Crown Point Alpacas is all about fiber, harvested from my own alpaca herd and flock of sheep. I am a fiber artist, using homegrown fiberts to create handwoven rugs, hooked ruck. I sell fiber by the batt, roving and skein. … Continued
Hanndsewn purses, hand painted cards, scarves, jewelry and magnets and paintings
Whimsical, forest-inspired creatures crafted by the needle felting, Gnomes, sheep, rabbits, mushrooms, and seasonal items including Santas, pumpkins, leprechauns, and more. Needle felting is the technique of taking un-spun wool and jabbing (poking) it with a special barbed needle to … Continued
Frog Hollow Farms is a small farm in Hubbardton, VT that focuses on growing heirloom produce, creating specialty gourmet foods, handmade crafts and bath & body products. All of our items are eco-friendly, organic, and sustainably produced. What we can’t source … Continued
Ceramics, Crafts, Pine Straw Baskets, Personalized items, Seasonal Coasters and Welcome Signs From June through Labor Day in September
Hand Blown Formed glass, Drinking Glasses,Bowls Pitchers,Hanging Glass Balls, Marbles, and Terrariums.
Wood Products, Butcher Blocks, & Cutting Boards Hand Crafted by Eric Oesterle was officially started in July 2010. I have been building wood products and furniture for many years. I decided to start trying out the local farmers markets and craft … Continued
Variety of sizes and styles of bibs- from infancy to adult. Cynthia started her home business in the early 1980’s and has sewn more than 60,000 items.
Reversible, fleece dog coats to keep your furry friend cozy and warm.
Crochet & fleece blankets, quilted market bags, produce bags, various other handmade items
Raised and Harvested in Rutland Vermont Bison Meat: Chili, Meatloaf, Burgers and jerky Eggs: Chicken, Quail and Duck eggs Whole duck, quail, pheasant Venison Pies: from our own fruit trees Crocheted hats and scarves
Felting since 2009, Sara uses both needle felting and wet felting techniques to make ornaments, faux plants, small sculptures, jewelry, and scarves.
Hand sewn and knit items including felted Boiled Wool Bag.Hipster Bags, Pot Holders, chair/couch bags, aprons, quilts crocheted items. Handmade books, pottery by my daughter Rachel and much more….. I also offer drop off/pickup for sewing repairs, hemming and zippers
Functional pottery, mugs and bowls; saw dust fired pottery; ceramic bird houses; ceramic sculptures of Santas and Gnomes; ceramic ornaments. Using the influences of Vermont, Stone Creek Pottery crafts pieces that reflect the peace and tranquility of our beautiful state.
Functional and esthetic POTTERY Every other week at the Summer Market
Quilted art and fabric pictures. My business is woven from the generations of my family. The threads of my skill and love of sewing reach back to my mother and beyond to my grandmother, a seamstress in the early 1900’s. … Continued
Rustic wood products: bowls, tables and utensils. Every other week at the Summer Market