Earth Hour and Handmade –

Spinning during Earth Hour
Spinning during Earth Hour

Yesterday we celebrated Earth Hour. The lights may have been turned off but that didn’t stop us from working on creative projects.

I spent the hour spinning recycled yarn scraps on the Turkish spindle. It seemed to make sense to work on a handmade project involving recycling while observing Earth Hour.

Thank you for visiting “Handmade in Canada”. Our site is in its infancy, however we invite you to take a look at what we feel will become an amazing project and an amazing community of Canadian makers.

Welcome to “Handmade in Canada”, a community of independent makers and growers providing a great range of items made right here in Canada.

Our site allows our visitors to discover a whole range of Canadian produced products on one site. This makes buying Canadian, buying local, and supporting local economies easy and convenient.

On this site you will find artists, artisans, growers, writers and musicians.

This is a great opportunity to check out the talent Canada has and a great opportunity to support our Canadian handmade community.

Currently we are looking for artists, artisans, writers, musicians, growers and edible producers to participate on the site. We feel this is a great time to launch with Farmer’s Market season only weeks away. If you are interested in getting involved with this exciting project please check out the information menu on the bottom of this page, or contact us using the “contact” button (again located on the bottom of this page).  We are hoping to build a vibrant community of makers.