Small shop. Big personality. 

We are *NOW OPEN* at our new location in Hudson, MA!

Visit us at 91 Main Street.
Current hours:

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: Noon-4pm
Saturday: 11am-5pm
Sunday: 11am-4pm


Our mission is to provide a curated selection of goods, created by hand, with heart. 

We specialize in handmade and artisan goods, stationery, yarn, fiber arts and knitting notions and books by women and diverse authors. 

It’s important to us that you know where the items you purchase come from. The work sold in our shop is all handmade, small batch, and made by individual artists, not big factories. Many of our artists use eco-friendly and sustainable business practices that help and give back to our environment. We offer home decor, art, and gifts for a comfy, cozy, and colorful home, and items that you’ll be proud to own and give to others. 

We are the studio shop for Islay's Terrace and Jillian Audrey Photography, products that are both made by our shop owner, Jillian.

Each item you purchase from our store supports an indie maker, small business and entrepreneur. 95% of the makers in our store are women-owned businesses. Thanks for supporting small and our community. xoxo.


House brands/things we make:


A few of the yarn brands we carry in the shop:

  • Betta Knit
  • Coates & Co
  • Golden Mill Fibers
  • Flax & Twine
  • Honey & Quill*
  • Imperial Yarn
  • Islay's Terrace*
  • Juliette Pecaut Designs*
  • Katie Knits in Boston*
  • Kelbourne Woolens
  • Malabrigo
  • Melani's Stache*
  • Rhapsody Fiber Arts*
  • Wild Violet Fibers*
  • Yarn Love
  • Zen Yarn Garden

A few of the handmade brands you can find in the shop:

  • And Here We Are
  • Attic Journals
  • Badger & Burke
  • Big Wheel Press *
  • Bookishly
  • Brainstorm
  • Broderpress
  • Bromstad Printng Co
  • Cactus Club Paper
  • Clever Clove
  • CSF Ceramics
  • Dancing Cat
  • Everyday Olive
  • Filzwork*
  • Foxfire Creative Studio *
  • Gingiber
  • The Good Twin
  • Good Earth Soap
  • Graphic Anthology
  • Hartland Cards
  • Hearth & Hammer
  • Hearth & Harrow
  • Honeyberry Studios
  • Hook, Line and Tinker Embroidery Kits
  • The Humble Fox Candle Co.*
  • Ideal Bookshelf
  • Indestrutable Food
  • June & December
  • Keegsie Design*
  • Kiriki Press
  • Ladyfingers Letterpress
  • Little Bear Illustration *
  • Little Lovelies Studio
  • Loyal Supply Co*
  • Lucy Loves Paper
  • Maisonwares
  • Make & Mend*
  • Mandy Warhol*
  • Marley's Monsters
  • Middle Dune*
  • The Neighborgoods
  • Oxford Pennant
  • Paper Pony Co
  • Party of One Paper
  • Polkadog*
  • PopZoo*
  • Rachel Elise Studio
  • RikRak Embroidery Kits
  • Ruff House Print Shop
  • Sepia Lepus
  • Sherpa Ant*
  • Shepherd's Run Jewelry*
  • Small Victories*
  • Smudge Ink*
  • Snowmade
  • Stitch Prism
  • Sweet Pickles 
  • Upstate Stock
  • Wildship Studio
  • Worthwhile Paper Co.
  • Yellow Owl Workshop

* Made in Massachusetts 


When will my order ship?
We are currently shipping every 2-3 business days.

How do you ship?
Most orders ship by USPS First Class which takes 5-6 days once it leaves our studio/shop. If your order is heavier than 1 pound it will ship via USPS Priority which takes appx 1-3 days based on location.

Can you ship internationally?
I'm currently only shipping orders in the US. But please sign up for my e-newsletter as I will be adding international shipping soon!

Where are you located?
Our studio and shop is located at 91 Main Street in Hudson, MA. You can find the embroidery and photography sold in shop locally at shows throughout the Boston and New England area!

Do you accept returns?
Sorry! Because all of our products are small batch and handmade by indie makers we can't accept returns on orders. However, if your item arrives damaged or broken, please contact us ASAP! 


"I could say this place is a one-woman operation, but really that would be misleading, because in a way it's a one-hundred-plus-woman operation... this shop would be nothing without the more than 100 women authors, artists and makers whose work fills our shelves and walls. But when you step through the door, it's me you're going to see. Me, and sometimes our shop pup, Watson. I came from an entrepreneurial family and sort of always knew I would grow up to be my own boss and own my own business, it just wasn't until a few years ago that it became clear to me exactly what kind of business that was going to be. I'm a maker and an artist and while doing arts markets and street festivals I realized how much I yearned for a more permanent space for my work, but also to curate the work of others, to showcase small makers, to give voice to those just finding their footing like I once was, to help artists succeed. My tiny shop was born."
-- Jillian (owner, maker, dog cuddler)

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