We’re back!

Hey friends and fam, we’re back in the ‘ham!

We’ve got a few fresh things going on:

Naked Clothing on Holly St is now selling our jar cozies!  They’re in display at the front window, check ’em out!

We’ve still got some fine salves, cozies and a couple of hats at the Bellingham Alternative Library.  If you haven’t swung by there to check out the library, do.  You’ll dig it.

There’s a fresh batch of cottonwood bud salve ready, so new it doesn’t even have it’s labels on yet.

You can come down and see us at the Bellingham Farmer’s Market along the sidewalk with the other entrepreneurial renegades tomorrow, this Saturday.  Salves, jar cozies, buttons, hats and other sweet little handmade goods.

Hope to see you there!  Enjoy the fall!


A move, more salves, and crafty notions!

Hey all! Hope you’ve been enjoying the dry-ish winter of the Pacific Northwest this year. More rain on the way I hear!

To keep you updated, Eric and I have moved from Beloved Bellingham to the Little Applegate in Southern Oregon, near Ashland. It’s a very new ecosystem(s) for us, and we are learning to adjust as best we can. Working in the garden and sewing have been ramped up this season!

Before we moved, we were able to get in a fall harvest of devil’s club and balm of gilead and so, we have a huge fresh batch of Forest Salve available! Please check it out on our Etsy page for purchase.

Also, we’ve been doing a lot of carving in our toasty woodfired cabin, sometimes carving spoons from the white leaf manzanita for our upcoming wedding in June, and other times carving out double sided knitting needles, and trying out our hands on crochet hooks.  Keep an eye out on that Etsy page, and feel free to make special requests for certain sizes of needles.

See you all in the Spring!  Happy March!

love pi

Another great day at the market~

Hi y’all~  Thanks for checking out our blog!  

We had another beautiful day at the Bellingham Saturday Market.  It appears that word-of-mouth is spreading about our awesome Forest Salve made with Devil’s Club Cambium and Balm of Gilead; it’s the first time we’ve sold out of a salve at the market!

As Autumn begins to approach, we look forward to hanging out with the sleeping Oplopanax and playing in the wake of the bountiful wind storms under the Poplars.  We still have a few jars of this graciously powerful salve left; but once we’re out, we’re all going to have to wait for Autumn to lull the plants into dormancy so that we can begin the next batch of Forest Salve.

Thanks for the support!


P.S.  Also, forgot to mention that the marvelous Bellingham Alternative Library is carrying our salves as well at the Make.Shift Art Space!  Check it out: located at 306 N. Flora St.

Salves in local stores!

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buttons, salves, jar cozies, hats, fiddle rosin and sage bundles for sale

Hi y’all!

     If you’ve caught us at the Bellingham Free Market (along side the Saturday Market), you’ve probably seen our smiling sunburned faces, perhaps tried some of our salves and felt the fluffy softness of our crocheted creations.

If our salves helped your achey neck, strained back or soothed your epic sunburn, you can find us at the next non-rainy market or you can scoot on down to the:

Public Market at 1530 Cornwall and buy our Forest Salve there!

     We’re working on getting our different varieties of salves and wares at shops around town and around beautiful Northwestern Washington.

Help support sustainable, local, small business and share a story or two with us at the Market!


welcome to nettle foot’s webspace!

we’re currently under construction and getting all our infrastructure structured, but feel free to poke around or visit our etsy site:  nettlefoot.etsy.com

be good to each other~