Inspiring and connecting craft-lovers to the many handmade treasures, traditions, and natural wonders of North Carolina
Infinity scarf$110.00 Add to cart
Out of this world medium tote$80.00 Add to cart
Teal NON-dichroic glass 3.5-inch barrette$20.00 Add to cart
Pine cone wire handle basket$65.00 Add to cart
Blue leopard small tote$80.00 Add to cart
Mid-century dots medium tote$80.00 Add to cart
Rocky copper with mix of orange, blue, gold, and green dichroic fused glass earrings$22.00 Add to cart
Teal, gold, rust, blue, gray and brown infinity scarf$110.00 Add to cart
Small Tree$35.00 Select options
5” Nantucket basket (no lid)$235.00 Add to cart
7” Nantucket basket with cherry wood stakes$475.00 Add to cart
Blues, gold and black textured dichroic glass 4-inch barrette$20.00 Add to cart
Meet some of our artisans.
Our state has a long history of fine artisans providing beautiful and functional pieces for all to use, cherish, and enjoy. That continues today. NC Handmade provides a place for artisan and patron to meet and share their joy and appreciation for fine quality, handmade North Carolina crafts. Please browse through our marketplace, and enjoy getting to know our artisans.
Recent blog posts
Times being hard for artists is the understatement of the decade! Between sheltering in place and a global recession, artists are struggling to replace lost income. So we thought we’d take one thing off of your plate and research all of the national, state, and local emergency relief grants for artists.
Shokai Sinclair: What’s your history with craft traditions? What drew you to craft? Lauren Sinclair: I am a knitter and sewist. I have had an
Becoming an NC Handmade artisan
We charge a monthly administrative fee of $10 (currently waived for new artisans for the first six months) and a commission fee at the following levels:
- 25% commission fee per item sold at $500 or less
- 20% commission fee per item sold for more than $500
Connect with NC craft-lovers from across the country who can purchase your work 24/7.
Save time, and avoid the COVID risk of setting up a booth at an in-person craft fair.
Devote more of your time to your work without worrying about maintaining your online presence.