Editors’ Picks

Black-owned Etsy shops

We believe in showcasing, celebrating, and uplifting the talents of independent creatives. Discover one-of-a-kind creations from Black sellers in our community.

Seller Spotlight

Rachelle and Norman Clark of MAW SUPPLY

From structured blazers with bold patterns to flowy, floral sundresses, the cool vintage finds from MAW SUPPLY are all about creating your own look and wearing it with pride. “Finding our style has helped us become more confident,” says Norman, who curates the collection with his partner, Rachelle. “That’s why helping people express themselves through clothing is really important to us.”

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Mother's day gifts

One-of-a-kind finds for one-of-a-kind moms.

Seller Spotlight

The Gee’s Bend Quilters

Discover and own a one-of-a-kind quilt from the women of Gee’s Bend, a rural, Black community in Alabama. Their works are currently in the permanent collections of over 20 museums and—for the first time!—are available for purchase online.

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Seller Spotlight

Candice Luter of Candice Luter | Art + Home

Armed with a knack for macrame and an eye for interior design, this Iowa-based fiber artist and her team work closely with customers to create one-of-a-kind art installations that add depth, texture, and coziness to any space. “It makes me feel like part of a client’s story when they bring my pieces into their homes,” Candice says.

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Ashley Alexis McFarlane of Omi Woods

“Jewelry is something you can pass on and tell stories with,” Ashley explains of her heirloom-quality collection, which she designed to be cherished for generations. Featuring a gorgeously giftable range of gold and silver cowrie shells, ankhs, and coins, this Toronto-based maker’s modern adornments are a celebration of African heritage.

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