Here’s a bone to pick.
What: Local handbag designer Samantha Abedin’s budding biz sells dog bones made from limited-edition textiles in happy hues.
Why: They’re all green (as in recycled fabric).
When: Tues.-Thurs., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Fri. & Sat., 11 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sun., noon-5 p.m.
Where: Green Pet, 315 N. Bishop Ave. (214-942-6042).
Amanda Sterett Breast Cancer Collection
What: The Dallas jewelry designer debuts a ten-piece line ($80-$340) of earrings and necklaces accented with rosy stones (pink opal, quartz, garnet) and named after women who have battled the disease.
Why: Twenty percent of proceeds supports the cause.
When: You’re tickled pink.
Where: Online at amandasterett.com.
What: Yarn-and-needle mastermind Wenlan Chia’s cozy knits adorned with whimsical creatures for up to 60 percent off.
Why: Stock up on Twinkle Home’s quirky but sweet sheets while you’re at it.
Where: Online at swirl.com.
What: Hip, hybrid fabrinery — custom paper goods and invites backed on fashion-forward textiles — crafted by SMU grad Heather Centurioni.
Why: The hefty cards amazingly need no extra postage.
When: They get your stamp of approval.
Where: Online at hbdesigns.net.
Mission to the Sea
What: A just-released, chill album with Latin and jazz influences by local musician Decker Sachse (think Feist and Vampire Weekend).
Why: You crave the sea.
When: You wanna tune in.
Where: Online at missiontothesea.com.