Katie Blake | Katie Dean

I make handmade lotions and body butters. I have hand pumps, jars, and travel sizes available. I am currently working on some holiday fragrances for Christmas. I'm also hoping to have holiday air fresheners ready for the show as well. Visit me here...

Jen Wakeland & Heather Van Dam | Squackdoodle

We make reworked home decor items such as upcycled metalware, feltidermy, clocks, paper mobiles, garlands, flower vase plaques, teapot sets/ceramics, wall decor, table decor, coasters, door stoppers, etc.  To liven up our line for this season, we are offering 10 new feltidermy animals and a whole new ceramic line with kitschy detailed decals.  (Think Lionel Richie, Mr. "Tea" teapots, Harry Potter, Bob Ross, Betty White, etc.)  And lastly, a crowd favorite, new animal themed paper mobiles! Visit us here...

Natalie Psuik | Garden Variety

I specialize in making quirky paper goods and hand-printed patterns. Patterns and textures will vary from linocuts, hand-marbling, and giclee prints.

Nicole Melquist | Nikki Lorraine

I would classify my collection as eclectic handcrafted jewelry. I derive my inspiration from Native American culture and aesthetic, but I put a classy, modern twist to it for an everyday look and wear. Mediums and materials are typically brass, leather, feathers and crystals. I mash these up to create beautiful, unique accessories that I hope will make every woman feel beautiful and special. My artistic philosophy: Creating something beautiful out of plain raw materials. I have harbored that philosophy since childhood, and I get so much joy out of a wearable finished product!

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Suzanne Holifield | Sorry Clementine

I make unique handmade clothing that is individually designed and sewn so each piece is completely one of a kind. I mainly use soft and stretchy fabrics so everything I make is super comfy, in addition to being totally cute and fun to wear. My handmade items include shirts, hoodies, and dresses. I also have a fun printed line of clothing with cute designs like owls, seahorses, birdcages, jackelopes and more!

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Molly Fehr | Skitterfinch Studio

My high fire porcelain pottery emphasizes graceful lines and a sense of balance within functional pieces. I focus on teabowls with a soothing palate of sophisticated glaze colors. I also alter thrown jars into animal shapes, so far bears and owls with more creatures coming soon. In addition to wheel thrown bowls and lidded vessels, I hand build small birds with detailed surface embellishment. These birds fit perfectly in the palm of your hand and each is carefully finished to be pleasing to touch as well as to admire.

When not playing in the mud, I crochet and embroider small decorative items.

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Nikki Jackson

I make stained glass decor for your home and fun ornaments for your tree! Lately, I have been making all kinds of funky owls that can be hung year round.

Tami Thornton | Beehive Soap and Body Care

I make handcrafted cold process soaps in a lovely array of fragrances for men and women of all ages! I also make a fabulous lotion bar (in assorted fragrances), lip balm, wash cloths, and (NEW items) luxurious bath salts (dead sea salts, great salt lake salts, epsom salts, dendritic salt, baking soda, goat milk powder, fragrance... all blended together for one fabulous soak!) and wedding favors (two DARLING love bird soaps in a muslin bag stamped with two love birds, and tied up with bakers twine!)

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Jill Swensen | Yarrrn

From the top of your head to your toes, Yarrrn can adorn it all. Hats and scarves made from the softest bamboo and wool. Adorable little monsters knit in bold colors. Granny pendants for your inner hipster. Even our washcloths are cool. When you buy a product fromYarrrn, you're promised woven awesomeness. Visit me here...

Jennifer Reed | 3dotters

I like to make whimsical unique items using a lot of vintage materials and found objects. For the Winter show I will be making jewelry, party hats, wreaths, special gift items and I'd like to bring some vintage ephemera to sell. I am working on a few other ideas. I want to bring fun, unexpected and unique things to the show. Is it possible to bring a few furniture items? Visit me here...

Monica Dennis | MDSparks

I create handmade jewelry.  My new winter collection incorporates many re-purposed vintage brooches and earrings!  As always, there will be lots of variety...unique/steampunk, antique/vintage, and feminine/floral pieces. Visit me here.

Tonya Vistaunet

I make one-of-a-kind Christmas Tree Skirts and Christmas Stockings out of vintage and retro fabrics. I love to use vintage trims, rick rack, and pom-poms. This year I will have some great new designs made from vintage afghans and some terrific ornaments too! Come and get an original no one else will have.

Madi McQueen | MKM Handiwork

Fabric Covered Button Jewelry; bracelets, various sizes of stud and dangle earrings,hair pins, head bands, pony and piggy tail holders, necklaces, magnets, and these really great picture frames that hold 16-80 buttons for a unique home decoration piece.  Leather belts and belt buckles. Simple leather necklaces that hold one imperfect pearl or one piece of turquoise. Visit me here...

Suzi Bates | Just Be

I make fun unique purses and skirts ( and slips) for women and girls. A little bit of romance and vintage cool.  I use a lot of velvet , trims and lace. And of course some sort of applique thrown in for good measure. Visit me here.

Eve Napierski | Evie Ivy Overstreet

my little watches have always been my best seller & there will be more color combos than ever! i will also be bringing upcycled picture frames, some holiday banners, a few diaper/wipe/changing pad wraps, and the coolest gift for boys & guys (and really cool chicks)- moustache cowls! Visit me here...

Megan Whittaker | Noisette

I make sweet treats such as French macaroons, marshmallows, chocolates, and hot chocolate sticks-perfect for the cool weather! I use all natural ingredients and love trying new flavors. I put my heart into everything I make. yummy... Visit me here...