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. Deana pie says:

    Gina’s Talk of the Town, Elkhart, Illinois

  2. My 2 favorite businesses owned and ran by women are: Blue Rock Station in Philo, Ohio and The Cherokee Valley Bison Ranch in Thornville, Ohio. They are also, founders of Women Grow Ohio an organization that connects and unites women in agriculture including livestock farmers, vegetable and fruit growers, and urban homesteaders.

  3. Kathy Nester says:

    My favorite woman run business is The Red Boot Quilt Company. ( Toni is wonderfully creative, talented, and generous quilter/designer in providing the most amazing quilt patterns.

  4. Kat says:

    I’m loving FeatherEagleSky, the cosmetic line but honestly, there’s so many amazing women creating and running successful businesses. Such as Inner Wolf Jewelry, Gardens of the Sun, The Wild Pine, Meghan Currie, Kitty’s Bohemian Boutique and I could go on and on! I make a point of supporting small businesses!

  5. Barbara Burch says:

    112 James St. is an amazing woman-run, woman-owned on line business that sells beautiful handmade table linens and fine wooden kitchen utensils.

  6. Rosemary says:

    Hello Mary Jane!
    My favorite woman owned business at the moment is the hard working mamas trying to make a go of our dōTERRA Essential Oil business right from our homes :). You’re business, magazine, farm, books and the many other things you do are quite incredible! Yours it tops! Blessings ❤️

  7. Chris Davis says: Homeschool mom with a lot of kids, several dyslexic, uses her art and imagination to create school books and journals for unschoolers, homeschoolers, moms, and especially kids with dyslexia or other learning differences.

  8. Terry says:

    Susan’s Selections in Richmond, VA provides moving services for seniors, downsizing and consignment, as well as estate and auction services. It is a much-needed business model serving the Richmond community.

  9. Rhonda Niblett says:

    The Re-finery in Kalispell, Montana. It is a ladies consignment clothing store. Michelle is the owner and I have enjoyed her business since I moved here in 2000. It used to be known as Ena’s, the previous owners name. I can recycle my clothing and purchase something “new”.

    Thank you for asking.

  10. Staci McLarnon says:

    Kisa, a fun boutique in downtown Mpls.

  11. Kristy L. says:

    DiscoverTEAS, a wonderful herbal tea shop in Williamsburg, VA is run my friend and heart-sister, CF. She saw a void in the market and created an amazing experience for tea lovers and tea newbies alike. I loved working with her there, but alas, I had to move away several years ago – but she ships!

  12. Sheri says:

    My favorite woman run business is my sisters Farm to Skin body balm business. The balm she makes is remarkable and it is all natural.

  13. Cathie Swanson says:

    My favorite woman run business is “Vivacious by Vic”! She’s my granddaughter! She makes beautiful and unusual glass jewelry, plus really pretty glass items out of bottles! I’m very proud of her and her work!

  14. Deanna Babb says:

    Family health care operated by a nurse practitioner, this is my business and I wouldn’t want to do anything else!

  15. Cindy molino says:

    My niece. She makes jewelry and sells it.

  16. Alena mccrum says:

    I like quilt stores that are almost always run by women.

  17. Lynette George says:

    I love Tula Pink. Her designs are adorable.

  18. Swan says:

    My family just visited a lovely place that my children absolutely fell in love with. Shasta Clayworks Pottery is a cooperative pottery studio run by Renee Wendy. Renee is doing what she loves and has created a place for others to play in the mud, so to speak.

  19. Dawn Corrie says:

    C & D Naturals is my favorite female run business

  20. Tammy says:

    Simply Said Flowers in Hoquiam, WA. Started, owned and operated by my step-brothers wife, Trixie Thompson. It’s, simply said, amazing!

  21. Kay Bourns says:

    My favorite woman run business is MaryJane’s Farm. I feel such joy each month when I go to the mailbox and there it is. I love the recipes and heart warming stories of people living real life as it is meant to be lived. Thank you!

  22. Susan Herbig says:

    There is a beautiful shop in Gleason, Wi named “The Livingroom”. A lady runs this organic shop of seeds, flowers, homemade candles and trinkets. Wonderful ideas on things made from scraps, etc.

  23. Erin Kibbett says:

    I’m going to be braggy and say my favorite woman-run business is MINE!

