Handwork Cooperative is complying with the NYS Pause for the safety of community health. We appreciate that members of the community are interested in supporting local artists in this unprecedented time. We are happy to connect you with our artists and you can find direct links to them in their profiles. We will also be sharing what our artists are up to on social media.
With attention to detail and a touch of whimsy, Laureen creates one of a kind pieces ranging from wet-felted jewelry to 3-dimensional wool sculptures.
Gio is a third generation shoe maker and leathercraft artisan. He aims to create work that is both durable and beautiful, that meets the highest standards of craftsmanship.
As a textile designer specializing in silk screen printing, Esther carried her childhood fascination with wildflowers to botanical images. They have become a central motif in her work.
A Few Good Bananas
A Few Good Bananas is the creative child born to three sisters who create needle felted designs on women’s wearable art accessories.
Mary Beth Larsen
Born and raised in the Finger Lakes, Mary Beth Larsen began sewing at the age of four! She has since mastered several forms of fabric art.
Two Foxes Studio
Trained in fiber arts and using wooden blocks in various shapes and sizes, Kimberly Hutsal of Two Foxes Studio creates everything from fedoras to party hats.
June makes woven chenille scarves three kinds of rugs: hand woven, weft-faced, and braided. Her rugs and scarves are one of a kind.
Olivia's Easy Living Hats are handcrafted for travel and wellness. Her technique of traditional crochet makes Easy Living Sun Hats and Kid Hats stretchy to fit varying sizes, and easy to pack and store for travel.
Pat plays with different colors, fabrics, leathers and combinations to create her one-of-a-kind bags.
Veronica's goal is to create functional knitted items from natural fibers. She creates knitted hats, mittens, scarves, bags, blanket and more for a wide range of ages.