Crafts By and For Women

by Marsha Winsryg

supporting maasai craftswomen

On sale every Monday at the Grange Hall, 10 to 5, are these Maasai beaded bowls along with many other beaded items which raise money for Maasai women struggling with a hostile government in Tanzania.


supporting haitian women quiltmakersPeaceQuilts sells not only museum quality art quilts designed and made by Haitian women, but also many other reasonably priced textiles like potholders, shopping bags, necklaces from cloth beads and metal work.

saving indian girls from human trafficking

The Invisible World is a non profit working with another organization, Her Future Coalition, to rescue young Indian women from sex trafficking and training them as jewelry makers. Some of these pieces are inspired by Dawn Moran’s photographs of plankton, this being her focus as a marine biologist and the invisible part of the name for her non profit.

supporting zambian women with disabled children

The African Artists Community Development Project continues to support disabled children at the Mama Bakhita Cheshire Home in Livingstone, Zambia and works with their mothers to create the worker-owned Zambezi Doll Company.






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Ivanna Flewharty October 5, 2019 at 8:35 am

I was wondering how to create something like this for our community. If you have a sec, would you tell me a little about how you guys became involved?

Marsha Winsryg February 10, 2020 at 8:55 pm

Well, it would be helpful if you describe your community and what you want to do.

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