Our 2013 Vendors - Click on a vendor for more information
Richard Buford - Aldrich Farms
We are a small family farm located in Bellingham, Washington. Since our start, making jelly out of the fruit from a few backyard berry bushes, our goal has always been to make the highest quality gourmet jellies and jams available. Over the years we have added more fields, expanded production, and worked to add more variety to our product lineup, but we have never lost our focus on quality. Richard Buford, the owner of Aldrich Farms, can be found working at all hours of the day as he follows his berries from field, to jar, to market. We believe that you’ll be able to taste the difference that his passion and attention to quality makes.
We make every piece completely by hand. Each glass bead is made from Moretti glass, using a minor burner. Every bead is kiln annealed for durability. All chains are made from sterling silver and/or 14K gold filled wire that is wound, cut, opened, joined and closed by hand, link by link. The vibrant colors and sparkle of our pieces make them eye catching and fun to wear. Come see how our pieces are made - we have the raw materials and tools right on the table. We can size most items right at the market for that perfect fit!
Bolles Organic U-Pick raspberry, strawberry, and blueberry farm is a Washington State Certified Organic farm that founded in 1997 by Dr. Leo Bolles, who is a holistic MD. Come and enjoy picking delicious, fresh organic berries that will make your mouth water. We also have assorted vegetables grown organically at the farm available for sale, along with honey and jams.
Hello, I am Terri Quale of Country At Heart Designs. I love being an artist at this market! My daughter, Krista Jefferson, of Wild and Whimsical, is an artist here too. It’s a family affair!
I’m often referred to as “the placemat lady” and make reversible placemats (like two for the price of one!), napkins, wine bottle gift bags and wall hangings. I make a quality product and prewash my fabrics in warm water.
I also do decorative painting on wood and metal items such as watering cans, bird houses, mirrors, welcome signs, planters and so much more!
Beautiful colorful photography from the natural world of the Pacific Northwest to brighten the walls of your home or your office, or for a gift. Several sizes of prints, some with mats, some without. A huge selection of handmade greeting cards for every occasion.
Engayla’s Designs creates a complete look consisting of jewelry, women’s wearable art clothing, leather purses and matching reversible belts. The jewelry consists of sterling silver hand wrapped, antiqued, polished, textured, hand shaped components combined with freshwater pearls, leather and artifacts that are selected worldwide. The wearable art natural fiber clothing for women has been surface designed using silk-screens, discharging, handpainting, and immersion dyeing. Engayla’s fabrics are rich in texture, are from many different countries and have been personally selected. The hand painted and embossed cowhide leather handmade purses with matching belts complete Engayla’s look.
Forest Green Enterprises specializes in casting concrete art for the garden and home.
Pete’s art is inspired by his love for architecture and his English heritage. The English believe that a Greenman brings good luck to your garden!
We offer unique organic patinas developed in the Northwest and all of our products are sealed. Each cast piece is unique due to the natural variation in the casting process.
Check our website www.4estgreen.com for future show locations or email us at email@example.com.
Original, colorful photographs of architecture and nature captured in Europe, Latin America and the North West. My work is available in blank note cards, magnets, matted prints in different sizes from 5"x7" up to 16"x20". I also have a variety of images available in nice, rustic, colorful hand made frames and metal frames. The focus of my work is in doorways and windows which speak of lives beyond them.
This will be my 21st season at the market! My main focus now is beaded and wired jewelry. I love jewel tone colors and work in those primarily. I make all my designs myself and in the same 5 colors so that you can layer my jewelry.
I still bring the leaf print linens and some of my pottery that I’ve sold at market for the last 20 years.
I am at market most but not all Saturdays, and I hope you stop by my booth 68 when you visit the best market on the Eastside.
Heart of Dreams Alpacas is located in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains in the Seattle area of Washington state. We have five acres of rolling pastures that currently support goats, ponies, llamas and a growing herd of alpacas.
We are dedicated to the concept of breeding healthy, conformationally correct, finely fibered animals.
Our alpaca herd is a combination of geldings, bred and open females as well as youngsters and studs. We have a variety of colors, black, white, brown and even dark rose grey. Most colors are available in both suri and huacaya.
I specialize in artistic, site specific, custom designed architectural ironwork. Whether the image or concept comes from a specific period in architectural history or your own specific style/motif, the components are hand forged from raw steel to accomplish the final image. Working to develop the conceptual idea, an idea that at first may seem as illusive as smoke, but once visualized and conceived, that idea can take shape in beautiful iron work to be enjoyed for generations.
