GIVEAWAY: “LuLaRoe, All That Glitters”

For a chance to win a pair of playful, colorful, LuLaRoe leggings, tell me what your favorite woman-run business is in the comments below. I’ll toss your name into a hat and draw a lucky winner sometime mid-December.


You’ll find out how to transform a vintage coat into an upcycled masterpiece (the perfect companion to a pair of LuLaRoe leggings) in the Dec/Jan issue of MaryJanesFarm. Stay tuned for more magazine-related giveaways. If you’re not yet a subscriber to my magazine, MaryJanesFarm, subscribe here for $19.95/year.

  1. Faith says:

    Rail City Market in St Albans, VT is owned by NH, a woman dedicated to making this little health food market a haven and hub for the community. There’s a positive, healing energy there that can be felt when you walk in the door!

    • Lee says:

      I went to this market last spring when I was visiting St Albans from the countryside of northern NY. It is a magical little spot (and growing)!

  2. Teri Schneider says:

    My favorite woman-run business is owned by my son’s friend. It’s called Bricolage Studio and she makes jewelry with metal and fiber. She uses sheep and alpaca wool and dyes &spina the wool for use. She loves doing this so much that she teaches others how it is done.

  3. MaryBeth Schwarz says:

    Edi’s Chocolates in Austin Texas is my favorite business run/founded by a woman. Gluten-Free candy/cakes/cookies are yummy! Mary Beth

  4. My favorite woman-run business is Stampin’Up. I love making handmade cards.

  5. latanya says:

    I like Becky Higgins from Project Life!

  6. Winnie Nielsen says:

    I love our local French Bakery which is run by a lovely woman from Belgium. Her croissants and homemade breads are fantastic! Oh La, La!!

  7. Carol D says:

    Looking Glass Creamery in Asheville, NC. Jen is awesome and makes wonderful artisan cheese.

  8. Mary Frances Rauch says:

    I was thinking Martha Stewart. What else do I need to say?

  9. Sara says:

    My favorite woman-run business is Jewel’s Soap that is owned by an Amish woman. Just love that pure, homemade fragrance of organic soaps and lotions!

  10. Krista says:

    My favorite women run business is Yehaw Designs. She makes the most adorable baby moccasins for both girls and boys. The best part is she takes custom orders. I recently had a pair of vintage looking moccasins made for one of my friends twin girls birthday. They turned out so dang cute!

  11. Liz says:

    Woman run business: Chick Tech
    A non profit company headquartered in Portland,Oregon.
    Promoting women in engineering/technology

  12. Catherine says:

    My son’s fiance has a business that has un-creaked backs, adjusted malfunctioning
    joints & heartbreaks with her youthful wisdom. She has a thriving business called backinbalance involving deep tissue healing. She also bakes her own healthy recipes for her clients who need an adjustment in nutrition.

  13. My favorite woman-run business is Treasures of the Earth, Inc. This is a gem & mineral show promotion company, and it’s my favorite because I am one of the owners! Ellen White & I organize and promote the shows. There will be 8 shows in 2017.

  14. BarbaraJean Smith says:

    I look forward to shopping at “Vulcans Rest fibers” the lady who runs it is the best! She’ll share a cupa tea and yarn wisdom. Lovely. Quaint little town, friendly ladies, and a fabulous bakery/cafe right next door. Perfect

  15. Erin says:

    My favorite business is this adorable little shop in MN called Darling Clementine! So many cute finds!

  16. Debbie Christin says:

    My fav is Starlit Quilts in Washington State. She’s a shop owner full of wonderful fabrics (including a new line of yours coming soon) and does custom and machine quilting!

  17. Cathy says:

    Just Breathe Yoga studio in Mandeville, Louisiana!

  18. Melissa Beals says:

    My favorite woman-run business is Meadowlark Heritage Farm! She sells amazing goats milk soap!

  19. Becky Davies says:

    My daughter who sells RF – Rodan and Fields is making great leaps and bounds in the skincare fields. The original team behind ProActive Solutions used by my girls in their teens. Love the RF product line myself. Always love to support other small businesswomen, too, both online and local.

  20. Michelle Seliga says:

    Anna from Sisu Designs Yarn Shop!! My favorite place to shop!!!

  21. Diana Nelson says:

    Westminster Animal Hospital – Westminster Vermont they are fantastic!

  22. melissa bennett says:

    Mermaid Attic in Amherst Ohio has every thing woman. As you walk in you are always greeted with a smile and conversation. Most likely you run into someone you know and walk out with a smile and a glow.

  23. Colleen says:

    A great business in my hometown is run by an 83-year old woman named Violet, her 73-year old sister, Maja, her 63(almost)-year old daughter, Colleen, and some grand-daughters who are 33 and 38. It’s a coffee shop and bakery, specializing in old family recipes, especially Finnish ones, or recipes from friends and family. The setting is The Chatham Depot, an old railroad depot, which is “back to life”, after the train quit running through in 1979.

