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On Monday, I featured four vendors. If you missed it, check it out here. This is Part 2 of the Vendor Profile Series!
Fuzzy Britches Fiber and Baskets by Chris
Laurie Grow of Fuzzy Britches Fiber and her mom Chris Grow of Baskets by Chris were part of our Makers and Growers Markets last year at our homestead, and they added their products to our Farm Stand this spring and summer as well! Laurie has been my wool processing mentor since then! She’s such a patient and kind teacher, and has become a good friend over the past year. She knows something about nearly everything and is not afraid to get her hands (and the rest of herself) dirty learning and getting things done! I have so much to learn! 🙂 Laurie sells her amazing fiber and handspun yarn as well as crochet and knit items such as hats and the seasonal coasters around! Her mom makes many things but her claim to fame around here is her fabric baskets! They can be used as bread baskets, storage or just decoration – I have several of them throughout my house!
Please check out their album in the Virtual Market here. You can also find Fuzzy Britches Fiber on Facebook here.
ReJoyCe Lotions, Creams and More
Diane Meyer of ReJoyCe joined us last year at our Makers and Growers Market and everyone loves her… you just can’t help it! She is such a great presenter and always offered lotion samples… everyone left smelling so great! Her products are wonderful, too! We use her lotions, deodorant, Sleep spray, and I have just discovered – and love – her ReLeaf Lotion for sore muscles!
Check out the ReJoyCe album in the Virtual Market group here. You can also find them on Facebook here.
A Stitch In Time Embroidery
Diane Francis of A Stitch in Time Embroidery joined us at the Farm Stand this summer. She is a wonder with a sewing machine, and she has lots of products to prove it! She makes lots of kitchen items, including dish towels, tea towels, hot pads, and bowl cozies, as well as blankets and face masks. She also does custom orders and personalizing!
Jill Andrews of E and J Candles joined us at our Holiday Market in downtown Stanwood last year, and at the Farm Stand this summer! Her candles are really special – amazing, unique scents and long and clean burning waxes. She has a variety of vessels, too, including concrete, glass, mason jars! You won’t be disappointed in her products.