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We are located in Old Ballard:

Fair Trade Winds
5329 Ballard Ave. NW
Seattle, WA 98107

Street parking available.

Phone: 206-743-8500

Hours:
Monday-Thursday from 11:00am-7:00pm
Friday & Saturday from 11:00am-8:00pm
Sunday from 10:00am-5:00pm

Shop Local in Ballard

We’re a family-run gift store in the heart of Old Ballard. Our fair trade products range from jewelry and accessories to kitchen items and home decor. All items are handmade by artisans around the world – each product has its own story! Stop in and browse while you’re meandering around the impressive Sunday Farmers Market on Ballard Ave., or come by any day when you’re in need of a greeting card, wedding gift, or Theo Chocolate bar.

THE BALLARD SUMMER SIDEWALK SALE IS HERE! Stop by to see what we have on sale outside our door, August 10-13.

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Happy Customers

I wandered into this store a few weeks ago shopping for a friends’ gift. I wanted to buy everything! Super unique fair trade handmade crafts, purses, bags, home stuff, jewelry, musical instruments, wall decor, chocolate, kid stuff, clothing, scarves and gloves… wonderful colors, textures, fabrics. All high quality but good price range: small stuff and bigger fancier things, so I was more than able to get a really unique gift without breaking the bank. I highly recommend this place for getting gifts, the friendly staff, supporting fair trade and getting lost in another world for a little while!

Karen N.
Seattle, WA

 

Everything is about fair trade goods in this store. Fair trade stuff are sometimes not so cool, unfashionable etc… But this store is full of cute stuff and good selection. Many of them are made in Mexico, Guatemala, Kenya etc… I bought cute angel earrings made in Mexico and I feel happy with wearing them! There are some good selected books also and it was a nice coincidence when I found a book ‘Mountains beyond mountains’ by Tracy Kidder piled up on the shelf which I just finished reading before coming by the store.

Mie T.
Seattle, WA

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