Textile, Weaving and Leather

Elie Abdelahad

ELie Handbags

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 047


I use naked cowhide and exotic leathers. brass hardware,zippers and lining is used. I use a die cutter to cut our original patterns, skiving,binding sew machine,strap cutter,leather sewing machin

Randal Adams

Vagabond Bowties

Location: Street#: 9L, Booth#: 114


We make 4-way reversible bowties from upcycled fabrics. These are not factory made, mass-produced ties. Each one of our hand-made bowties is a uniquely original social and fashion statement; made by us. We seek out amazing fabrics, refine and prepare them, then hand cut and sew each one.

Lindsey Alexander

Lindsey Alexander

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 003


Children’s quilts, toys and accessories made from 100% cotton fabrics, my own designs, and sewn by myself. Products include quilts, growth charts, bibs, pacifier leashes, hair accessories, games and more.

Shengzhu Bernardin

True Blue Collections

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 052


I hand dyed 100% cotton with natural indigo plants,soy paste resist to create pattern,then washing away the resist paste and drying and sewing bags,tablecloths etc.Everything are hand made by shengzhu in CT.This year,I spent lots of time by shibori with indigo dyeing, very unique with musuem quality

Colleen Brown

Colleen’s Creative Outlet, Upcycled Clothing

Location: Street#: 04, Booth#: 018


My art is “upcycled” clothing using 100% recycled materials. My sustainable ECO friendly designs are made from cast off materials. I sew,serge, dye, bleach and hand embroider sweaters,denim,flannel and other inspiring materials to reconstruct a new One of a kind Fashion.

Errett Brown

E Art Tie Dye

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 012


Direct dye method using Procion cold water dye. Item is Soaked in a water and sodium solution then damp fabric is folded into a pattern. Dye is applied directly using squeeze bottles. Wait 12 hours then wash excess dye out.

Tonya Butcher

Tonya Butcher

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 153


Luxury hand painted silk scarves, ponchos and blouses for women. Hand forged aluminum scarf pins. Each piece is stretched and painted using silk dye and a variety of resists. Once dry the silk is steamed for a min of 3 hours to ensure permanency and vibrancy. Only the highest quality of silk is used

John Carbonaro

jj spoetswear

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 076/078


i make my own tropical sundresses for missy & plus size women for 20 years fabric is custom made for me i spread the fabric & cut the fabric myself then 2 panels are sewed

Allison Clark

akp handmade

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 003


I make items for babies and children including backpacks, blankets, burp cloth, fabric toys and quilts and more. All items are designed and sewn by me in my attic sewing room.

Bill Corry

Hip Pockets

Location: Street#: 03, Booth#: 003


Hip Pocket is our invention. It is handcrafted and is patented. We originally designed it for use by active people for running, camping, walking, etc. The Hip Pocket is made with nylon and individually sewn. We use special rare earth magnets that do not effect cell phones or credit cards

Sandy Dalrymple

Sandy Dalrymple

Location: Street#: 09L, Booth#: 105


Leather bags, belts and wallets made from bulk leather hides from my patterns and designs.

Natalie Dickerson

Natalie Rae New York

Location: Street#: 02, Booth#: 007


We Up-cycle organically handmade textiles in the Hill Tribes of Vietnam. Textiles used (mainly batik and embroidery) are traditionally worn as garments. Each piece has a story that is expressed in its uniqueness. Together with hemp the garments are repurposed into home dacor, handbags & accessories.

Lisa Ferguson

Laughing Goat Fiber Farm LLC

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 030


Laughing Goat Fiber raises mohair, cashmere and alpaca fibers for use in making yarn,clothing,household & decorative items. Socks,mittens & gloves are made at small family US mills, & hand dyed. Other items made on the farm using farm fiber: rugs/blankets, hats/shawls, tapestries, etc.

Pamela Garrett

MangoBay Design

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 092


I design the patterns, have metal screens etched from the vector files, print the cotton webbing with low VOC ink, which is heat set in a carpet dryer. I sew in flat rings. I hand fringe and dip dye scarves to match the ink or webbing using fiber reactive dye for a heather effect on 20/80 blend

Doug Gibson

Luna Sea Trading

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 053


hand made wraps, ponchos, desses of assorted colors and one size or sized. Using polyester, cotton and rayon we cut patterns sew to create items.Priced moderate to encourage sales in a competative market place . Try to add humor to see customers smile.

