Jesse Carroll

Carroll’s Hilltop

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 082


Use high voltage electricity to create Lichtenberg figures into the surface of wood. I add this to various wooden crafts to enhance the beauty of functional items.

Kassy Cheatle

Country Roads: Custom Wooden Crafts and Primitive Home and Lawn Decor

Location: Street#: 05, Booth#: 001A


We purchase different species of wood rough cut from a sawmill. We allow the wood to dry. We then plane, cut and sand the wood into the desired pieces. We stain, paint, assemble, and seal the product. We also use medium density fiberboard for our cutouts. They are hand drawn and hand cut.

Erin Cridlebaugh

Squirrel Hill Design and Craft

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 018


I make highly accurate, handcrafted topographic maps out of thin sheets of wood. Each layer is cut out individually then finished and stacked by hand. Each map is then professionally framed.

Tanya Folwell

Flower & Vase – Tanya Folwell

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 117


Theme: French flower market filled with wood turned flowers and vases. Wood: Turned from wood found near the AuSable River, Mendon Ponds, Pittsford Lumbar, and donations from locals. Techniques: Traditional wood turning some Shou-sugi-ban (wood burning). Vases that hold water and live flowers.

Josh Hannon

Hannon Made

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 044A


Purchased from local lumberyards, I use a blend of domestic and exotic wood species. All the wood comes rough cut from the lumberyard, I then mill, plane, and cut all pieces to make interesting patterns using color and species. All pieces are handmade & individually unique (2-3 pieces per pattern).

Debi Hitter

Ms. Sticks hand made walking sticks

Location: Street#: 09L, Booth#: 109


Hand Made walking sticks. Woodburned with personality, decorated. Completed with a compass, leather grip, strap and tip. Eagle Scout Sticks and Life History Sticks. Very unique and one of a kind walking stick.

Debra Janik

Designs by Janik

Location: Street#: 05, Booth#: 012


Designs are stack laminated from carefully selected hardwoods, which are then turned, shaped and carved into a variety of unique products. They are then sanded and finished with an assortment of hand rubbed oils.

Abram Johnson

Abram Brown

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 173


I design and hand craft furniture with locally sourced reclaimed barn wood and gas pipe.

Bill Kent

Bill and Teri Kent

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 036


My wife and I use original and modified traditional designs to make child safe toys, many of which are potential heirloom quality

Rob Knoebel

Knoebel Woodcrafters

Location: Street#: 07, Booth#: 206


It all starts with a vision in my head and then I start drawing with measurements on paper. Once I have a game plan I head out to the shop and cut the different species of wood and glue them together. Depending on the design more cutting and gluing. Then it is onto finishing and our signature brand

Teresa Lucas

Dry Hill WoodWork Arts

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 072


I hand draw the pattern onto wood then handcut each piece, hand paint each piece and place it back together. It is then glued down and I than I make a frame from each one. I distress them to give an antiqued look. Each piece is individually made.

Scott Mattison

Mattison Woodworks, LLC

Location: Street#: 03, Booth#: 008


Hand Crafted Heirloom Quality furniture and kitchen items.

Barry Middleton

Barry Middleton of Woodsongs

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 154


Wall Sculptures in domestic and exotic woods, finished in their natural colors. Geoshapes are wood shapes similar to knives, but used as letter openers or simply as sculptures. They are all one-of-a-kind, shaped by hand, and created mostly for their tactile and visual beauty.

Joshua Miller

Oak Crafts, Inc.

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 027/029


I construct all my furniture with solid oak & cherry wood. Dovetailing all my drawers. I finish my furniture with a penetrating stain and 3 coats catalyzer lacquer, sanding between each coat. Equalizer slides are used with our tables allowing leafs to self store inside the table.

David Morrison

daves woodcraft

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 007


jewelry boxes,watch boxes,pen boxes,sculptured boxes,humidors and other boxes made from domestic,figured,exotic nd burled hardwoods

Richard Phaneuf

PENEUF Richard Phaneuf

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 003


I use over 100 different domestic and exotic woods to create handmade one of a kind writing instruments, shaving implements and other items on a lathe. Each piece has a durable super glue finish sanded to 12,000 grit before being polished. All of our products are refillable or reusable.

Emily Schaub

Victorian Petals – Emily Schaub

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 086


Victorian Petals creates hand painted home decor signs from wood, paint, and faux florals. We offer many different sizes, designs and custom orders.

Lesley Sewar

Lesley Sewar

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 003


I make 100% handmade decorative and functional wooden items such as jewelry boxes out of exotic and domestic woods. I also make plaques, different kinds of clocks, photo holders, personalized keychains and unique jewelry pieces from scrap.I try to have little waste.

David Sinquefield

D & B Enterprises

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 063/065


I hand make very unique, durable, and very reasonably priced outdoor furniture with the finest wood availabe

Dennis Stellmach

College view Crafts

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 025/027


We use premium pine lumber, cut to length, width and design. Next piece is assembled, and painted in homemade spray booth. Once dry a palm sander is used to distress piece and give it a chic look. Outdoor items are then stained by hand

Peter Versteeg

PV Furniture- Peter VerSteeg

Location: Street#: 02, Booth#: 007


I use a variety of wood species, often reclaimed from other sources, to build original wall art and occasional furniture.

Roy Wegman

Re-Imagined Re-Creations Roy Wegman

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 056


I reuse vintage barnwood, hay pulleys, window panes and mason jars etc. to create unique rustic and steampunk style home decor

Jennifer Wood

SNJ Creations NY

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 034


All of our decorative pieces are made on a scroll saw and finished with hand tools. We use medium density fiberboard (MDF) and hardwood. With the exception of metal hardware, all components are completely fabricated by us from design to finished product.

Matthew Wood

Crooked Wood Tables by The Wood Family

Location: Street#: 05, Booth#: 015/017


We build ‘Live Eddge’ furniture and homed decor. This would include, dining tables, coffee tables, benches, end tables, lamps and holiday themed decorations.