Hoarding is now a cottage industry, as shoppers try to get a jump on price gougers by snapping up staple goods by the trunk-load.
There is a cottage industry of declinists, but they have vastly overstated their case.
Since 1984, Newsweek has made a cottage industry out of its fly-on-the-wall post-election coverage of presidential campaigns.
As a result, the cottage industry of hating Barack Obama is now big business.
China bashing has become a cottage industry during this Presidential season.
Morris is notorious for fiddling his survey data, but in 2012 that became a cottage industry on the Republican side.
Pedometers and the cottage industry of smartphone-friendly wearable trackers are great for encouraging a more activity lifestyle.
So much so that judging his mental state has become a cottage industry to itself.
An acquittal will create a vacuum for those who have benefited from the cottage industry spawned by the case.
Out in the country again, going westwards, the cottage industry of weaving is apparent in nearly every cottage one sees.
[1920s+; based on the name given to the system of having piecework done at home, rather than in factories, at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution]