Thursday, September 30, 2010

Vendor Profile - Poochini Whole Pet

Whether you love our leather or tapestry  line, our beautiful hand made collars and leashes are the talk of the town.  Our beds and crate pads have a following and all of our products are made in Novato, CA.  If you don't see the color or size your need....just ask, we can custom make something for you.

Check out their website here!

Vendor Profile - Eristotle

Eristotle is a one-woman operation, owned and sewn by Erin Cadd since 2009, right out of her tiny home studio in Oakland, CA.  She makes appliqued animal silhouette pillow covers and organic Ts, vintage button rings, and photo/art/card holders, all made with reclaimed fabric scraps and clothes pins, various sewn accessories - all from reclaimed sweaters and upcycled materials for the reduce-reuse-recycle that we all should pay attention to.  Special for this show only: applique mustache pillows and tees!! 

Check out her website here!

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Vendor Profile - Crooked Sister

Lauren Davis of Crooked Sister is just another crafty lady that happens to enjoy imperfections, embroidery, and all things handmade. Into the wee hours of the night, she crafts together a variety of items which include embroidered greeting cards, bow tie necklaces, and mustache accessories made from repurposed materials.

Check out her website here!

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Vendor Profile - Creative Curiosities

Creative Curiosities is the handiwork of Marla Pedersen. She creates fanciful and whimsical wares for people of all ages. Her goods are made to make people smile and enjoy the simple things in life. Items are one of a kind, unique pieces, with a touch of vintage flair, crafted while her son is sleeping!

Check out her website here!


Thursday, September 23, 2010

Vendor Profile - The Weekend Store

 The Weekend Store is the brainchild of Adjowah Brodie and makes gifts for writers, travellers, and other interesting people. They use letterpress keys, old maps, children's books and other ephemera to create a line of thoughtfully handmade jewelry.

Check out their website here!

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Vendor Profile - Bella La Vida

Bella la Vida is owned by Kristine McFarland, a Sonoma Wine Country based artist, specializing in creating pieces inspired by el Dia de los Muertos, Day of the Dead. She has always admired the reuse/repurpose, warmth and spirituality of Mexican folk art. She appreciates the Latino culture and expresses the meaning of el Dia de los Muertos through her work. By using top quality items, bold colors, and of course skulls, she creates beautiful, fun pieces to decorate your home.

Her creative inspiraton has always been her Grandmother (g.r.h.s.) who painted carousel horses in her barn to help support the family. She was a master at tatting and an all around beautiful woman. Kristine would create pieces of 'art' on her kitchen table which usually consisted of a glittery cotton ball glued to a paper plate, she told her one day people would love her creations.

Check out her website here!