Top 30 Etsy Shops for Small Business Saturday at Mighty Girl You can find more about Small Business Saturday at their Facebook page: • Small Business Saturday at Facebook And now, here is a look at some of own personal favorites, pulled from my Etsy favorites. Share your own cooking and kitchen-related small businesses and Etsy shops below in the comments! Here, in no particular order, are some favorites. I had soooooo many to choose from, so rather arbitrarily I left off vintage shops, for now. TOP ROW • Pigeon Toe Ceramics - Colorful, modern ceramics made in Portland by a small studio team. • Beehive Kitchenware - Charming, handsome spoons and ceramics. • Wood Elements - Beautifully-crafted rolling pins, biscuit cutters, and garden tools. • Gray Works Design - Gorgeous wood boards, tables, and "plattes" — footed serving platters. • LinenMe - Linen tablecloths and napkins made by a family business in Lithuania. SECOND ROW • Kiki LaRu - Cake bunting! • Stephee - Handmade pizza peels. • Micaceous Pottery - Bean pots, bowls, and other traditional Apache pottery made in Santa Fe. • Paulova - Salt, sugar, and other corked jars with pretty patterns. • Simple Heart - Skillet mitts! The perfect accessory for the cast iron pan. THIRD ROW • PataPri - Colorful tea towels from Japan. • Jason Russell Potter - Truly modern and stylish bowls and other pottery. • Yevgenia - Unique, unusual hand-painted ceramics and glassware from Brooklyn. • Sitting in Sawdust - Handmade salt boxes and spice racks. • The Near Future - Pretty awesome tea towels from Sydney. FOURTH ROW • 1canoe2 - A great recipe box, and letterpress prints and recipe cards for the kitchen. • The Village Pottery - Charming, old-fashioned pottery from England. • The Fabric Society - Hemp runners, furoshiki, reusable food bags, and aprons. • LampGoods - Great lighting for the kitchen, much of it made from recycled glass jars. • Flowerboy - Fresh culinary herb wreaths, made with organic herbs. FIFTH ROW • Inklore - Linen aprons, tea towels, produce sacks, and more. • YeeHaw - Cards and prints for cooks and food-lovers. • DistleFunk - Very cool cookie stamps. • Honey and Jam Photos - Beautiful photography for the kitchen. • The Cupcake Social - Cupcake liners, stickers, and other accessories for baked goods and parties. BOTTOM ROW • SuiteOneStudios - Elegant plates and platters. • Teal and Gold - Wood salt and pepper grinders and wine racks. • Brookish - Tea towels and ceramics with a literary theme. • Claudia Pearson - Yet more tea towels (and prints) with seasonal produce and recipes. • Rothshank - Quirky ceramics. OK, your turn! What are some of your favorite local and internet small businesses making supplies and goodies for the kitchen?