Proprietor Binko Chiong-Bisbee selects artisan-made goods (fine housewares, accessories, and paper goods) with some Japanese flair. Cylindrical Bowls, $340 The minimalist set will suit your artsy mother-in-law. Crafted from white porcelain, the duo nest inside one another and pull double duty for salad and dessert. Desktop Calendar, $24 For the artist currently working a desk job, local letterpress team Benjamin Paul depicts retro amusement rides (the graceful loops of a Ferris wheel, carousel, and the Octopus) in monthly formation. Onesie, $22 Dress the hipster’s little rascal in an adorable outfit bearing Matthew Porter’s peg-legged, gun-totin’, mustachioed pirate monkey. In black, of course. Berry Dish, $16 The glazed white porcelain raspberry container will keep things fresh (and whimsical) for farmers market fans. Collapsible Shopping Bag, $10 For your greener-than-thou little sis, a reusable tote offers a stylish solution to her plastic bag protest. Colorful carryalls tuck into themselves and can heave up to 25 pounds. Kobo at Higo, 604 South Jackson Street, International District (206-381-3000). We’re doling out more holiday advice with gift guides for techies, kiddos, and the impossible to please (hello, Mother-in-Law). Get these and other festive tips on our holiday site.