Our Artisans and Vendors
"Phil started beekeeping in 2011 after searching for answers with vegetable garden issues. In his search it turned out the problem was lack of pollination and lack of honey bees. Bees did help the garden, but then realized the problem with trying to save the bees from dying. · Now 10 + years late,r beekeeeping is a challenging, needed hobby and Phil maintains aprox 12 colonies, makes nucs for sale, makes new queens year to year and sells raw honey and wax. He also mentors other new beekeepers
"Elizabeth has been dyeing and creating amazing fiber products since 2011 when she got her first alpacas and Teeswater sheep. She utilizes vintage knitting machines to produce hats and cowls from her own hand dyed yarn."
Knot to Pot
"After closing my wood shop in 2020 we wanted to continue to use our passion for art. We started designing and making Christmas cards and something I really enjoy are the custom gift tags. Using water colors, art pens and many other supplies we again create one of a kind items. Everything is hand sewn, custom made for your gift giving occasions in our smoke free studio. We have one of a kind unique things that will warm your heart and bring the comfort of Christmas to your home."
"Hoosier Barnwood uses a variety of wooden materials to create unique items. Items are made from reclaimed Carroll County barns and trees cut and milled from the local area. The newest addition to our crafting is our CNC machine which allows us to personalize items."
"Popcorn Cafe. Owner Grace Jones brought this fun little shop to Kokomo and Howard County. Using quality ingredients is our standard." 🍿 Popcorn Cafe will be with us on Saturday & Sunday.
"Christina Baldwin is a local photographer who specializes in family photography at a reasonable price with over 5 yeas of experience. She loves to capture today's season of life for tomorrows memories. She has been doing product photography and has an Etsy shop for mock photos for over a year now, as well.
Sherry Temby has created her own world of color & it lives at the end of her fingertips. Through acrylic pour painting she found a unique world of abstract beauty. Sherry has been interested in creativity and art since she was a young child. This accomplished oil painter has a newfound joy in the acrylic abstract world. Join her and wander through her new brightly colored adventure
"Kathryn Smith has been painting since 2007. She enjoys working with oil and acrylics, but has taken an interest in creating personalized silhouette portraits using ink. She received her Bachelor's in Education from IU Kokomo in 2009 and worked as a Secondary Ed. Art Teacher for several years before deciding to stay home with her two young daughters as a homemaker and freelance artist. She is currently pursuing her Master's in Art from University of Indianapolis."
"After earning a BA in art at IU in Bloomington, IN, Sharon Owens began a long term love affair with glass when she took a flame working class at Purdue in 1979. This led her to study in Florida, Illinois, Seattle, North Carolina , Germany, and Italy. As a Lafayette, IN native, Sharon Owens wanted the opportunity to share her passion, so she opened Inspired Fire Glass Studio and Gallery in 2002. Sharon promotes over 30 local artists and the studio offers an incredible place to work.
"Amy Quinn is a 57 year vintage self taught welder . In her art she hopes inspires people to look past the object and see the true insides of the piece. For there is more to life than just what you first see."
"Cara has been crafting for as long as she can remember. She enjoys all kinds of crafts and creating new things, but fell in love with paint pours when she started in 2018. Each painting has a mind of it’s own as it’s being poured and drying, which makes the process interesting and fun."
"Welcome to Heavenly Homemade! We’re Kate and Jordan, a mother/daughter team living in Flora, Indiana who have a passion for creating high quality handmade products for all of your pampering needs! Heavenly Homemade has been handcrafting products since 2020!"
"I love to draw and paint. I am a vendor for Kokomo and Russiaville’s farmers market. I am a mom of three and a nana to my favorite little guy. My only grandson. I have pet chickens, ducks, geese and turkeys and one spoiled little dog."
Stone Spun Yarns
“As a lifelong knitter, Marcia Stone became interested in spinning her own yarn several years ago. Under her Stone Spun label, she sells hand-dyed, hand-spun natural fiber yarns as well as knitted, felted and woven items at markets, on Etsy – and at Handspun in Irvington.