Accessories » Handmade Lookup

These artisan websites offer high-quality handmade accessories.  You can scroll through everything, or Open Accessories to see the subcategories.  Entries display in the order they were entered, most recent first.  Browsing is easy.  Just hover your cursor over an image and click to see an excerpt of the artist’s profile, plus links you click to see all the places that artist has products (e.g., Shopping Portal, Etsy, Amazon). And, to shop specific accessories from multiple sites all at once, click over to Shopping Portal/Accessories.

Photo of JAK Designs JAK Designs

Hand Loomed Knitwear JAK Designs began in 1997 in a tiny rooftop studio apartment in San Francisco’s Mission District. After almost 2 decades of traveling the country and showing their work at juried art shows, Jen and Tanya opened their own shop in beautiful Kennebunkport, Maine in 2015. JAK knitwear is created manually, using a bed of 200 needles and an array of hand tools, with thorough attention to detail and quality, using natural, organic and sustainable yarns.…

Photo of Elaine Unzicker Elaine Unzicker

Chain Maille Jewelry & Accessories Artist Elaine Unzicker creates beautifully elegant Stainless Steel Chain Maille Jewelry and accessories accented with gemstones and freshwater pearls for a truly one-of-a-kind look. Elaine's elegant chain maille jewelry is handmade in Ojai, California.

Photo of Emil Erwin Emil Erwin

Heirloom quality Bags & Accessories Founded by husband and wife team Emil and Leslie Congdon, Emil Erwin is a luxtury leatergoods brand focused on classic and functional designs. Each piece is designed and meticulously crafted in our Nashville studio with the finest materials and an obsessive attention to detail -- leaving our customer with a product they are thrilled to own and we are proud to call Emil Erwin

Photo of Copper River Bag Co. Copper River Bag Co.

Leather Bags & Accessories In a world where everything is disposable, technology and styles are moving at an accelerated pace, being able to craft something with meaning and a purpose pushes us to continue to design and create. Back when the old-world craftsmen, trappers, miners and makers designed and crafted bags to last a lifetime - to endure all climates - this is what we want to emulate.…

Photo of Satchel & Page Satchel & Page

Vintage Inspired Leather Bags & Accessories The inspiration behind the Satchel & Page leather collection came from Daniel's grandfather and his map case from WWII.  The bag holds stories of courage, resiliency, and love. The leather has aged with character and the bag is still going strong…about 70 years later…Which got Daniel thinking, "Why can’t I find products like this now?" Most stuff out there is mass produced, disposable and poor quality.…

Photo of Temono Temono

temono is a melbourne based leather goods label designing and hand crafting leather bags, wallets and accessories and that stand for quality and originality. our leathers are sourced from tanneries with good environmental practices including waste disposal wherever possible. our kangaroo range is vegetable tanned in australia. temono started in tokyo in 2004 out of a love for craft and passion for creativity with the first range called "te.".…

Photo of Frittelli & Lockwood Frittelli & Lockwood

Handwoven Clothing & Accessories Cecilia Frittelli and Richard Lockwood have been involved with textiles for decades, married since 1984, full-time business partners since 1990 and parents of two children, a cat and a dog.  We work in our studio/gallery space called Textile Studio, located at the north end of the Arts District at 143 Grand Ave in Saratoga Springs, New York.…

Photo of Elisabethan Elisabethan

Clothes & Accessories Made from Recycled Fabrics Who makes these clothes? Designer/recycler, Elisabeth Delehaunty leads a small but hearty team of cutters and stitchers. Rooting among mountains of forgotten things, Elisabeth unearths treasure--past fabric gems awaiting rediscovery. An obsession for finding these “experienced textiles” compliments her desire not to add any more “new stuff” to the world.…

Photo of Blue Fish Clothing Blue Fish Clothing

From the beginning of the design process, people are involved hand and heart. Since 1986, when Jennifer Barclay began making clothing in her parents’ garage, every single piece of the hundreds of thousands of Blue Fish garments that have been made have been printed by an artisan’s hand. The design process begins with concepts and ideas that are sketched by hand then move through many steps and are transformed into the reality of beautiful, collectible garments.…

Photo of Giselle Shepatin Giselle Shepatin

Giselle Shepatin is best known for the distinctive handwovens she creates in her San Francisco studio using exotic yarns she selects from around the world and often hand dyes, creating colorways that range from saturated Old Masters palettes to audacious brights and take-charge neutrals. Arresting texture/color mixtures are Shepatin's signature. Every season she offers her customers related separates in one-of-a-kind interpretations done in cotton, silk, suede, linen, velvet, tulle, and wool melton, sparked by handwoven and hand-knit accents.

Photo of Murphy Ties Murphy Ties

Hand-Dyed Silk Artisan Neckties Murphyties provides you with exquisite hand-dyed silk neckties, bow ties and scarves.  You will be delighted by the artistic characterter and high quality. Each piece is dyed by hand, one at a time.  Starting with white silk, stretched like a canvas, the designs are applied using brushes, stamps and hand tools.  The dyed silk is steam set to ensure color fastness, and washed to rinse out any excess dye. …

Photo of Scatterbrain Ties Scatterbrain Ties

Wearable Art Neckties My screen printed neckties feature my original illustrations (never clip art) and are made to be original, artistic and fun. Quality is important to me, so each tie is created with special care.  I am a full time artist who loves the idea of "wearable art". Each item in my shop features my own original illustrations.