  24. angel Kendrick says:

    I love the junk gypsies, they are so inspiring and empowering to women with their unique creations and inspirational messages !

  25. Renae says:

    Two Smart Cookies is a local bakery which was started by two women. They have the best cookies and a cute gift shop as well. My absolute favorite iced cookies!

  26. Cori says:

    Well, obviously, it is Mary Jane’s Farms! I also love Susan Branch and Mary Engelbreit.

  27. Deirdre says:

    Great Balls of Wool my local knitting store in Powell River

  28. Dee Fleming says:

    My favorite woman run business is “Vintage Me” in Yakima WA.

  29. Elisabeth Perkins says:

    I think my favorite woman run business would be MaryJane’s Farm!! MaryJane designs the cutest quilts, has the best Organic sheets and also great organic food and the best magazine around!

  30. Heidi says:

    Women Farmers

    • Catherine says:

      Heidi, I agree. Just met a women who graduated from UMass with degree in computer science, did the cs thing, got married, raised her babies and now is a happy, healthy farmer for a local farm. How nice is it to walk into any store and find smiling people who say, “I love my job.”

  31. Marjorie Klein says:

    My favorite woman-run business is Mary Janes Farm – the magazine and the products.

  32. My favorite woman owned business is my business, Create My World Designs… but goodness, there are so many others that I love and admire (too many to list), including Mary Janes Farm. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

  33. melissa soucy says:

    Garden Girls small group of ladies who love to garden on a small scale in PA

  34. Lisa T. says:

    I love “I Am Grateful to You,” a company created and run by Beth Gross-Santos. From top to bottom, they are doing great things. Their “Olive You” bracelets, made with olive-pit beads, is wonderful! 🙂

  35. anne b says:

    barefoot books!

  36. Rhonda Longenecker says:

    Funky Junk a small unique , fun loving store full of one of a kind crazy fun treasures! They bring life to items that anyone else would discard, creativeness galore!

  37. Idamarie Settlemyer says:

    My favorite woman run business is “the Hub”, a coffee house/book store that is
    run by my Daughter in Love and two of my Granddaughters.

  38. Summer Mattocks says:

    I love Annie’s foods. Annie’s is a woman-founded company devoted to creating soups and snacks that are as tasty as they are organic, vegan, and non-gmo. Love her mascot Bernie the Bunny!

  39. Penny says:

    Would love some new leggins for cold winters!

    • Catherine says:

      Me too! Cold air finds its way around the sealed rooms, doesn’t it. 🙂 I hope you win this context. love n life, C

  40. June Rognerud says:

    One of my favorite women owned business is Buttercup in Nehalem Oregon.She makes some of the best soups around and her homemade ice cream is a surprise treat

  41. Carol Johnson says:

    My favorite woman-run business is actually a service here in our rural Georgia community. Several years ago a friend of mine started The Center for New Beginnings to assist children experiencing the full-range of symptoms of autism. The Center provides tutoring and support to over one hundred fifty clients and their families in our area.

  42. Mikayla Gillson says:

    My favorite women-run business is Farmhouse Frocks from the Oct/Nov issue of Mary Jane’s Farm! I absolutely love their adorable products! They are a great example of female independent and self-suffiency.

  43. Zona Hague says:

    Hair Traffic Control Salon in Ellsworth, Wisconsin! My friend, Fay’s priority is to help women and men feel wonderful about themselves-both outside AND inside. She loves her small shop and clients, and she rents space to a few young women, so they also can have income. Fay genuinely cares, while respecting confidences —and she also visits residents at the nursing home, so they can look their best and feel special!!

  44. Linda says:

    My favorite woman run and operated business is Thistle Farms, survivors of prostitution, trafficking and addiction who hand make skincare products from natural ingredients. Every product bears witness that love is the most powerful force for change in the world.

  45. Joye says:

    My daughter-in-law is a LuLaRoe rep and so her business is my favorite right now.

  46. Sharon Jerome says:

    My favorite woman run business is Goat Boy Soaps, the owner operated business in New Milford, Connecticut has the most fantastic goat’s milk soap.

  47. Joni says:

    Well, actually, it’s a woman (and her husband ) run business….the appliance store I work at!
    They are great business partners, as well as great partners. I love working there.

  48. Jan Faust says:

    Lisa Streett-Liebetrau who founded Camp Koala, a non-profit who provides support for grieving children through day camps, 3-day camps, workshops, etc., located in Central Pennsylvania.

  49. Erica Malone says:

    My favorite is Jadlynn Brooke! They have the cutest tops!

  50. Kathleen Ceirante says:

    Bunnies – Children’s Clothing. 100% Cotton overalls and dresses for kids and babies. Sold at craft faires and quilt shows. No web site yet but you can always call or email. But it’s the most fun to see all the fabrics in person

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