Wholly Craft is Relocating to Larger Clintonville Location
Popular Columbus gift shop, Wholly Craft, is moving to a new home. Later this summer, the shop will relocate to the former Mix:Home space at 3515 North High Street, doubling in size.
“We’ve been at our current location since 2007 and we simply just ran out of room,” said Wholly Craft owner Olivera Bratich. “I’m really looking forward to all the space our new location offers — we’re going to be able to move our workshop space upstairs and really have more room for better merchandising.”
Opened in 2005, Wholly Craft is a local favorite that features handmade items from over 200 different artists and crafters. Some of the items they sell include clothing, accessories, jewelry, kids and baby gifts, paper goods, fine art prints, plush creatures, bath goods, home decor, and much, much, more. They also offer various classes, such as knitting and stitching, for those that want to learn the art behind their favorite crafts. Voted “Best Gift Store” three years in a row, Wholly Craft is definitely a great place to visit for the craft enthusiast.
“”Another great thing about our new location is all the farmer’s market traffic,” added Bratich. “I feel like our customer is the farmer’s market customer — people who care about handmaid products also tend to care about where their food comes from, so it just seemed like a perfect fit.”
June 22 will be Wholly Craft’s last day at their 3169 N. High Street location, after which they will be moving to their new location in the Farmer’s Market block. The larger store will translate to twice the amount of amazing products and two-times the fun!
For more info on Wholly Craft, visit www.whollycraft.com.