Meghan Bailey of Native Fibers is a proud descendent of the Karuk Tribe of Northern California. “I love art. In all its many forms. I…
This Business Is …: BIPOC-Owned
These yarncraft-related businesses are owned by Black people, Indigenous people and other People of Color.
US accessory maker Tammi Wilson says, “As an avid collector of African print fabric and clothing, I began to develop a line of project bags for discerning crafters using these prints. African prints make me feel elegant and fierce. To me, these prints are finery. They are spirit boosting. I want to make bags that spark that same feeling of elegance, pride, and fearlessness in others.”