  24. Valerie says:

    My favorite woman-run small business is a clean, green haven on the lower east side of manhattan. We all need this sanctuary called hortus nailworks & the owner is a ray of light named Jane. They also brought sugaring to NYC!
    Love it-

  25. Tammy burger says:

    My own soap business, Simplify.

  26. Lynna Beth Mangum Beaven says:

    Jill Donovan the creator of the Rustic Cuff. The reason she started her company is an amazing story.

  27. Cindy Stoll says:

    Calm Creek Cafe a lovely shop in Mt. Pulaski, IL. Owner Kella serves delightful coffee drinks and baked goods. She has many unique vintage finds and repurposed items.

  28. My favorite business is my own ! I do alterations and repairs, sew patches on uniforms – I love to sew ! I am also an independent consultant for PartyLite candles and love love love the fragrance and ambiance in our home. Not only do I work these two, I am a full time drug & alcohol treatment specialist in a male corrections facility.

  29. Lisa Harness says:

    Mary Englebreit & of course, Nary Jane’s Farm

  30. Tiffany J says:

    Data Resource Architects! CEO Rose! Go mom 😊👍👍👍

  31. Heidi Mckinley says:

    Fresh Eggs daily. Enjoying learning how to keep my girls hsppy and healthy.

  32. It has to be Ruhamah Designs. Founded by women to provide job opportunities to women rescued from sex trafficking. Beautiful women. Beautiful jewelry.

  33. My favorite woman-run business is a marvelous shop Kingston, NY called Bop to Tottom. It’s a great merchandise blend of unique, often artisan-made clothing and accessories, home accessories, novelty and gift items. It’s an absolute must stop when Christmas shopping.

  34. Anne R says:

    Urban Growler in St. Paul, Minnesota. The first female owned and operated microbrew in the state!

  35. Deborah Tiffany says:

    My new favorite is Farmhouse Frocks! Love their clothes! And I heard about them from Mary Jane’s Farm!

  36. Maryellen Benton says:

    My favorite woman run business is a little scrapbook store where I live. It is called Chic Custom Creations by Scrappy Diva. The owner is the kindest woman you would ever want to meet and gives and gives to the community! Thanks for the giveaway!

  37. Sarah Hedrick says:

    Love the FarmChicks!

  38. Julia Huynh says:

    I love Thirty-One. They have great bags.

  39. Polly Terpening says:

    Outskirts Village is owned and ran by my friend Karole. Teddin.She’s a consumate picker of the old and unique.From lampshades to dressers!I love to check what she’s uncovered next.

  40. Cynthia Churchfield says:

    Benefits Cosmetics! Started by two women who continue to create fabulous skin care and make up.

  41. Summer says: – the Lather Co. makes delightful soaps! It is ran by Christy Carmichael.

  42. June K.Blake says:

    My favorite business woman is my daughter who has a thriving Young Living Essential Oils business. Leggings for winter is what my legs are longing for. Thanks.

  43. Rosemary Opatril says:

    My favorite woman-run business is LuLaRoe! I have two friends at work who sell this fabulous clothing line. There isn’t any competition between them, and in fact all of the consultants that they work with SUPPORT each other! It is so refreshing to see this happening, especially when our society tends to be so competitive.

  44. Michelle O'Banion says:

    Cleburne Texas has a shop called Accents The boutique carries a variety of off the cuff home decor with some designs being innovative. Inspiring and relaxing – FEEDS YOUR INNER COWGIRL!! ♡

  45. Joyce. winget says:

    I love red ant pants. They are based in White Sulpher Springs Montana. They make women’s work pants that fit our curves.

  46. Rubye Dacon says:

    Resurrected Designs, 700 Main St., Garland, TX.

  47. Laura Towles says:

    Cupcake Gypsy – Canton and Avon, CT
    Best cupcakes ever!!

  48. Sharon Grantham says:

    My favorite woman run and operated business is Wildflowers Boutique at The Triangle in Austin, TX.

  49. Jessica says:

    Tinkergarten is a great, mostly female, ran business! Taking young children and their adult guides into the outdoors for learning through play – who could ask for more?

  50. Liane Glick says:

    I have a couple of them. One is Kings Treasures, which is a Christian book store. The lady that owns and runs it is such a wonderful kind woman. I would LOVE to win a pair of LulaRoe leggings!!! I have heard nothing but wonderful things about them!

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