Bracelet designs

10 local designers to support this International Women’s Day

1. Cedar + Spruce Studios


Molly Jackson, the woman behind Cedar + Spruce Studios, began creating stained glass creations in 2015. She designs, cuts, grinds, wraps and welds each colorful piece of art herself. She announces her shop updates on her Instagram (@cedarandspruce.studios), and she sells her pieces in line. She will also be at Walkers Point Makers Market and Bar Hop March 13 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.



Jodyann Morgan candles are nothing less than works of art. Its hand-poured soy candles celebrate the human form and are designed with a gender-neutral perspective, according to its website. Candles from this black and gay-owned business can be purchased in line. Follow CTOAN on Instagram at (


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3. Dusty Pete


Milwaukeeans and their friends Darcy “Dusty” and Jackie “Pete” founded Dusty Pete’s together, creating laser-cut products and accessories. Their designs are inspired by pop culture and their own lives, like these Midwestern inspirations “ope” heart earrings. You can shop online and find them on Instagram (@dustypetes) to follow their pop-ups in person.

4. Jennifer Froh Jewelry


Milwaukee silversmith Jennifer Froh is an alumnus of UW-Milwaukee, and she creates intricate yet minimalistic silver jewelry. Each piece is bent, cut, welded and brushed by hand, which makes each piece unique. Jewelry can be purchased online and you can follow Froh’s work on Instagram (@jennifer_froh).

5. J. Riley


Crochet designer J. Riley makes and sells colorful crochet earrings, like these bestsellers Loop-D-Loop acrylic wire earrings. You can shop her earrings online and follow her on Instagram (@iamjriley) to follow her crochet creations and style inspiration.

6. Just bee designs


Brandi Lynch decided to create her own bracelets one afternoon and fell in love with them. From there, she launched Just Bee Designs to sell her beadwork designs. Bracelets are made with intentional stone choices, like this one tiger eye bracelet, a stone that can bring good luck to the wearer. You can buy Just Bee Designs in line.

7. Milwaukee Manufacturer


Cary Riding hails from south Milwaukee and handcrafts colorfully patterned woven fabric bags. There are tote bags, handbags and bracelets available in many different designs on her Etsy. You can also find her on Instagram (@milwaukee_maker).

8. MKE Quilting Co.


Katelyn Warner is a local quilt maker who makes t-shirts with quilt patches, quilted pillows, scrunchies, face masks and more. Buy his creations on Etsy or head to his Instagram (@mkequiltingco) to follow his pop-ups and additional creations.

9. Rivet + Bezel


Drew, owner and creator of Rivet + Bezel, creates one-of-a-kind resin earrings with unique designs, like these pressed flower earrings which are currently available on his Instagram (@rivetandbezel). She sells her earrings on Instagram, Facebook and at local events. The next in-person event she will attend is the 414chip May 22.

ten. T for textiles


Taina Espinoza is a macrame and textile artist and the woman behind T for Textile. She does fiber art and jewelry, and she does consultancy for female artists and entrepreneurs. You can buy her handmade creations on her website or on his Instagram (@tfortextile).