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Top Pot 's new cookbook recently showed up on the Seattle Food Geek's list of holiday gifts worth giving, but Jess Thomson - the food

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Crafty Local Gifts for Food Lovers

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Top Pot's new cookbook recently showed up on the Seattle Food Geek's list of holiday gifts worth giving, but Jess Thomson - the food writer and recipe developer who collaborated with the Klebeck Brothers on Hand-Forged Doughnuts: Secrets and Recipes for the Home Baker - isn't finished dreaming up potential presents for the season.

Thomson and papercut artist Hannah Viano have created a set of illustrated cards featuring recipes for classic wintry dishes including squash soup, beet salad and onion-fennel jam. But the charming notecards are just one of many locally-created crafts suitable for food-themed gift giving. Here, courtesy of Etsy, we present a few more Seattle-made gifts appropriate for food lovers. And if you like what you see, act fast: Many of the items are one-of-a-kind originals.

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Bi Bim Bap necklace, $10, Tonija Atomic

No word on whether a pendant can keep you toasty in cold weather, but this miniature bowl of egg-topped rice is awfully cute.

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Fortune cookie hair clips, $5, Carrie Mood

Mood makes felt bacon pins, felt sushi hair combs and these felt hair clips, which would surely bring compliments, if not good luck.

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Hamburger t-shirt, $32, Karl Addison

An all-natural burger of a different sort, this sandwich is printed on an organic tee.

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Corn pendant, $8, Nakisha

Nakisha salvages images from vintage books, including this vignette of a boy who's been staring down a steaming corncob for nearly a century.

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Tea towel, $14, SundayDriveDesigns

Eating all you can tends to be a messy proposition, so it's always handy to have a tea towel.

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Fruit and vegetable print, $25, Pixel & Post

An entry in the "Friendly Little Reminders" series, these pears and beets are ready to help usher seasonal gluttons back to sensible eating habits.

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"I Love Farmers Markets" pin, $1, Annabelleistic

For market shoppers who are especially smitten with their vendors, Annabelleistic also offers an "I Love Farmers" button.

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