Participating Vendors

 2018 participating vendors
In due time we’ll post a gallery of selected images of vendors that care to share them here on our website.

JEWELRY
Bob Carter, BC Stonewear – hand-crafted artisan stone jewelry
Beverley Diaz, Beverley’s Jewels – hand-crafted jewelry using semi-precious stones and Swarovski crystals, sterling silver, copper, brass, pewter and gun metal
Joanne Gibson and Jean LoganUncle Kitty Too – necklaces, scarves, earrings, glove sleeves, & paper clay snowmen out of salt shakers
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 ornaments (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
Lynnda Ziebol, Lynnda Ziebol Arts – handmade porcelain jewelry – unique designs for all occasions (unconfirmed for 2018)

FABRIC, YARN & MITTENS
Jennine DudaZippity Duda’s Emporium of Fabric Delights – quilts, totes, jewelry & crayon rolls, zippered pouches in many sizes, banners, stockings, gift bags, puppet theaters & other fun fabric creations
Lolita Fischer and Marlene Brodt, L&M Crafts – mittens made from recycled wool sweaters
Penny Hoffman, Penny’s Crochet Creations – crocheted animal and character hats
Deb Johnson, Debbie Lynn’s Designs – handmade holiday gift favors and candy boxes
Andy KlingenmeyerLandre Gifts – Hand dyed silk scarves and jewelry
Edith Koranda – handmade American Girl doll clothes (Saturday only)
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 – Scandinavian & northwoods embroidered towels with artisan flower buttons made of PVC pipe
Sue Parsonsquilted items including tree skirts, table runners and bed quilts
Deb Swing & Kathy Vernstrom  – kitchen towels with crocheted toppers and other crocheted items
Michele Warren, Michele’s Crafts – pet beds & toys, polar fleece mittens and slipper socks, doll clothes, “frustration dudes” and more

PHOTOGRAPHY
Sue FriesCloseUp Images – photography: aluminum photo panels, cutting boards, wavy murals, coasters
Mary Selby and Myra SmisekMary and Myra Images –  nature photography – prints, cards, bookmarks and journals

PAPER GOODS
Kelly Emerson,Sweepea Stamping– hand-crafted paper cards, ornaments, gift bags, gift boxes, and paper-altered notebooks, pens & coasters
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
Melissa Proulx, Four Paws Collage– cat and dog prints are based on original collage images; “calming hearts” (chenille heart shapes)
Valerie Swenson, Val’s Notes – holiday paper crafts including tree ornaments, gift boxes, table candy stuffers. 

POTTERY, SCULPTURE, LEATHER & WOOD
Lee Dahl,
Wood by Lee – wooden scroll-saw crafted items such as ornaments, napkin holders, trivets, jewelry boxes, pictures, etc.
Curt Heacox, Heacox’s Boxes, Etc. – wooden boxes, bowls, pens and other small items
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

FOOD ITEMS
Tommy Traxler, Faxon Farms Pure Maple Syruplocally produced pure maple syrup from their family farm in Henderson, MN
Becky Hippert and Gretchen Gallagher WeinsteinWe Be Jammin’ –  homemade jam and handmade textile items: knit washcloths, coffee cuffs, sewn rolls for misc. 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
Becca Teske, Becca Bakes– mouthwatering cupcakes for birthdays, weddings, special occasions and everyday! (Sunday only)

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS
Eleanor Ostman Aune
, Sunday Press – Always on Sunday, Revisited, a memoir/cookbook plus handknit scarves
Emily Blake
Bella Maria Creations – Handmade hair accessories and more! including mug-hugs, crochet ear warmers & headbands and Mason jar light decor
Holly Brabeck – flour sack dish towels; hanging crochet-topped; handmade soaps; decorative coasters
Jane Forliti, One Hot Mess! -wood art, photography notecards, baked goods, signs and other miscellaneous stuff
Girl Scouts Travel – raising money for a big trip! Sewn baby items, hats, mittens, scarves, etc., knitted items, stained glass, jewelry and much more
Jeff KehlMinnesota Corn Bag – corn-filled warming bags
David & Christine Kennedy, All Things Herbal– earth-friendly soaps and lotions blending herbs and botanicals from their garden
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 
Cheryl “CJ” Madsen, 2nd Chance Art – jewelry, home furnishing & seasonal items made from refurbished & repurposed objects, with a bit of whimsey added
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
Pamela VincentPamela Vincent Creations – vintage button bracelets and custom dried floral artwork