During COVID- we’ve been heavily promoting our farm and food businesses – but our artisans need love, too. ❤️ Since they may not be attending markets – we want YOU to know how to buy from them in other ways. We will be adding to this list as we find out more info – scroll down to see our varied list of makers! Don’t see the vendor you’re looking for? Try searching in our VENDOR DIRECTORY.
Hand silk-screened, original design clothing for kids and adults.
Margaret Neher Flameworked Glass
Flameworked glass; jewelry, scent bottles, goblets, ornaments, cake toppers and memorials.
Facebook: Margaret Neher Flameworked Glass
*The website is not set up for e-commerce, so please email Margaret with pricing and purchasing questions.
Handmade sheepskin hats, slippers, mittens, coats and vests.
Organic body care; lip balm, liquid soap, bar soap, creams, olive oil shampoo.
Facebook: Lixtik Natural Lip Balm Ithaca Soap 17th Century Suds
Under the Tree
Leather goods and pottery.
Handmade letterpress prints & postcards.
Christi A. Sobel
Fine Art, Scientific Illustration and Design: notecards, prints, etchings, paintings, calendars, coasters.
Cedar Adirondack Furniture
Outdoor furniture: arbors, picnic tables, garden benches, cherry utensils, serving dishes and unique cutting boards.
AE Wooden Toys
Handmade wooden toys.
spirit and kitsch
Paintings, sculptures, recycled painted furniture, prints.
Small batch, all-natural body care products.
Frosty Morning Jewelry
Precious metal clay jewelry and mixed media boxes.
Far Mountain Soap
Goat’s milk soap.
Easy Living Hats
Sustainable, packable, hand-crocheted hats.
Mary Michael Shelley, Folk Art
Hand-carved, wooden painted art.
Julie Crosby Pottery
Woodfired earthenware and stoneware.
Creations by Carol
Dried floral wreaths and arrangements, grown and harvested on site.
Carolina Perez Designs
Brightly colored Hawaiian shirts and other clothing accessories, including masks.
Mt. Pleasant Woodworks
Handcrafted, one-of-a-kind wooden bowls.
Facebook: Mt. Pleasant Woodworks
Instagram: Mt. Pleasant Woodworks
*The website is not set up for e-commerce, so please email Jolene to purchase.
Earth ‘N’ Fire Pottery
A pottery partnership between David Kingsbury and Renata Wadsworth.
Head and Heal
CBD products made with their own hemp.
Hand-woven and hand-dyed hammocks and hammock chairs
Handcrafted textiles with original botanical artwork