PGH Women-made Shopping Guide

PGH Women-made Shopping Guide

We love our female local artists and makers! 31 of our 44 founding vendors are women. Now that we showcase over 100 talented creators, we thought it would be fun to highlight some of the most recently added. Check out these ABCs:


A.R.O. - Fabric Baby Cubes

Founded by new mom, Sophia, makes these adorable, one-of-a-kind fabric baby cubes. Ribbons and tabs are added for little fingers to practice their manual dexterity, and colorful fabrics help foster imaginations.


Bebe Blue Designs - The Point Tea Towel

Debbie creates beautiful illustrations, dedicated to the memory of her sister, Paula. We adore her tea towel of The Point, and the pop of color it adds to any kitchen or bath.


Black Forge Coffee

Monica and I had our formative meetings cementing our dreams and ideas for love, Pittsburgh at the O.G. Black Forge in Allentown. (My mom grew up right down the street on Warrington Avenue.) We quickly sell out of the bags roasted for us, made of a blend of Medium Mexican and Dark Tanzanian beans.


Britney Smith Ceramics - Ceramic Flask

Britney crafts hand-built functional ceramics. We are excited to showcase her textured soda fired flasks, finished with a cork stopper. 



City Life Adventures - Bridge Coasters

Pittsburgh is lovingly captured in photographs by Carla Cardello. We are partial to her perspective of our many bridges. Her coasters make it easy to take a piece of Pittsburgh home with you to love.

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