made in mn

Araya Jensen is devoted to making kitchen and home products that are both functional and colorful. “For me, function comes first,” Jensen says, “and of course, I love creating and mixing new colors.” Read More
It all started in 1870, when French-Canadian Camille Poirier came to Minnesota and started a leather goods store selling shoes, canoe packs, and other leather and canvas goods. He filed a patent for the Original Duluth Pack in 1882, and the echoes of this design are still present today. Read More
Marlo Cronquist took her first official glass blowing class at FOCI-Minnesota Center for Glass Arts five years ago and never looked back. She was hooked.
“That’s all it took. Just one class and I knew that was what I needed to be doing,” she says.
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