Craft Fair 2020
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Craft Fair Community Vendor & Crafters List:
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"Our jams are unique because of our quality, locally-sourced fruits as well as because of our flavor profiles:Raspberry Rosehip Cardamom, Peach Vanilla Nutmeg and Strawberry Lemon Ginger are some of our bestsellers,which makes them one-of-a-kind gifts."
"I started making “Faberge” eggs in North Carolina in 1972 while my husband was stationed at Pope Air Force base. Eggery in the south was big back then. I learned to hinge duck eggs with doors, and put music
"I'm a multimedia artist, I paint, sew, draw, all sorts." Anneka is saving for college and would appreciate your support! She also sells prints, embroidered napkins and hand painted masks here.
"My craft is art prints predominantly made from 35mm and 120mm film images. I also sell prints in sleeves, cards, calendars and large poster style prints hung with wood rails."
Paper goods + gifts designed to bring love to the ‘everyday’.
"We start with high quality garments made by innovative American companies such as American Apparel, or Alternative Earth. We then create and cut unique designs from eco-spun felt or recycled material, layering the pieces to add interest and detail, always trying to push further and innovate. Using a sewing machine we applique on our designs adding artistic detail to each piece."
"Naturally dyed goods using local items that make permanent, beautiful colors on natural fibers. Many items are printed with real leaves to create a truly unique memento of Oregon’s beauty. Items include scarves and other accessories, pillows, baskets, and art pieces."
"For more than 15 years now, I have been making up-cycled mosaic glass windows. Using glass-factory discards and second-hand frames, recycling is at the heart of my creations."
"Gnomad soaps are created using organic, ethically sourced oils and essential oils. They are colored with natural substances including indigo root, charcoal, turmeric, and other materials found in nature."
"Gnome Werks Toys grew from my love of making toys for my own children when they were little. I love dreaming up and designing new characters.
Gnome Werks figures and toys are inspired by children's literature, and fairy tales - fantastic stories that get our imaginations moving. We strive to make open ended toys to inspire imaginative play."
"I make molded and dipped beeswax candles with local beeswax, and baby booties made with reclaimed materials."
"Hoo Hats are hatched & handmade in Portland, Oregon. Crafted from
lovingly rescued wool sweaters & lined with soft, fuzzy fleece, Hoo Hats are a witty way to warm your owlet. Every creation is completely unique & each has its own personality."
Handcrafted artisan jewelry made with gemstones, minerals, and fossils set in sterling silver and gold.
Handmade crochet creations from scarves and beanies to stuffed animals and home décor. Made from cotton, wool, acrylic, and/or polyester in a smoke-free, pet-free home, perfect for those with sensitive skin and allergies.
"Our herbal soap, creams, oils, and candles are created in small, fresh batches. We use natural, wholesome, and clean ingredients in all our products, always striving to source locally and at home."
"Features handmade functional ceramic wares, including mugs, cups, bowls,
planters, which feature muted earth tones and scenes reminiscent of a mountain, ocean, or desert landscape."
"I create FUNctional Art with my hand painted glassware: drink-ware, ornaments, and serving ware. I have a variety of designs, paint custom orders (Pet’s) and teach classes."
"Cass makes everything by hand in small batches, using locally sourced ingredients when possible. Her vast knowledge of the benefits of herb-infused oils allows her to specifically blend oils for maximum benefit."
Hand-made apparel made in small batches by Karina Potestio in Portland Oregon.
"Stationary and gifts that are painted/illustrated. Inspired by the natural world, flora and fauna and our connection to this universe and each other."
"parker + simonne designs is a woman-owned small batch clothing line modernized kimonos, tops and tunics, inspired by my dreams."
Jars of local raw honey and bee products.
"I individually hand make, wrap, package and label each perfume oil, soap, bottle of lotion and candle in my home workshop. Only the finest, natural, paraben and detergent free bases are used."
"I’m a local painter and illustrator. I sell cards, prints, and paintings."
"Rough Cut Soap Co. takes a natural and sustainable approach to skincare, incorporating the highest quality of all-natural ingredients all while protecting our environment by guaranteeing palm and plastic free items."
"Silver Willow Herbs is the result of wanting to combine all that I love doing: working with plants from the Earth up, continuing to research plants, crystals and energy systems, helping people and animals feel their best. Many of the botanical ingredients I use are harvested from my own garden or wildcrafted from areas here in the Pacific Northwest."
"Knitting, macrame, and jewelry design using natural colors and with yarn, cotton, metal, leather, wood, and clay elements to bring the piece to life. Leather and pounded metal, yarn, and macrame earrings."
"Cooking and serving utensils, hair barrettes, baby rattles and other items, made from salvaged woods."
"Household decorative and utility ceramics. I have a broad range of items ranging from decorative small ceramic ornaments, small dishes, vases, clocks, wall art and large food safe bowls and platters. I use food safe glazed and demonstrate a broad use of decoration techniques."
Weaving Together PDX
"We are originally from the Thailand - Burma border region in Southeast
Asia and are from one of the many ethnic groups in Burma. Portland is now our home and home to many Karen refugee families. We weave in the US as we did when we grew up. We are learning to share our culture through our products and every time we weave, we give ourselves the chance to carry our culture with us."
Fingerless gloves, up-cycled wool and cashmere sweaters.
Please let us know of other community vendors at PVS Craft Fairs that we may have missed.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will include them on our list!
Harvest Festival 2020
Harvest Festival was celebrated in a different way this year, but we still welcomed the fall season with gratitude and reverence of its unique beauty. Please see the links to celebrate fall with activities, crafts, and song!
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