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25 & 26

 AzureBlue Textiles I design and sew apparel and home goods using repurposed Guatemalan textiles to make: jackets, robes, blouses, shawls, aprons, table cloths, napkins, dish towels, and table runners. I also promote Guatemalan hand hooked rugs made from recycled t-shirt materials, by the artists of Multicolores.
24  Beyond Interiors Australian Aboriginal, Japanese Anime & Hawaiian & Laurel Burch fabric, socks, totes, jewelry, and fun stuff.
17  Catherine Reece Pottery I make functional pottery including vases, mugs, plates and trays. I hand draw and paint each piece with a whimsical insect/ garden theme; praying mantis, ladybugs, birds and dragonflies.
 21 Chigyo Japanese hand stitch called Sashiko which my all work using Sashiko stitch on my clothing, quilt, bags, pillow, hat
 1CocoTutti Confections Chocolate
 CuAgMire I make enameled copper jewelry and small decorative enameled items. I also make sterling silver jewelry, vintage tin jewelry and coppery jewelry. In addition, I may have some of my ceramic pinch bowls, vases and napkin rings.
Designers Needs 90 dupioni silks, leather & grass purses, hand beaded jewelry
 Dorothy M. Calabrese

Hand-woven scarves of silks, wools, and rayons; hand-woven herbal pillows; quilt-influenced polymer clay jewelry; and much more 

22  Escama Studio Hand woven wearable art & purses -- all hand crocheted with up-cycled aluminum pop tabs. Handmade with love in Brazil.
27  Exultation Arts I create, mat and frame hand-silkscreened Japanese paper mosaics (they look like quilts); frame and mat my original pen drawings; cover my original designed boxes with Japanese Paper; make gift cards and barrettes with Japanese Paper
14  Featherweight Finery

Hand-made vibrant anodized aluminum jewelry, kits, and stitch markers

23  Global Good Fair Trade We have a bright and beautiful selection of African Market Baskets from Ghana, pine needle baskets from Guatemala, Zulu wire baskets from South Africa, Textiles and home goods from Ghana, Recycled oil drum art from Haiti, Woven bags and totes from Nepal, Recycled bead work from Ghana, needle felted products from Nepal, hand hammered bells and chimes from India, and accessories from all over the world.
Global Good is a proud member of the fair trade federation and we feature all hand made, all fair trade artisan made goods from around the world.
15  Hildegarde Handwoven Handwoven the following: ponchos, vests, wraps, pocket shawls, sweaters
 5 It's Cactus ~ Haiti Fair Trade Handmade Haitian Metal Art and Charms
30 & 31  Jakida Designs Wearables: Indigo / Shibori upcycled tops, Jackets and vests made from refashioned Japanese and African vintage textiles. Some scarves, and some collected vintage textiles.
10  Kavita Studios Hand screened and dyed Silk and Rayon Scarves, Jackets and Ruanas. All created by Kavita Sing The artist
 19 & 20 Lavender Expo Quilting accessories, Support gloves, Quilt pattern, Lather Thimbles etc.. We also supplement our line with few skin care products as well
 Marree Botanically printed and hand-dyed: silk scarves, organic cotton jumpsuits, flowy pants, organic cotton flannel tops, cotton dresses in inclusive sizing from XS - 3X
18 Mayumix Botanical Design Botanical Printed silk scarf, paper, cotton fabric for quits & art, hand dyed and natural dyed yarns
13  New Pieces Quilt Shop, Inc. Quilting fabric and patterns.
11 & 12  Peacock Collection Antiques Antique and Vintage fabric, sewing accessories, lace, ribbon, trim, patterns, books, and buttons
16  Quilled Treasures and other art by Katherine   Elise Canfield Shepard Quilled (NOT QUILTED) paper jewelry, figurines, ornaments, and wall art
 Rae Trujillo I make purses using up-cycled designer textiles embellished with vintage book covers and embroidered vintage postcards. I also make high quality hand bound blank journals from up-cycled books, passport wallets from old atlas' and embroidered brooches.
28 & 29   Ragged Thistle It is one of my great joys as a textile artist to bring creativity and beauty into the clothing of daily life.  My designs are a fusion of coastal bohemian charm and contemporary function with attention to resource conservation and textile reconstruction.  My designs are made with new as well as vintage textiles coupled with post consumer clothing components, trims, and findings.
Great attention to texture, color, and design detail is given to each piece.
Due to the nature of the raw materials used, many of the garments are one of a kind while still maintaining overall continuity and design integration.
Currently I am exhibiting dresses, tunics, skirts, vests, jackets, slips, and pants. All garments are designed, cut, and sewn in our studio in California.
 3Turning Leaf Handmade From 45 different varieties of fresh fruit and vegetables I make translucent vessels , jewelry ( necklaces, cuffs and earrings,) and functional food-safe glass serveware . The intricate botanical structures and bright jewel-like colors unique to each fruit and vegetable are forever preserved in this work . All natural colors, and no toxics are ever used.
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