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Soft Goods in Baltimore Maryland


SewLab USA

SewLab USA is a Baltimore-based manufacturing company that creates unique, customizable soft goods proudly made in America. We provide our customers with personalized, conscientious service, and top quality products that are locally made and sustainably crafted. More

About – SewLab USA

SewLab USA is a Baltimore-based manufacturing company that provides superior quality soft goods constructed from sustainably sourced materials. We give our customers personalized service, innovative-designs, and inspirational solutions. More

Flatten The Curve Baltimore

SewLab USA is a Baltimore-based manufacturing company that creates unique, customizable soft goods. Their quality products that are locally made and sustainably crafted. SewLab is committed to the fundamental importance and intrinsic value of Made in America. More

Shop Local — Support The Baltimore Museum of Industry

SewLab USA is a Baltimore-based manufacturing company that provides superior quality soft goods constructed from sustainably sourced materials. They give their customers personalized service in addition to innovative-designs and inspirational solutions. * Assorted tote bags and passport/wallet covers More

Shaw Furukawa - About

Product Developer, Soft Goods 2013-2014: STX Lacrosse, Licensee of Nike Lacrosse, Baltimore, MD. Tracking multiple projects, tooling, and materials. Communicating designs and concepts directly to over seas factories. More

Cottage Foods - Maryland

Non-potentially hazardous baked goods, such as bagels, pastries, brownies, cookies, breads, cakes, pies without potentially hazardous topping or fillings Hot filled high-acid fruit jams, preserves and jellies made only from oranges, nectarines, tangerines, blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, boysenberries, cherries, cranberries, strawberries, red currants, or another fruit mixture that ... More

24 Best Foods to Eat in Baltimore - Spoon University

Coming in cheaper than water by weight, Natural Bohemian is the $20 30-rack of choice in the great state of Maryland. Hell, Mr. Boh, the mustachioed mascot, is stamped on just about every surface of Charm City. Fun fact: Baltimore’s developmental soccer team, the Bohemians, is sponsored by Natty Boh. 3. Scones from The Corner Pantry More

Maryland Specialty Foods You Should Try - TripSavvy

Glowimages/Getty Images. Blue Crabs have been caught commercially in the Chesapeake Bay area since the mid-1800s. They are plentiful from late spring through fall. Crab is a favorite Maryland food and is prepared in many ways—steamed or sautéed (soft shells), like crab cakes and crab imperial, or in crab soup and crab dip. More

Pekara Bakery - Roland Park - Baltimore, MD

The website explains that it's owned and run by a Serbian baker, but the bakery has a fairly wide range of European-style baked goods. When I've visited, I've seen amazing-looking bread (ie spelt, whole-grain, and rye, and baguettes as well). There aren't that many places in Baltimore where you can find things like a buckwheat loaf. More