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January 28, 2015 at 8:46 PM

Kids’ shop: Screamer hats are warm, witty

By Bree Coven Brown / Special to Sunday Market Heading to the slopes? Pick up fun and practical Screamer Facemasks for the kiddos. More than just a hat, the Seattle company’s facemasks protect your children’s neck and ears from chill, while their sweet faces peek out from the middle of an animal head. A bestseller is Jaws, a shark…

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January 28, 2015 at 8:44 PM

Locavore: Oxenrider wallets let you shop with style

By Bree Coven Brown / Special to Sunday Market Mix art and commerce with an Oxenrider Seattle Wallet featuring original artwork by Pacific Northwest artists. Brittani Karhoff and David Levitt create the ultra-slim works of art in Seattle from durable waterproof, tear-resistant paper. Designs — including modern Pacific Northwest imagery and moody geometrics — are printed with UV-resistant pigment…

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January 26, 2015 at 5:22 PM

Getaway gear: Add sizzle to your winter vacation with clothes and accessories that shine

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By Caitlin King / Special to Sunday Market

It’s the gray, wet, chilly time of year when Pacific Northwesterners start dreaming about sun on their faces and sand between their toes.

As you plan your getaway to that Hawaiian resort or Mexican villa, pick up a few new warm-weather pieces to spark your excitement and have you looking great from airport to cabana.

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January 21, 2015 at 6:41 PM

Eco chic: A beer tote as lovely as your brew

By Bree Coven Brown / Special to Sunday Market Carry your growlers home from the local brewery more easily with a Salvage and Spruce Growler Tote, handmade in Ballard by Scott Connell. Each carrier is made from knotty-pine wood paneling reclaimed from local homes during renovations. The beautiful torched finish is achieved by quickly charring the wood,…

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January 21, 2015 at 6:39 PM

Locavore: Wine in a box never looked so good

By Bree Coven Brown / Special to Sunday Market Love wine, a little at a time? Extend the life of an open bottle with the Oxbox, a new preservation system handcrafted in Vancouver, Wash. Made from sustainably harvested American black walnut, the Oxbox is an oxygen-free closed system — creating, essentially, an extremely attractive boxed wine you can…

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January 21, 2015 at 6:15 PM

Stop rainy skies from clouding your style with chic hooded pieces

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By Kristin Kalning / Special to Sunday Market

For reasons that aren’t entirely clear, “Rain City” is not an umbrella city. Locals and transplants alike face foul weather with a flick of the hood.

That said, fashion-conscious Seattleites have long been stymied on how to look cute in a parka. Designers are starting to get hip to the hood, though, and they’re popping up on everything from wool coats to cardigans. Here are some pieces that will keep your head covered and your style intact.

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January 14, 2015 at 9:43 PM

Kids’ shop: Children’s tale with kittens and foodies

By Bree Coven Brown / Special to Sunday Market Are you a true Seattleite? Then you’re likely to love “Oskar & Klaus: The Search for Bigfoot,” a new children’s book featuring a foodie Sasquatch who cooks gluten-free. The book is the first for Oskar & Klaus, a Seattle-based online retailer of pet toys and accessories. It stars its namesake…

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January 14, 2015 at 9:41 PM

Locavore: Knit bottle koozie keeps your drink chic

By Bree Coven Brown / Special to Sunday Market Upgrade your old foam drink koozie to a hip Boozie — knit bottle covers made by Yakima-based Liberty BottleWorks. The knit “sweaters” insulate your beverage in style, whether at home or at the campground. Choose from cool designs such as Chuck (modeled after Charlie Brown’s yellow-and-black shirt), Sir Trail…

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