THE NORTHERN MARKET
 

PRESS

 
 
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The Glossary 

Interview with Cincinnati's Lindsey Zinno of The Northern Market

 
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CITY BEAT CINCINNATI

2017 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE

University of Cincinnati environmental studies student Lindsey Zinno founded The Northern Market when she was just 17. Now, at 20 years old, she juggles her rapidly expanding minimalist and modern fiber art and home goods business with her college courses and her forthcoming brick-and-mortar--a collaboration with The Native One clothing shop--taking over the forming Inidgo Hippo space on Main Street in early December. 

 
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PBS

Rope Sewing Reinvented - Part 1 | Sewing With Nancy | PBS

Season 3100 Episode 3113 | 26m 47s

 
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PBS

Rope Sewing Reinvented - Part 2 | Sewing With Nancy | PBS

Season 3100 Episode 3114 | 26m 47s

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OHIO EXPLORED

Meet The Northern Market at our Ohio Explored Holiday Maker Mart!

The Northern Market caught our eye because of its beautiful yet functional minimalist line of handmade home goods and market bags. Owner, Lindsey Zinno, founded The Northern Market as a teenager. As a young entrepreneur and Environmental Sciences major, Lindsey applies environmental consciousness to her products and everyday life. Every piece by The Northern Market is a unique One-of-a-Kind item! This Cincinnatian is putting the city on the map by being featured in shops around the world!

 
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LOAM MAGAZINE

THE NORTHERN MARKET

I first was drawn to The Northern Market for its succulent simplicity. Her woven work reminded me of woodcut prints and tree rings. So I was especially excited to learn that her products—many made from a single piece of rope—are locally sourced, naturally dyed, and crafted from scrap materials. It's always so inspiring to me to meet with makers who are taking stuff that's already in circulation and transforming it into functional works of art.

 
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EILEEN ROCHE: DESIGNS IN MACHINE EMBROIDERY

Sharing the Craft

Mothers and daughters can lock heads when it comes time to teach sewing. In fact, in many households, the love of sewing skips a generation.  But not always.  My niece, Lindsey Zinno (daughter of my infamous stitching sister, Marie Zinno), is the proud maker and owner of The Northern Market. Lindsey created NM to provide multi-functional fiber art for the modern home and lifestyle.  Her work is sold online and in boutiques across America and Europe.  And she started this company at the ripe old age of 17 – yes, SEVENTEEN!

 
 
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FOX 19 CINCINNATI

OTR GIFT IDEAS

Anna Steffen, The Native One and Lindsey Zinno, Northern MarkeT

 
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NANCY ZIEMAN PRODUCTIONS

Rope Sewing Reinvented

My guest for this next series creates multifunctional baskets, bags, and coasters for the modern home. She learned to sew at a young age, started a business during high school, and continues to create all the projects for her business while studying Environmental Sciences at the University of Cincinnati.

 
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Her Campus

Brilliantly Bold: Lindsey Zinno

Interview by Caroline Currie with Lindsey Zinno of The Northern Market. 

 
 
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CINCINNATI REFINED

How A UC Student Took Her Love Of Handmade Goods And Turned It Into A Successful Business

Not only is she the founder of The Northern Market, but she’s also 19 years old and a full-time Environmental & Biological Science student at UC. 

And this girl is no slacker. Even as a child, she always seemed to be in create mode. From pottery to sewing, she learned it all. Eventually, her creative exploration led her to fiber art, which is now her main focus.

 
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MADE IN CINCINNATI 

Lindsey Zinno of The Northern Market — creator of simple, structural and multifunctional fiber art from cotton rope.

At just 19 years old, Lindsey Zinno is juggling a full-time course load studying environmental and biological sciences at the University of Cincinnati with her thriving independent venture, The Northern Market, a beautiful and curated line of minimalist and functional pieces made from cotton rope — everything from coasters, trivets and bread baskets to market totes and backpacks. Although she just started selling her wares last year, she's already hired part-time help and has expanded her market from local shops like Made in Cincinnati and East Walnut Hills' Your Friends & Neighbors to both coasts — California, New York, Maine — and cities in between. She's even started selling overseas, and you can find her bread baskets and trivets in high-end contemporary restaurants including the just-opened Please.
 
 
 
 
 
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WINDY PEAK VITNAGE

Getting to know the Makers with The Northern Market

 I interviewed Lindsey Zinno of The Northern Market. Lindsey creates fiber art from cotton rope that is both practical and elegant and specializes in home goods and wearables.  Every piece you receive from The Northern Market is hand made with love by Lindsey personally.
 
 
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CINCINNATI MAGAZINE

Top 5 Ways to Celebrate Small Business Saturday

#1: Cotton baskets and bags from The Northern Market(pictured), and lots of other locally made goodies

 
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FANCY! NEW ZEALAND DESIGN BLOG

Pick & Mix 

Been hunting for plant potting options this week, and I'm digging The Northern Market's rope baskets. (By American indie maker Lindsey Zinno). Would also be good for items and things and sundries.
 
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COLLEGE GREEN

Sustainable business The Northern Market and the 19-year-old behind it

 
 
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CITY BEAT

The Gift Guide 2016

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