I want to draw your attention to 2 of the sponsors of Little Wool Maus; Cubits and Hawthorn Farm. Both specializing in organic and heirloom seeds of vegetables and flowers, Cubits and Hawthorn Farm are two wonderful Canadian sources from […]
It gives me great pleasure to welcome Nest as the newest sponsor of Little Wool Maus!
Based in Ottawa, Nest is a small family-owned online toy shop run by Lisa and John-Paul. Nest not only has a wonderful selection of children’s toys […]
In a little family workshop in Kingston, Ontario, the wonderful wooden creations of Re-wood Toys are lovingly hand-made.
What first drew me to Re-wood Toys was the lovely selection of teething necklaces that didn’t look like teethers on a string! With my little Cub teething, everything is in […]
Sarah, mama of 2 girls and the creative force behind bodhi handmade finds herself working and playing in a temperate rainforest on an island in the Alaska panhandle. Far from a large urban centre Sarah’s bright skirts, pinafores and kerchiefs contrast beautifully against the lush greens and greys […]
Three sisters, Sarah, Robin, and Claire, grew up playing on imaginary battlements and going on adventures on their family’s 2½ acre wooded property.
Sarah, the one who does ‘pretty much everything’ at SnapdragonFortress, is an artist, writer, toy-maker and mama. She lives in […]
Introducing Katie Daisy…
A love of the wide open sky and the simple pleasures in life is what Katie brings to her art, and she has imbued each painting with sunshine and summer breezes! Her lettering and flower accents have a lovely vintage country feel and the quotations […]
I’d like to introduce Cubit’s Organics, a small Toronto-based organic seed company specializing in rare and heirloom seed varieties. With a special interest in urban herb and vegetable gardening, owner Laura Watt believes that everyone can grow their own organic produce in whatever urban space they have available.
You might have noticed a new sponsors section on my right sidebar. After a fair bit of thought I have decided to expriment with blog sponsors, and see whether this is something that works for Little Wool Maus. I see sponsorship as a way to connect readers with independent artisans or companies (often smaller, family […]
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