MossHound designs

Nicole Hemmerly of Fayetteville, North Carolina enjoys what she does! When she isn’t doing Yoga you can find her out hiking. She loves to find the perfect piece of driftwood for her macramé pieces. All items are handmade out of the softest, sturdiest 100% cotton rope made in the USA. They are carefully crafted using […]

Soni And Socks

Kimberly Colagioia owner of Soni and Socks Place, creates at her kitchen island because as she puts it…”she likes to be in the middle of things”…. Kimberly’s creations include handmade Christmas Ornaments and home decor items such as etched glassware, picture frames, custom kitchen canisters and much more! Kimberly says she has always loved crafting […]

Haahr Manor

Welcome a brand  crafter!! Megan of Haahr Manor Coasters has only been in business 2 months!! She comes to the group from Springfield, MO. She has been married for 5 years and they have an 8 month old son. She uses ceramic tiles, acrylic, mod podge, card stock, scrapbook paper, heat resistant paint, cork and […]

Homespun Gifts and Bakehouse

Welcome to Homespun Gifts and Bakehouse! Located in the beautiful state of South Carolina, Cheryl Boudreau brings you antiques that she has repurposed into holiday or daily décor. She likes to work with glass, wood, clay, metal and dried products.   In her spare time, she likes to spend time with her husband of 31 years, […]

Backyard Patch Herbs

How would you like to have your own herb garden! Well that is exactly what Marcy of Backyard Patch Herbs has! Since 1996 she has been growing and drying herbs on her 3/4 herb garden. With these herbs she makes Cooking Blends, bath items and Herb Teas.   These are suitable for cooking, relaxing baths, teas […]

Fox Den Soaps and Crafts

Patricia Fox and Fox Den Soaps and Crafts! Welcome to the Fox Den….in the wonderful state of Alaska!!! There they make a great variety of soaps and other bath and body products. Patty uses the best products, mostly natural with fragrance oils from a very trusted company. These wonderful products are designed to get you […]

A Little Bit of Trivia….

A little bit of trivia…. Did you know that over 1700 years ago, the Chinese developed solid ink, in the form of sticks or cakes? They used soot and animal glue to produce it. They then shaved off bits of it and mixed them with water, to produce instant ink whenever they had to write […]

Prim Folk Artists: Who are they and what do they do?

A recent opportunity to meet a local Folk Artist and see her Shop prompted a search of Colonial Folk Art. Having very little knowledge of Colonial Artists, I desired a better understanding of the art she is creating and wanted learn more about the Folk Art of that period.  To begin it is necessary to […]