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Field Trip: Bainbridge Island

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You have until November 24th to take the Bainbridge Island ferry to Destination Pop Up - and get a thorough look at (and opportunity to purchase) the full line up of beautiful & environmentally responsible products by Grain Design. I loved seeing their new wall mirrors in peron as well as the cooking vessel/trophy/art piece they made in collaboration Terry Siebert.

Clockwise from upper left: The Stitch Nonagon wall mirror, stacks of ingenious Utility Cards sit next to handwoven pillows, lathed marble and graphite(!) candle stick holders, and a vessel/trophy made in collaboration with local ceramic artist Terry Siebert.

Clockwise from upper left: The Stitch Nonagon wall mirror, stacks of ingenious Utility Cards sit next to handwoven pillows, lathed marble and graphite(!) candle stick holders, and a vessel/trophy made in collaboration with local ceramic artist Terry Siebert.

I spy: The Wandering Goose (illustrated by our current featured artist, Frida Clements) at The Eagle Harbor Book Co., the well known (among knitters) Churchmouse Yarn & Tea, and The Lost Quill - sadly (for me) closed on a Sunday.

I spy: The Wandering Goose (illustrated by our current featured artist, Frida Clements) at The Eagle Harbor Book Co., the well known (among knitters) Churchmouse Yarn & Tea, and The Lost Quill - sadly (for me) closed on a Sunday.

Even in the company of my toddler son, we made our usual stops at Blackbird Bakery for coffees & cookies, Eagle Harbor Book Co. for a spontaneous book purchase, and visited Churchmouse Yarns to pet some skeins. We visited the new Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, and also stopped by The Lost Quill out of curiosity. After recently taking a handwriting workshop taught by the owner, I was hoping to pick up some fountain pen ink cartridges, but since The Lost Quill is closed on Sundays, I only got to admire the handwritten chalk board sign.

All of these sleepy sounding activities are what I love about visiting Bainbridge Island, but they also serve to highlight the cozy, yet stimulating products on display at the Grain Destination Pop-Up event. Plus you get to ride a ferry!

-Chika