Our first orchard was established in 1928 when great, great grandfather John Holmquist planted our first orchard about 200 feet from the Canadian border. At that time we actually owned land that went into Canada, and had buildings that sat on the border. We now are Washington State’s largest grower and processor, shipping hazelnuts worldwide. Local restaurants include The Space Needle and Anthony’s. Grocery stores include Haggen’s, Top Foods, Whole Foods, Pcc and the Food Co-ops. Though we face some hurdles, we will continue to service the Pacific Northwest and beyond. If you have a hazelnut question, feel free to stop by and talk to me.
My creations consist of custom designed purses, shopping bags, over the shoulder bags, and small compact bags. They are made of 100% cotton fabric and are machine washable. I have also designed and created the perfect blanket for your pet! I call them Fat and Sassy Pet Quilts! The quilts are designed just like a regular quilt meant for people, except these are much smaller and provide the perfect place for your pet to lounge on. They make a perfect quilt to throw over the chair, couch, or even in the car. No more pet hair on your furniture!
I'm a dabbler in all kinds of crafts, but most of what you'll see at the market is my jewelry. I love bright colors and fun—almost kitschy—images and styles. Those preferences show up in what I make.
My preferred medium is resin. I especially adore seeing how it makes small images pop. I really enjoy mixing in or layering different kinds of paints and glitter (always glitter!) with resin to see what kind of effects I get.
I also love a challenge, so if you have a special project in mind, I’d love to hear about it.
Samish Bay Cheese is owned and operated by Suzanne and Roger Wechsler, along with a dedicated crew including Jim Morgan, who has been with us since our beginning, and Cheesemaker Chad Clarke. We farm about 200 acres in the northwest corner of Skagit County, Washington. On the dairy, close to Samish Bay and below Mount Blanchard and the Chuckanut Mountains, we have a mixed herd of Jersey, Milking Shorthorn, Jersey-Shorthorn crosses, Holstein, and Dutch Belted cows. Our grass-green fields of the Skagit/Samish valley are in an environment well-suited to organic farming.
We're a mom & daughter jewelry design team--eight years making jewelry together and going strong! We work mostly in natural stone & metal (copper, brass, & silver) to create one-of-a-kind works that are also comfortable and practical. Our style could be called eclectic, but is definitely distinctive. We also love to work with people on custom designs. Ask us about our designs for men. If you make jewelry, check out Sella's handmade metal components. Most weekends we'll bring our metal-working tools and demo some cold techniques--listen for the sound of hammering to find us in the market!
Twenty three years ago I arrived as a market member, bringing my thick, warm, hooded, baby bath towels, which I called Snuggle Ruggs. My, have things changed over the years. My product line has slowly expanded to include swaddling blanket sets, fleece blankets, nursing aprons, and larger Snuggle Ruggs, which will carry the infants into adulthood. Jewelry bags, hair wraps, glass hummingbird sun catchers and now golf towels. In addition to market sales I can be found by email, phone or at various shows during the year. Our market has brought many years of new friends, customers, and priceless experiences.
The Crazy Greeting Card Lady – Individually handmade greeting cards by local artisan Duniel Murillo. THE premier place to come for all your greeting card needs. The best selection of unique, locally handmade, greeting cards that you just won’t find anywhere else. If you have a special event or occasion – come see me! I offer a wonderful selection including 3-dimensional cards, quilled designs, photo cards, and Plantable Greetings! My Plantable Greetings are cards that you can plant and actually grow an exciting garden! Like my cards, my selection of Plantable Greetings is always growing. Shop my floral, herb, and vegetable designs!
The Root Connection is the oldest CSA on the west coast. Started in 1986, we grow all the chemical-free vegetables for our CSA and a good selection of produce for the farmer’s market. We grow our own veggie starts and tomato plants from seed, using varieties that perform well at our farm, so they do well in NW gardens. We are located in the Sammamish Valley, just north of Redmond and love visitors! Check our website for address and hours.
Artisan style baked goods hand crafted in small batches using the finest quality ingredients. We emphasize local & seasonal ingredients, and utilize local growers for products such as eggs, hazelnuts, lavender, herbs and produce. All of our products are produced in a dedicated gluten-free environment. Wildflour’s baked goods differ from other gluten-free products in that they have the taste and texture of traditional baked goods.
My mission is to transform the mundane and bring more play and beauty into the world. I believe that everyday objects--the things we use, wear, and surround ourselves with--can and should bring color and delight into our lives. ESPECIALLY for those of us who live in the occasionally grayer-than-gray northwest! My handblown dichroic drinking glasses bring brilliance into people’s homes and make fantastic functional gifts.
In addition to my glass art, I lead creativity and fused glass jewelry making classes for adults. And lead spring break and summer glass camps for lucky kids. See marciawiley.com for more details!
Our market is the oldest open-air market on the Eastside. Located on the western edge of Redmond Town Center, you'll find an average of 85 vendors, including farmers, nurseries, crafters, and great lunch choices.