• Karen Seiger

This Is What Happens To Things I Buy In Markets


I’ve heard a lot of artisan market sellers say that they wish they could see where the things they make end up after they are purchased in a market. Not so much with the food market vendors though – they already know where their things end up. (I totally went there!)

This weekend, my Tiny Niece Maddie, who was also my poster girl for the holiday markets this past year, had a birthday party. She’s 9 now, and I can’t even stand it. I am, however, very proud to say that she is into mustaches and bacon. I owe her a bacon tee shirt (I’m coming for you Chane), but I did okay on the handmade mustache gifts.

  1. The mustache tank is from Handsome Howard. We made a cool knot in the back for her because she’s still pretty tiny.

  2. The necklace is a needle felted mustache pendant from KnitKnit Knits, more of an heirloom passed on from my own collection.

  3. And the birthday card is from Little Bunny. (Remember?)

As ever, all my favorite things come from the markets, and then I give them away to the people I love. And then I get to go back for more.

Happy Birthday, Tiny Niece!

~ Karen Seiger, Markets of New York City


Maddie and KnitKnit Felted Wool Mustache Pendant



Maddie and Celebrating Racoons from Little Bunny


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