Spring 2014 Vendors
AdaArt is a collaboration of husband and wife, working together and inspiring each other using micro-macramé and filigree to create organic, non-allergenic jewelry.
Azurian Caravanserai are creators of herbal body products using only the finest essential oils and essences, organic herbs and base oil.
Broccoli Batiks creates beautiful handmade batiks, clothing and housewares.
Butterfly Paint offers hand designed and painted home decor, furniture and art in a variety of natural themes.
Clothes For the Soul brings us a complete line of hand-made, natural-fiber patchwork clothing and accessories.
David Schmitzer sketches amazing real time portraits in charcoal combining fine art beauty with a quick hand.
Fairy Hair Flare is coming to sparkle Shakori again! Fairy hair strands are silken hair extensions tied to just one hair. We have all the colors of the rainbow…and rainbow! You can brush it, curl it, straighten it, or color it. It lasts until that one strand falls out. Sparkle on!
For Claudia’s Sayke crafts handmade organic body care, soaps, herbal preparations, massage oils and salves.
Henna Diva brings us henna tattoos and one-of-a-kind festival headdresses and crowns.
Indigenous Crafts Area, located beside the pond, welcomes Native American crafters and artisans to display, demonstrate and sell their art and wares.
Indigo Brown is a one-woman show specializing in handmade wallets, bags & whatever else moves her.
Irie Lights Candles offers handmade candles, incense, ceramic tiles and ceramic incense burners.
Jesi Miller, from her home studio in the mountains of Madison County, NC, turns living clay into functional pieces of beauty that add to the taste and experience of whatever you choose to serve in them.
Jewels brings us hula hoops even adults can use! Beautiful, durable handmade hoops in a range of sizes so kids of all ages can happily get their groove on and experience the fun of hoop dance. Come spin a hoop and find the perfect fit for you.
Katzinn Illustrations, from Clio, MI, is a pen and ink artist offering intricate pieces in both black & white and color.
Kenneth Dickson offers finely woodworked eye-catching mobiles and earrings from the mountains of Western NC.
Lavender Anne’s body products are handcrafted to facilitate the ancient bond that links humans to herbs, selectively blended to provide aromatherapy and healing.
Melissa Lowery of SSD Jewelry is a self-taught jewelry artist working mostly with metals; specializing in basemetal etching, stamping and homemade patinas.
Metal Magic brings us candle and electric lanterns welded and cut completely from recycled tin cans.
Mexica Crafts has beautifully and originally designed leather boots, moccasins and bags.
Miss Kay creates artwork from all recycled wood and salvaged tin roofing with messages of hope, love, community and humor.
New World Glass offers flameworked and fused glass jewelry of borosilicate glass.
Owl Cove Designs creates hand cut and hammered jewelry from raw materials.
Planet Love clothing is art for people that speaks to the soul using natural materials and excellent workmanship.
Rachel Smith Pottery offers wheel-thrown and slab-built pottery with a strong Japanese influence.
Raindrop Ridge Farm brings us lovely herb bedding plants in compostable pots.
RIVTAK creates an array of upcycled clothing, jewelry and home goods made from preloved materials, promoting a handmade life, recycling, love, music and earth.
Sandra Nechemias uses traditional wet felting techniques, self-dyed wool and self-spun yarn and embellishing materials for hats, bags and other accessories.
Splash Creations offers locally-based contemporary tie-dye clothing from right here in Chatham County.
Stella Urban creates cold forged metal jewelry in copper, brass, sterling silver, found objects, antique beads and upcycled materials.
Tom Kat Originals designs one-of-a-kind leather accessories made from reuse materials including wristbands, necklaces, earrings, purses and wallets.
Twisted Bliss Designs is a husband-and-wife team handcrafting unique sterling silver, wire-wrapped jewelry inspired by nature and created to highlight the beauty of natural stones.
Work Art crafts a range of chainsaw sculptures—look for them around the festival grounds!