Kitchen craftologists, textile geeks, apartment therapists, and snugglers

Hanging: Felted sling and natural rope hanging lounge chair by Seattle’s Ladies and Gentlemen Studio ($1,795), Ladies and Gentlemen Studio. Table linen ($80), Bitters Co. Retro phone handset for cellphones by Moshi Moshi ($30), Far 4. Under Chair: Quilted pillow by Seattle artist Ria ($48), Kaleidoscope Vision. Pillow by Seattle artist Lily Raskind ($180), Object. Small-batch woven wool blanket ($295), Bitters Co. DwellStudio pull toy ($24), Tottini. Jonathan Adler butter dish ($58), Click! Design That Fits. Carved wood salad utensils ($29), Bellevue Arts Museum Gift Shop. Brass knot doorstop ($220), Great Jones Home. Center: Katamino wooden game ($30), Ada’s Technical Books. Brass bottle opener ($68), Kobo. Le Creuset ceramic coffee press ($60), J. F. Henry. Waring Pro blender ($100), Target. Left: Seattle-made all-natural beeswax candles ($15 and $20), Big Dipper Wax Works. Rope knot decor piece ($46), Great Jones Home. Printed tea towels by Seattle artist Jessalin Beutler ($42), Jessalin Beutler. Canvas chef aprons by Redmond’s Raw Materials Design ($36 and $40), ChefShop.com. L’Objet stainless steel vase ($525), Neiman Marcus.  Locally distilled Big Gin ($30), Captive Spirits Distillery.

Leave it to the professionals—the professional shoppers that is.

On November 13 you're invited to join some of the best retailers and artisan producers in the city at 1927 Events for Bedecked and Bejeweled, a pop-up shop and fundraiser for the Seattle Symphony.

The shop is being curated by the Shop Talk crew, and we really mean it when we say there will be something simply wonderful for everyone.

Inspired by the work we did on the brand new holiday gift guide, featured in the slide show here, the major shopportunity that is this little (actually not so little) one-night sale will feature many of the same neighborhood favoites and local stuff-makers—along with plenty surprises.

More information will follow in the days and weeks to come, but for now, stick a big red bow on your calendar for the evening of Tuesday, November 13, and figure on being done with your holiday shopping early this year.