Participating Vendors

Below is a list of the 2017 participating vendors that have signed up so far. Please note that the description of their goods is what we published on this page last year; things might have changed for this coming sale so we’ll update this list accordingly in due time.

Bob Carter, BC Stonewear – handcrafted artisan stone jewelry
Beverley Diaz, Beverley’s Jewels – handcrafted jewelry using semi-precious stones and Swarovski crystals, sterling silver, copper, brass, pewter and gun metal
Joanne Gibson and Jean GugsaUncle Kitty Too – necklaces, scarves, earrings, purses (casino, handbags, etc.), glove sleeves, knitted eternity scarves 
Jolene Hardy, Funky Monkey Girls – one of a kind handcrafted jewelry, including hand cut, torched, and/or folded copper pieces
Kathy JensenCrayzikat Jewelry – handmade jewelry using silver, copper and brass metals with semi-precious stones, hardware store parts, and other embellishments
Sharon Kirkland – Copper jewelry holders & displays; beaded and/or stitched jewelry; beaded holiday accessories and ornaments
Nicole Mautz, CAPtivating Designs Jewelry – key rings, money clips, pins, one of a kind necklaces, Christmas ornament (vintage light bulb reflector)
Jon Schoonmaker, Schoonmaker Enterprises – earrings & necklaces: dreamcatcher, bead & stone, Swarovski cut-glass crystal; and Santa necklaces
Vicki and Rita Vipond – unique and individually designed jewelry made from natural materials (stone & shell beads), glass beads and assorted metals including sterling silver

Jennine DudaZippity Duda’s Emporium of Fabric Delights – quilts, totes, jewelry & crayon rolls, banners, stockings, gift bags, puppet theaters & other fun fabric creations
Lolita Fischer and Marlene Brodt, L&M Crafts – mittens made from recycled wool sweaters
Deb Gartner & Kathy Vernstrom  – kitchen towels with crocheted toppers and other crocheted items; handmade cards; gem lights
Penny Hoffman, Penny’s Crochet Creations – crocheted animal and character hats
Deb Johnson, Debbie Lynn’s Designs – handmade headbands and scarves (knit and crochet), greeting cards, gift bags, party favors, candy favors
Andy KlingenmeyerLandre Gifts – Hand dyed silk scarves and jewelry
Edith Koranda – handmade American Girl doll clothes
Sue Kvidera, Jen Kvidera-Lentsch, and Mary Ellen Murray – wide variety of crocheted and sewn items such as afghans, blankets, technology sleeves, tote bags & more
Michelle Nuwash – quilts, fleece blankets, placemats
Donna Olson, Prairie Orchard – appliquéd & embroidered novelty towels with artisan flower buttons made of PVC pipe
Judith Payne, Judy’s Fiber Arts Studio – handwoven items from natural fibers including table linens, scarves, towels; hand knit & crocheted items; stained glass & more
Debbie Schunk, Wicked Stick Sisters – handmade fiber work: scarves, hats, mittens, boot toppers, dishcloths
Michele Warren, Michele’s Crafts – pet beds & toys, polar fleece mittens and slipper socks, doll clothes, and more

Sue FriesCloseUp Images – photography – aluminum photo panels, cutting boards, photo cell phone cases, ceramic tile tables, greeting cards
Mary Selby and Myra SmisekMary and Myra Images –  nature photography – prints, cards, bookmarks and journals

Raju LamichhaneRaju’s Arts – collage art made from local newspapers and magazines; greeting cards
Amy Petterson – handmade cards, paper crafts, gift card holders, calendars, scrapbook pages, frames and more
Valerie Swenson, Val’s Notes – holiday paper crafts including tree ornaments, gift bows, table candy stuffers.

Angela Marlette, Blue Ox Stoneware – stoneware pottery: home/garden/gift items that are microwave and dishwasher safe – mugs, bowls, birdfeeders, planters, etc.
Joan Rydberg – hand-sculpted dolls. (she’ll be demonstrating her craft)
Doug Swanson, Triple S Woodcrafts – handcrafted wood items that are turned on a lathe, including bowls, bottle openers, and wine stoppers

Becky Hippert and Gretchen Gallagher WeinsteinWe Be Jammin’ –  homemade jam and handmade textile items including knit washcloths, sewn coffee cuffs, sewn rolls for markers/crochet supplies, and hair binders from vintage buttons
Carol J. Lessard, The Pickled Pantry – canned goods, including jam, chutney, salsa, pickles, marinara, etc.
Andrea Pesses, Groveland Confections – gourmet handmade chocolates from scratch, made from the finest ingredients

Emily BlakeBella Maria Creations – Handmade hair accessories and more! Hair and pin accessories for babies, kids and adults plus handmade pocket scarves
Holly Brabeck – flour sack dish towels; handing double-sided kitchen towels; dish rags; scrubbies; handmade soap; candy cane bath salts
Jane Forliti, One Hot Mess! -wood art, photography notecards, baked goods, signs and miscellaneous deco-art (vases, etc.)
Girl Scouts Travel – raising money for a big trip! Sewn baby items, hats, mittens, scarves, etc., knitted items, stained glass, jewelry and much more
Kate Heuer – mason jar solar lights; etched mason jar candle holders; Christmas ornaments
Jeff KehlMinnesota Corn Bag – corn-filled warming bags
Guylaine Lescarbeau, Chez Encore – various redesigned & up cycled items making an “encore” for your home and garden…from gift cards to unique wreaths & anything in between 
Becky Maguire, A³ Designs – pedestal plates; pin cushions created from vintage ceramic pieces; Minky scarves; and magnets
Jolene Metty, Black Horse Candle Co. – handmade soy candles plus recycled cork items such as ornaments, animals, trivets, etc.; hand embroidered towels
Roseville Historical Society, Bake Sale and More! – raising funds to help preserve the history of our city
Pamela VincentPamela Vincent Creations – vintage button bracelets and custom dried floral artwork
Laura Voth, Something Borrowed – rustic, cabin, & MN seasonal decor; custom designed clothing; arm knitted & hand sewn scarves; MN gifts; sequin mittens; new-born headbands