Ping Guo

Superview Handmade Embroidery Arts

Location: Street#: 02, Booth#: 023


Embroidery contains four kinds for stitching, plain, golden round, portrait, random. Silk material used.

Nancy Hesketh

Banyon Bags

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 142


Hand made “one of a kind” leather goods. Ranging from large totes to wallets, cosmetic bags, clutches etc. Some original hand painted goods included such as eye glass holders,wallets and small bags.

Donald King

Journi Bags

Location: Street#: 07, Booth#: 202


Our handbags and accessories are made from upholstery fabric, fully lined,have interior & exterior zipper pockets,zipper closure & adjustable straps(except totes).We offer over 20 styles of bags in a thrilling array of beautiful classic florals, colorful geometric patterns and unusual motifs.

Pat Little

A Little Unique Pat Little

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 030


Custom Fabric Dog Collars, Leashes and Harnesses. Sew on a commercial leather walking foot sewing machine

Deborah Macmaster

Sweet Lemonade

Location: Street#: 02, Booth#: 017


Sweet Lemonade makes vintage inspired clothing for children. Our designs capture the innocence and wonder of childhood and feature easy care cotton.

Cindy Malchoff

Cindy Malchoff – My Apple Tree

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 135


Original designs, collectible handmade teddy bears, birds and other animals from recycled furs, mohair and/or plush

Jan Miller

Shoreline Design
, Jan C Miller

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 010


Handmade Quilts

Roberto Quintero


Location: Street#: 03, Booth#: 001


I produce handmade, original products that are high quality and highly artistic. We handmade beautiful shoes and leather bags adorned with a native textile called mola. Wearing our shoes is like wearing a piece of Art. Our shoes are handmade one by one, they are not mass produced.

Joe Reboh

Leather & Lace
, Joe Maurice Reboh

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 018


100% handmade, tooled & carved quality leather goods. From the heart, every piece a prayer. Belts, bags, wallets, & much more.Dyes are blended and applied by hand, creating unique, functional art.

Rob Rhoton

Sea grass hats

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 045


Handmade crush-able sea grass hats. My hats are patented, one size fits all, pack-able ,airy, and they stay on at 40 mph

Matthew Rogers

Transit Apparel

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 093


An art driven initiative of limited-run and American-made apparel celebrating the culture, history, and pride of Rochester.

Jeanne Scannell

Jeanne Scannell

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 014/016


Studied design in Japan, features soft draping and balance. All hand sewn some hand woven mohair, some hand dyed cotton and silk,and wet felted fabric. Hand woven rayon chenille jacket,hand tailored.

Marty Schwartz

RMS Leather

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 086


all work is done with cowhide leather all items are of my own design and construction, i di not mass produce many one ofs

Debi Schwegler

Dibble’s Dabbles & ‘lil miss Cora Grace’

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 087


I cut knits, wovens and different types of fabrics to create items, clothing and outfits for children of all ages. Once cut, items are sewn and serged into into the products I make.

Laura Seymour

Hitch + Cord – Laura Seymour

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 013


Laura Seymour is a local fiber artist and owner of Hitch + Cord. She works out of her home studio in Rochester, NY creating modern macrame home decor and a limited collection of jewelry. Every piece is hand-knotted using all natural materials and designed with careful attention to detail.

Carlotta Shelton

Carlotta- O. B. Sales

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 132


I make hats from a patchwork of home decorating and/or African fabric. The hats are one-of-a-kind, sized hats for women and men. I also display and sell portrait paintings on wood by my fellow workspace friend folk artist Tommy Cheng.

Dorothy Sorbello

Dottykins Ugly Shirts

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 056


I hand-sew custom, aloha-style shirts in 100% comfortable and casual cotton. Shirts may be paneled, blocked or otherwise pieced for greatest artistic and personalized effect. (see examples)

Kristen Spinks

The Blue Lady

Location: Street#: 07, Booth#: 207


One of a kind, bohemian style clothing pieces made from natural cotton, linen and other fabrics. Each piece is unique and handmade by me with no patterns, and made to wash and wear with no nonsense.

Gail Tower

Gail Tower

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 023/025


Paper patterns are made for each garment, then twicked for different styles and fabrics. The finest combed cottons, Venice laces (made for us in N.J.) micro-modals or hand crochet fabrics are cut, sewn, tie-dyed,discharge dyed, saboried or hand painted for a one-of-a-kind unique look.