Meet our vendors at the Open Barn & Country Market
Fred is a 6th Generation Cabinetmaker, using scroll saw since age 9, retired and now a hobbyist selling amazing bowls and scroll work at markets and craft shows. Jan is the organizer of the business and Fred's biggest fan.
Karen of Forgar Creations makes delightful wire work in copper and artistic silver wire. She also uses beads crystals and semi precious stones. Karen does some custom work. No two pieces are the same, each one hand crafted. Each piece of jewelry she makes is a piece of art.
This summer she has branched out in to home and garden decor.
You can find more of her work on https://www.facebook.com/Forgar-Creations-505689462782278/e and instagram at Forgar_Creations10
Linda & Phyllis Caswell of Sister Acts create crafts for all occasions. They have been quilting, sewing, knitting & crocheting beautiful handmade items for many years; they have been part of the local craft show scene since 1998.
Their product includes quilting and sewing - runners, place mats, baby and full size quilts, adult bibs, potholders, and a full range of baby needs. They also have knit scrubbies and dishcloths.
These ladies aren't on facebook so you will have to come to the Open Barn to see how wonderful all of their items are.
Caddyshack Creative - Lori's items are always unique. Whimsical knitted and crocheted animals, pocket sized gnomes and cartoon characters, hand crafted golf head racks, for hats or shoes, hand crafted golf head covers, dioramas and mobiles, all with her own personal touch of whimsy. As part of our local knitting group I wait anxiously each week to see her latest creation.
You can check her items out on http://etsy.me/2tzgeXU