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6 Handmade Gifts for Pride Month

6 Handmade Gifts for Pride Month featuring 6 items from the Artisans Cooperative

June 1st 2024 – June 30th 2024
Celebrate your Pride this month by choosing to shop from LGBTQ+ artisans!

Although it’s important to support the community year-round, June is the time to be LOUD and PROUD. Whether you plan to attend one of the many Pride festivals or parades occurring across the globe, or just want a little something to show your Pride with your everyday wear, there are plenty of Pride themed accessories to choose from, all lovingly handmade by our Artisans.

A handmade flag with stripes in trans colors, from bottom to top: Light blue, light pink, white, light pink, light blue.


Handmade in France
by Naël
at La compagnie des petits lutins

What better way to kick off June than to wave your flag and show off your identity high and proud?

This handmade transgender pride flag comes in three size options, along with optional eyelets or baton pocket. Lesbian, asexual, pansexual, and non-binary flag options are also available.

Did you know? The blue on the trans flag represents boys, while the pink represents girls. The white in the middle represents intersex or gender neutral/non-conforming individuals.

A mini embroidery hoop pendant with a progress pride heart in the middle. The flag is in the colors of the rainbow, intersected by a chevron made up of white, light pink, light blue, brown and black stripes.


Handmade in England, UK
by Virginia at Raeyn Crafts

If you prefer a more subtle display, this mini embroidery hoop progress pride themed heart pendant is perfect to wear as a necklace, or hang as a keychain.

Each pendant is 1″ in diameter, and a variety of other pride flags are also available.

Did you know? The progress flag was designed in 2018 by Daniel Quasar. It’s meant as a call for inclusivity, and to celebrate the diversity of the lgbtq+ community.

A pair of tan leather patches on a black mat. The top patch, being held up by a hand, is carved with she/her on a banner.
The bottom patch is carved with the/them on a banner.


Handmade in Washington, USA
by Lee at Riverside Refuge Studio

These OOAK pronoun patches are made to order with your preferred set of pronouns.

Each patch is a 4″ x 1.5″ rectangle.

Did you know? Pronouns aren’t just for trans and non-binary folks! Everyone has pronouns, and sharing them helps to create more welcoming spaces for all.

A blond, white person standing in front of a wall wearing a rainbow zip-up sweatshirt with the hood up.


Handmade in Quebec, Canada
by Roxanne at Simakaihoodies 

The festivities might take place in June, but you can show your Pride year-round with this bold and classic rainbow hoodie!

This sweetshirt is made from cotton fleece and can be made in custom sizes. $2 from each sale from Simakaihoodies’ Pride Collection is donated to Fondation Émergence, a foundation fighting against transphobia and homophobia.

Did you know? The first gay pride flag was designed by Gilbert Baker in 1978 and consisted of eight colors – hot pink, red, orange, yellow, green, turquoise, indigo and violet.

A hand holding up a set of rainbow crochet tassel earrings, with the rainbow made of of the bi flag colors (pink, purple, blue).

5. Pride Crochet Tassel Earrings

Handmade in Washington, USA
by Miss Thera at Atypically Artistic

Get dressed up with a pair of these tassel earrings and show off your bisexual pride!

Each earring measures approximately 2.5 x .75″ and are made with stainless steel ear hooks. A variety of other flags are also available.

Did you know? The designer of the bisexuality flag, Michael Page, was inspired by the colors of the biangles, which was a symbol for bisexuality designed by Liz Nania in ’87, co-organizer for the bisexual contingent for the Second National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights.

A tattooed person standing in front of a door while wearing a tote bag over their shoulder. The tote is tan with purple, small caps lettering which reads, "queer magic is queer liberation." The lettering is curved in a circle around a unicorn crescent moon design.

6. Queer Liberation Ethically Made Tote Bag

Handmade in Pennsylvania, USA
by Raffi at
The Beat in Between

If you’re planning to attend any parades or pride festivals, you’ll definitely want a queer liberation tote to carry all your swag!

Raffi’s totes are all made with queer love (and a heat press).

Did you know? Pride Month began as a commemoration of the Stonewall Riots, which occurred from June 28th to July 3rd in 1969 in NYC. The riots began after the police raided the Stonewall Inn, one of the few establishments that welcomed openly gay and lesbian people during that time period.

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