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- children's stackers (or decorative object) - rainbow, sunflower, iceberg // $20-30
- Forest Paintings // Iamhome // range $28-40
- old fashioned wooden Spinning Tops // Original Tree Swing Co. // $5 each
- pure beeswax Honey Bear candles // Chicago Honey Co-Op // $5 each
- Handyman In Your Pocket reference book // $13
- Field Notes // $10 for a pack of 3
- old fashioned Slingshot // Original Tree Swing Co. // $22
bamboo Recipe Book Holder // made by Hala // $35
Inside that, 2nd best seller = Soup & Bread Cookbook // from The Hideout event // $20
- Handsoaps - actual soap in the shape of hands // $16 for a set of 8 little hands
The beauty of Haymaker is that everything in the shop is made regionally, like in Chi-town or the Great Lakes Basin. And we love locally made stuff. If you're looking for stuff to stuff stockings or gifts for cool city-dwelling folks who like to keep it local- Haymaker has the goods for you. From synthetic baby hands to a toast buttering board, you're likely to find quirky stuff within.
· Haymaker [Official Site]