The 2014 Green Lake Holiday Gift Guide
We’re excited to announce our first Green Lake Holiday Gift Guide. In our call for submissions, we asked for gift ideas of products that were either:
- Made in Green Lake
- Created by Green Lake residents
- Or about Green Lake
We weren’t sure what we would get, but we were certainly amazed by what we received!
We hope these ideas will be a reminder of the creativity and entrepreneurial spirit all around us, and what’s possible when you shop local–even in our own backyards. Happy holidays!
|Washington State Keychain Bottle Opener
$18, These Men Are Professionals, LLC Available in 1/4″ plain steel, or 1/8″ stainless steel. Created by Green Lake resident and metal artist Alexander Pagliere, owner of These Men are Professionals, LLC.
|Drury Drop Bracelet
$48, Fresh Tangerine Created by Kim Kogane, owner of Fresh Tangerine. A Green Lake resident, Kim’s studio in Pioneer Square designs, creates and sells jewelry in stores across the country and online.
|Colorful Seattle Kids Coloring Book
$15, Colorful Cities Laura Lahm is the creator and publisher of “Colorful Seattle – Explore & Color” and can be found running around Green Lake 3 mornings a week. Her company Colorful Cities LLC is located near Green Lake on 50th. The book is available at numerous stores in the area including Third Place Books on Ravenna, Wide World Books & Maps in Wallingford, Top Ten Toys in Greenwood, Portage Bay Goods in Fremont, and Clover Toys in Ballard.
|Gregg’s Cycle Jersey
$99, at Gregg’s Cycle Gregg’s Cycle is the quintessential Green Lake business, operating in the neighborhood for 82 years. This cycling jersey was designed in-house at Gregg’s, and produced by Pearl Izumi. Available in men’s and women’s.
|Green Lake Guest House Gift Certificate
Any amount, Green Lake Guest House Beautiful overnight accommodations and breakfast right on Green Lake! Available for any amount, never expires and can be ordered by phone and either mailed or emailed.
|Personal Running Coach
$360 for 3 months, Tailored Running Michelle Taylor is a long-time Green Lake runner, and offers personalized running coaching to help you get to the next level in your training.
|Moccasins for Kids & Adults
$26-$62, Satch & Sol Susan Bell operates Satch & Sol from her home in Green Lake. Her company partners with fair trade artisan cooperatives in Mongolia using eco-friendly materials to create a variety of unique products including moccasins and toys.
|Green Lake Tote Bag
$26, Olliotto Seattle artist Trilby Hainstock creates a variety of Seattle-themed products, including this screen printed tote bag, made in Seattle.
|Green Lake Map Print
$25+, Seattle Greenlaker And finally in the shameless self-promotion department, you can support Seattle Greenlaker with this Green Lake map print, available framed or on a variety of other high-quality products.