Photo of Yuh Okano Yuh Okano

Shibori Dyed Scarves & Bags Yuh Okano works with polyester or silk fabric and shibori to create three-dimensional forms or highly textured expressive surfaces, sometimes using metal disks or glass beads. Her polyester textile sculpture installation “Epidermis : Ocean” incorporated whimsical shibori fabric made into objects resembling corals and sea animals in a fantasy under water environment. …

Photo of Alfredo Falcon Alfredo Falcon

Handwoven Alpaca Clothes and Accessories I was born in the capital of Peru on August 7, 1968. When I was but a small child I learned from my parents the best weaving techniques – like me, they had learned them from their own parents. This makes us a family entirely devoted to the world of

Nowadays I combine weaving by hand and on classic machinery, remaining true to Inca and colonial motifs.…

Photo of Calleen Cordero Calleen Cordero

Handmade Shoes and Bags Calleen Cordero’s first step on her journey to becoming one of today’s most inspiring American designers began in Marin County, CA, where at the age of fifteen she was first immersed in the world of high fashion footwear. Beginning in sales at an upscale boutique, her innate talent for fashion and her passion for well-crafted shoes began to shine through, and Calleen soon found herself elevated to the position of assistant buyer, travelling to Europe to view collections and meet with designers, all by the age of sixteen.…

Photo of Alchemy Goods Alchemy Goods

Upcycled Inner Tube Bags & Accessories While medieval alchemists sought to turn lead into gold, we strive to turn useless stuff like blown-out inner tubes, old seatbelts and advertising banners into useful stuff like bags and wallets. Another word for this is upcycling. Recycling turns stuff into the same thing over and over again. Upcycling turns something of lesser value into something of greater value.

Photo of Solmate Socks Solmate Socks

Colorful Hand Knit Mismatched Socks For over a decade Solmate Socks has been designing and knitting stunning mismatched socks, hats, scarves, mittens and fingerless mittens. We have continuously demonstrated a commitment to protecting the environment, the health and safety of our employees, and the businesses and communities where we do business. The Artist. Marianne Wakerlin, the Socklady is the founder and owner of Solmate Socks.…

Photo of Cashmere Treats Cashmere Treats

Handmade Luxury Cashmere Knit Accessories My story starts at my childhood. My mother worked as a progressive preschool teacher in Suburban New Jersey while my father worked from home, running his own electronics business. Before I was old enough to go to school, I spent the majority of my time in my dad’s world, being schooled by a man who was an impassioned and creative person in all regards.…

Photo of Felted Pleasure Felted Pleasure

Felted Scarves & Accessories I am a self-taught fiber artist. I live in the capital of Russia – Moscow, with my husband and cat Tigra. The most attractive in felting for me is absence of any restrictions, models and standards – just follow your imagination and enjoy process! My favorite technique is nuno felting because it offers such potential in producing a variety and richness of texture. …

Photo of smARTWORKS smARTWORKS

Nubby Three-Dimensional Scarves Contemporary scarves handmade in the USA by Sonya Mackintosh, using the highest quality Merino wool, cashmere, and cotton.  Sonya Mackintosh designs “delightfully nubby and uniquely three-dimensional” scarves inspired by the textures, colors, and patterns found in nature.

Photo of Loominus Woodstock Loominus Woodstock

Handwoven Chenille Jackets, Scarves & Throws Our Collection of Wearable Art jackets is renowned for its impeccable tailoring, LOOMINUS WOODSTOCK, designed by Marsha Fleisher, has been creating art-to-wear scarves for men & women for over twenty years in the Hudson Valley of New York. Exploring the mysterious nature of rayon chenille, mixing it with imported cashmere, and an occasional touch of fur has kept Loominus at the forefront of the luxury accessory market.…

Photo of The Felted Garden The Felted Garden

Artistically Designed Felt Scarves My husband would say that I started The Felted Garden because I didn’t want to work in a ‘real’ job. But isn’t raising 2 kids real enough? I believe that doors open and close for you in life.  I had a very successful career as a children’s clothing designer in NYC. I still see my former life in glimpses on reruns on the actors on ‘The Cosby Show’ and ‘Full House’.…

Photo of Pretty Birdie Pretty Birdie

Hemp & Sustainable Textile Clothing Pretty Birdie is separated into 3 main categories Bamboo Basics, Hemp Essentials and Organic wedding gowns. Pretty Birdie’s Bamboo Basics is a simple, easy to wear line of everyday, elegant pieces made from Organic Bamboo. Pretty Birdie’s Hemp Essentials is where you will find my Suits and more structured pieces all made from different fabrics featuring amazing, sustainable hemp.…

Photo of Neckrush Neckrush

Infinity Scarf Necklace Necklush is a patented infinity scarf necklace hybrid developed by Stephano Diaz and Troy Mattison Hicks originally in Brooklyn NY – now in Athens GA. We first started selling our Necklush circle scarves on the streets of NYC in 2008. The results were instant and over the top. People go nuts for Necklush!…

Photo of Econica Econica

Handmade Lingerie Designing clothes is my passion. Being obsessed with everything organic and pure I strive to use as many natural and organic materials in my creations as possible. My fabrics are carefully selected from different sources around the world and I design, make patterns and sew everything from scratch to create unique and comfortable pieces you would end up wearing again and again.…

Photo of Tie Obsessed Tie Obsessed

Handmade Wedding Ties We specialize in wedding ties with hundreds of beautiful pastels, metallic and bold bright royals. If you can dream it, we will make it come true. Please contact us to create a custom listing or sample listing.

Page 1 Page 2