About Our Shop

Women Making Things LLC is an online retail store and publishing company that was created after years of conversations over coffee, tea, and food.  Our talks would always inspire, elevate, and empower us through our individual endeavors.  But that wasn't enough.  It soon became absolutely necessary that we start collaborating together.  We come from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences, but we discovered that we have the same desire:

To make the meaningful beautiful again.  To combine beauty with substance.  To help others experience life so that they may connect easily and more fully with their body, mind and spirit.  

To make things.  

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Carolyn Reddy  |  Kirby Teuila Grey 

Owners | Creators | Designers 

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Carolyn Reddy is an artist who was raised by a graphic designer and a teacher. Her childhood was filled with making things. She spent four years at the Savannah College of Art and Design learning the professional process of making visual objects. In her adult life, she has often earned a living by simultaneously making coffee and making inviting spaces. Most recently, she has taught others how to do the same at Stumptown Coffee Roasters. She thrives on making connections - between people, between people and ideas, and between ideas and objects. She is thrilled to be making practical and beautiful objects for others.

 

 

Kirby Teuila Grey is a healer who seeks to make life more whole. She studied Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine at the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine with the goal of making alternative healing more accessible to all. In her practice, she makes connections between the minds, bodies, and spirits of her patients so that they are empowered to live life to its fullest. She surrounds herself with those who make beauty in many forms, and she is always seeking to share what she has found. In collaboration with others, from ideas and visions, she makes films, music videos, events, and designed objects into realities.