Dana Staples - Scribble & Jot

I make high-quality hand-bound notebooks. They can be used as journals, sketchooks, photo albums, baby books, wedding guestbooks, and more! Many are map-covered and perfect for travel. They come in a wide variety of sizes, styles, and bindings including leather bound.

Visit my Etsy shop or find me on Facebook.

I will be joining the Bazaar May 1-3 and May 8-10.

Scott Rawlings - Fullgive Leather

Fullgive Leather is a collection of daily use art—ranging from simple wallets to classic leather satchels that evoke individuality and the vibe to live passionately.

Visit my Etsy shop or find me on Facebook.

I will be joining the Bazaar May 8-10.

Nikki Melquist - Nikki Lorraine

Nikki Lorraine consists of eclectic handcrafted jewelry and accessories for both women and men. This collection is a combination of funky with chic, & raw with classy which makes each piece special and unique.

Visit my website or find me on Facebook.

I will be joining the Bazaar May 1-3.

Lauren Harrison - Pitter Patter Shop

I am inspired by bright, fun colors. I make all sorts of baby goodies, including, genuine leather moccasins, cloth baby booties, leggings, jumpers, appliqued onesies, and bibs. I also make play teepees, and other imaginative play items. Everything I make is comfortable, durable, and has been tested and perfected on the two littles I have running around my own home.

Visit my Etsy shop here.

I will be joining the Bazaar May 1-3.

Timothy Buck - Ravensmoon

I make a variety of items, and I endeavor to put as much reused, repurposed materials as possible. I believe we throw too much good, useful stuff away. My work is me doing my part to minimize that!

Visit me on Etsy or Facebook.

I will be joining the Bazaar- December 12-14.

Quinn Peterson - qp collections

We have handmade neckties from recycled fabric.

Each tie is of a limited run, and the packaging indicates how many we made of your specific fabric.

Many of the fabrics are hand painted, or stamped.

Many of the fabrics are imported or recycled.

We also have recently grown into leather, providing unique wallets and bags.

Visit us here or Etsy or Facebook or instagram @qpcollections.

We will be joining the Bazaar- December 5-7.

Noak Kershisnik - Made by Knoahk

I make leather goods such as wallets, bags, and cases for electronics, as well as custom leather goods.

Visit me here or follow on instagram @knoak.

Sterling Larsen - Brenster Occasions

All Brenster Occasions products are lovingly crafted by a furloughed Washington bureaucrat. In my newly-found spare time post-sequestation, I've fashioned everything from Gucci gift bags to Toyko subway maps into one-of a kind journals and sketchbooks. I believe everyday is an occasion and like making recycled cards that are simply un-throw-away-able. While stationery is my forte, don't be surprised if I throw in some party favors and trimmings, cuz life can always use a bit of bling.

Find Brenster Occasions here.

Madi McQueen - MKM Handiwork

Leather jewelry/accessories. I love using natural with neon, organic with synthetic, and modern with rustic. Opposites really compliment each other when working with these materials and it is so fun pushing the limits with this stuff! My leather work is my newest love.

Fabric covered button jewelry/accessories. Happy colorful classy and vintage. This was my first love that brought me into the creation world for business 5 years ago.

Leah Hall - aestusgear

My name is Leah Hall and I make minimalist leather goods; wallets, camera straps, harmonica cases, dopp kits. All of my products are handcrafted from veg-tan leather which develops a beautiful patina with age. Find Leah here.

Anna Macfarlane - Angela Henrie Studio

Almost twenty years ago, Angela Henrie was painting and selling furniture to pay for the supplies needed to make quality jewelry for her daughters. She couldn't find any jewelry for children that wasn't plastic and cheap. And her girls needed crystals and pearls!

It didn't take long for her children's jewelry to outsell her furniture--and Angela had found her calling in life. She began making unique, one-of-a-kind pieces for adults, too, and the Angela Henrie Studio brand was born.

She asked her sister, Anna to join forces because two brains were better than one. We are proud to produce the most unique and well-made jewelry you can find.

Our jewelry is fabricated in sterling silver, pearls, and semi-precious stones. Our leather and lace cuffs are a nod to the feminine but tough fashion that has been all over the Paris runways. Angela Henrie jewelry has been sold in Saks Fifth Avenue, Fred Segal (Melrose), and various unique boutiques. It has also been featured in many magazine publications, including InStyle Magazine (Madonna bought an Angela Henrie necklace for her daughter. Yes, THE Madonna).

Find Anna Here.

Susan Petersen | Freshly Picked

This year I am making moccasins, pillows, bags, skirts, pants, wallets, + leather goods. Visit me here.