Cate finds gifts for all her whale-book-reading, paradox-loving, pink-shoe-stomping kindred spirits.
If you can’t make it in person to your county’s Meet the Breeds barn, wrap yourself in this cozy knit collection.
Whether you prefer woven, wire or horsehair, this collection of containers will give you serious basket envy.
Now considered iconic, Charles and Ray Eames’ innovative designs were woven through the social, cultural and aesthetic fabric of the 1950s and ’60s.
The fringe that flutters from Wanda Jackson’s rockabilly hips is just one chapter in this fashion trend’s 20,000-year-old history.
No need to run to your favorite art or hardware store — this collection of handmade implements is both functional and inspiring.
Luxurious fabrics with a nostalgia for natural forms — romanticism plays a game of seduction just as potent today as over a century ago.
The Brits may prefer a complementary scone while the Japanese, a rice cake, but the tea leaves that remain predict a fruitful future for pottery.
More personal than Picasso and sweeter than Matisse, this progressive artist’s style is celebrated with an Etsy collection.
Cate Fitt, an experienced critic, curator and juror, shares highlights from her personal Etsy Favorites.