Holiday Market Vendors

These vendors will be joining us for our Holiday Market at the White Hart. The market happens on two consecutive weekends, November 30th and December 1st and  December 7th and 8th.  If an artisan will only attend one weekend of the sale that weekend will follow their listing. Click on the company/artist to see the artists’ website or photos of their work.

Ben Evans Ceramics (Ben Evans)- Handmade functional pottery including cups, mugs, bowls, plates, serving dishes and vases (11/30 & 12/1)

BH Upcycled Designs (Mary Lynne Boisvert)- BH Upcycled Designs creates one of a kind wearable art pieces from repurposed, natural-fiber clothing.

Carol Mentos Leather– Finely hand-crafted leather handbags and accessories.
Trapunto quilted designs on the leather create a functional and unique piece of wearable art (12/7&8)

Daniel Bloch Ceramics- I’m a non-wheel potter and for the last 40 years I’ve been creating hand built ceramics and diligently trying to learn the secrets of raku. (12/7 &8)

Em & El Organics– a line of handcrafted organic skin care products designed to heal and protect your skin wherever your adventures take you. Our products are tough enough for sailors, and made for the everyday.

FCG Woodwork– Art pieces, bowls, and utensils made from local, reclaimed wood (12/7&8)

Gigi’s Attic (Lorainne Rossell)- Pillows and gifts with vintage textiles and trims.

Great Cape Baking Co.- Bakery making small batch handcrafted breads, donuts, jams and jellies.

Harlequin Farm (Rhonda Jaacks)- Small family farm raising sheep for fiber and for the table (127&8)

Shaari Horowitz– One of a kind hand painted and gilded wood items and jewelry

Hats for Homes (Virginia Bush Sutton)- Unique knit hats, each different, many amusing (11/30&12/1)

Hawks Dance Farm (Diane Creed and Damon Clift)-Hawk Dance Farm is a small sustainable heirloom vegetable farm that makes, by hand, 100% beeswax candles using only local beeswax

JEG Fiber Arts (Jill E. Gibbons)- fiber artist and print maker combining my love of textiles, printmaking and natural fibers (12/7&8)

JHG Forge Home (Jim Hurlburt) – Custom knives

JJ Jewelry Designs (Jackie Jordan)-Genuine gemstone jewelry handmade with the spiritual meanings of the stones in mind. Each piece is accompanied by a romance card outlining the spiritual meanings of the stones used to create the piece.

JK Custom Furniture and Design (Kris & Josh Kanter)- one of a kind heirloom quality cheese boards, serving trays and cutting blocks often lauded for their organic beauty and custom non-toxic finishes. (12/7&8)

Joy Newton Designs–  sustainable textiles for the home in hand silk screened linen and wool including napkins, tea towels, and heavyweight bags and other goods. (11/30&12/1)

Bianca LaPorta– handmade jewelry and cards (12/7&8)

Leslie O’Neill Designs (Leslie Sykes O’Neill)- tiny bead jewelry

Heidi Lindy & Scooter & Tanya Tedder- hooked pillows, rugs, boxes and small stools

Lisa Marie Luxury (Lisa Schaefer)- delicately blended hair, bath and body products (12/7&8)

Danielle Mailer-Part autobiographical, part mythological and spiritual, Danielle Mailer’s figures combine threads of her consciousness in a joyful explosion of pattern and color (11/30&12/1)

Meg Musgrove– hand-printed textiles and homestuffs made in Millerton, NY (12/7&8)

Pamela Harnois Art– water color paintings including animals, florals, landscapes and pet portraits. (11/30&12/1) 

Pearls/First-Flower Farm- Pearls specializes in beautiful, practical aprons for all, with an eye towards good coverage, flattering design and vintage charm

PetitFelts (Jocelyn Krodman)- high quality needle felted goods. Over the years work has grown to include mobiles, wall hangings, finger puppets, pins, felted plants and needle felting kits.  (11/30 &12/1)

The Peach Tree (Amy DiLalla)- I create natural stone jewelry with intention, allowing us to carry a piece of the earth with us, every day (11/30&12/1)

Rolling Rock Salt ( Tony Carlotto)-infused sea salts, spice blends, gift packs 

Diane Schapira– affordable handcrafted pottery

Sharon Hamilton Designs–  Zen -inspired drawings on quality canvas totes. Each a signed original! 

 Soasa Designs (Robin Sills)- Jewelry is a unique medium because it offers a thread of connection between maker and wearer, a way to recognize kindred spirits through our shared aesthetics. My work is light and airy, with sparkling, colorful stones and minimalist designs. (11/30&12/1)

Strings & Stones Of Cornwall (Jen Markow)- Toys from repurposed fabric and wool sweaters

Undermountain Weavers (Karin Gerstel)- Handwoven cotton napkins & towels, chenille scarves & wool blankets woven on 200 year old looms & our table looms

Yellow House Studio (Karin Noyes)- polymer clay jewelry and bowls