function meets form. Lifetime bags to help you keep you life organized.
- Cascadia Modern. Scratch off posters. Check out our Explore Washington State Bucket List Poster.
- Staheekum. Environmentally friendly footwear for the entire family.
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