Local entrepreneurs are the heart of the city. Check out some Edmonton Made gifts we shared on CTV news.
Jennifer Wilde creates beautiful, handmade toys combining traditional materials and a modern aesthetic. Intentionally designed to nuture children's development, all of our products surpass national toy standards and feature non-toxic finishes. Jennifer's background in child development and counselling, combined with the company's respect of and passion for children and play, ensure the creation of the highest quality toys for fun and growth.
Beton Brut Design
Amanda Nogier makes each Beton Brut piece by hand, with careful attention to detail and quality. Made with an array of pigments and semi-precious stones mixed with locally sourced concrete, the resulting collection is a vivid spectrum of richly coloured concrete with enough variations to resonate with every individual.
Ilya Oratovsky was first introduced to weaving, by peering into weaving factories when he was a delivery driver in his native Poland. Upon immigrating to Canada as a young man, Ilya built his own loom and has been weaving ever since. He is often overlooked because his craftsmanship is so good that people mistake his work for machine weaving. His finely woven blankets, scarves, and rugs are woven from local wool and alpaca. He designs and weaves beautiful wool, and wool and alpaca blankets.