Category Archive: Handcrafted Items

Vineyard’s Edge – Will & Tambra Buford

Vineyard’s Edge offers a collection of goodies for you including Goat Milk soaps and lotion.   Things for your precious pups, including specialty dog treats with grain free, gluten free, and wheat free options.   You can also find things for your home including reclaimed wood signs, tea towels, and tea towel ladders.

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Gailigami – Gail Gallagher

Gail first became interested in Origami when she was searching the internet for a wreath for her front door. She came across one for sale on a website and thought, “I wonder if I could make one like that?” She began searching for instructions on folding paper wreaths and found that she really enjoyed making …

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Natural Satchels – Sue Anderson

A life-long knitter, Sue enjoys writing her own patterns and creating new designs for her bags. She sells hand knit purses and bags, market bags, telephone cases.  All her bags are fully lines and many even have zippers!

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This-N-That – Becki Emmons

Variety is the spice of life. Becki sells crochet all types of items such as pillow cases, jar cozies, totes, mandalas, water bottle carriers, hats, nose warmers, and flower pot cozies. She also has leather wrist bands and key chains, fresh herbs, and other seasonal items.

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Purple Door Studios – Leslie Reim Zarnowski

Purple Door is a small studio where one of a kind pottery pieces are created. Most pieces are food, oven, and dishwasher safe. The essential oils are 100% pure, natural and undiluted. They are true professional quality, therapeutic essential oils.

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Double Trouble – Nancy Bulloch & Ellen Blair

Imagination is the fountain of youth.  We are young at heart and in spirit.  Nancy and Ellen offer a variety of things for sale in the Curb Market.  From garden hose wreaths, suncatchers, tie-dye t-shirts, barn quilts to cork art and even calligraphy you are sure to find a unique treasure!

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Water Colors by Joanne – Joanne McMillen

Joanne retired here in 2005 and has always enjoyed drawing and painting.  She draws her inspiration from nature and animals.  Come check out her water color paintings, oil paintings, and cards.

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Harvey, Brenda–Dried Flowers

As a child I came to the market with my grandmother, Ethel Davis.  She began with her dad, James H. Hyder, in the first Curb Market.  She grew flowers, Plants and made dried flower arrangements using peppergrass, rabbit tobacco and yarrow.  Here in the market she sold dozens of arrangements each market day I have …

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Taylor, Edith–Aprons

Edith Taylor has been bringing her aprons  to the Curb Market for over 40 years.  Although she is now in a nursing home, she still sews aprons and sends them with her son, David, to sell.

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Hollifield, Trudy–Crocheted Items & Produce

Trudy Hollifield is a fourth generation Curb Market vendor.  She started coming with her grandparents forty years ago and has had her own table for six years.  She sells next to her mother. On her table, you will find crocheted products, heirloom tomatoes and honey.

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