Although the 2020 Artisans Show is cancelled due to Covid-19, you can purchase directly from your favorite crafters this year. Check the list below to find your favorite vendor and their contact information.
Paul Venice, Vinny’s Vehicles, firstname.lastname@example.org, handmade oak and walnut vehicles for all ages;
Virginia Bowman, B’Spoke, email@example.com, handmade purses, backpacks, and totebags;
Beatrice Silvia, Bea soapy, firstname.lastname@example.org, handmade goat soap, specialty soaps, body products;
Anne Aussant, Annetiques, email@example.com, handmade fabric snowmen;
Paula Abbatessa, The Crate Cottage, firstname.lastname@example.org, repurposed authentic cranberry crates into household furnishings;
Dianne Freed, New England Seasons, email@example.com, antiques, vintage goods,
Pat Maxwell Snowpeople; Catherine Oliver, Woodland Woolies,
Pamela DeYoung, It’s About Paint, firstname.lastname@example.org, theorem painting, an historical art form;
Elaine and Scott Leite, White Head Island Fish Company, email@example.com, handmade Nordic mittens, baskets, folk art fish, rope doormats, jewelry;
Jill Murphy, Eclecticity, firstname.lastname@example.org, handmade primitive, decorative, painted, repurposed home décor;
Julie LeTourneau, J L Ribbon Gear, email@example.com, handmade ribbon accessories and gifts;
Elizabeth LeBlanc, Greystone Farm Heart and Tole, firstname.lastname@example.org, seasonal decorative paintings on wood;
Susan Carpenter, Winterfolk, email@example.com, handmade decorative cloth “snow” people.
Wendy Goldsmith, Wendy Goldsmith Pottery, firstname.lastname@example.org, wendygoldsmithpottery on instagram. Pottery inspired by nature interpreted by imagination.
Linda Grundy, Crafty Creations, email@example.com. uniquely handcrafted wreaths, swags, baskets and holiday ornaments.
Angie McGovern, Jarpwood and Sewn Creations, Jarpwood@aol.com, country wooden stars, hearts, and seasonal items.
Becky Webster, 508 669 5042, country holiday ornaments.