Artisan shop + coffee bar located in historic Downtown Collingwood
By makers, for makers. Our mission is to provide a space for artists, makers, creators, and local brands to sell their wares, grow their business, and be empowered!
We rent "spaces" in-store and listings online to makers in a mini market style, so they can sell year-round without having to be there and keep 100% of their profits. If you want to learn more about being a vendor, click here. Our shop in Downtown Collingwood offers a curated collection of local art, pottery, woodworking, jewellery, skincare, edibles + so much more.
Meet the Founders
Susan Parkin - co-owner/fibre artist/digital marketing nerd
With over 10 years working in the Retail Industry, including a Bachelor of Commerce in Retail Management, she thought owning a shop would be the last thing on her mind. In 2017 she started FibreLove, a modern macrame + fibre art company, to fulfil her creative spirit and help ease her anxiety. It was then she realized she could marry her experience in Retail with her love of makers and her skills in Digital Marketing.
Bayley Fryer - co-owner/visual artist/branding + design hero
Also a Collingwood native, she is a self-taught artist with a long history in painting, sketching, and sculpture. Bayley combined her skills in visual arts and took her creative eye to graphic design, working on several branding projects for local businesses. Along with logo design and branding, she has expanded her portfolio to include web design and social media management.
Our community is the heart of our business, which is why we feel so strongly about giving back. With our 100% Give collection, we will donate 100% of profits to local projects, initiatives, and charities that benefit the planet and empower local people.
The collection is made up of handmade goods, apparel, edibles, and other items curated from our community. Each season the collection is renewed and our donations go to a different project, initiative, or charity.
Want to get involved in our 100% Give collection? Contact us here.
We acknowledge that we operate on Indigenous land, belonging to the Anishinabewaki, Huron-Wendat, and Petun peoples.