Market Dates: 8/19, 9/2, 9/30
Alpaca fleece is 7 times warmer than wool and rivals cashmere in its softness. Alpaca Hair Alpacas raises alpacas for this marvelous natural fiber and works with a mill in Massachusetts to make products to resell. Be sure to stop by and visit with their alpacas too!
Market Dates: 7/22, 8/5
The Amaia Papaya Shop features a variety of handmade goods with an eco-friendly focus. From market tote bags, to reusable produce bags, mason jar tumblers, and reusable mug sleeves, we strive to make all our products fun and unique. We are based out of a small home studio in Natick.
Market Dates: 6/24, 8/12, 8/19
Blade and Wheel produces both pottery and jewelry. Judy created the beautiful and useful pottery. There are bowls of many sizes and colors. The mugs, often large, have designs from nature on the outside surfaces.
The jewelry involves cutting meaningful designs with a jeweler’s saw into coins or tableware. Some of the jewelry is made from fine silver with colorful enamels. John designs and executes these pieces, and will demonstrate on site.
Market Dates: 8/12, 9/23
Brookfield Candle Company specializes in primitive hand poured candles and offers over 300 scents. They use all natural soy with a lead free wick.
Market Date: 9/2, 9/9
Handcrafted metal jewelry made with Precious Metal Clay Silver (PMC), sterling silver and copper. Each piece is hand formed or sculpted, hand textured with hammers and Navajo stamps, finished and polished. Pendants are also made with hand set gemstones & crystals.
Market Dates: 7/15, 9/9
Market Dates: 7/29, 8/5
Handmade dog and cat accessories: collars, leashes, harnesses, bandannas, treat pouches, collar flowers and bow ties.
Market Date: 8/5, 9/2
Colie’s Creations is a mother daughter team. They’ll bring hand sewn creations for all to enjoy, including doll sleeping bags, crayon holders and pillowcases.
Market Dates: 7/1, 8/26
E’s Beads are fun, inexpensive beaded and wire pieces. Also offered are scarves, headbands, bookmarks, and a variety of other unique gift items. Everything is handmade by Ashland resident Elaine Donovan.
Market Date: 7/8
Earthly Wealth jewelry is hand made and one of a kind, based on natural and nearly natural materials such as semiprecious gems, pearls, amber, wood, leather and bone. Martha uses silver, gold, copper, and bronze, recycled when possible, and frequently employs forging to produce unique designs and textures.
Market Date: 6/17, 10/7
Giulietta Nardone encourages adults and teens to reconnect with their inner wildness through her unique Wild Painting process. Using the power of intuition and imagination, she creates paintings, note cards, inspiration cards and notepads. Stop by to buy her artwork, talk about the power of wildness or sign up for her monthly Wild Painting classes where you can learn to let your intuition and emotions guide the artistic process.
Market Date: 7/1, 9/9
James Heroux creates unique and completely custom Collage Illustrations based on given information about a loved one for ANY occasion. He enjoys creating custom Pet Portraits for all your furry, feathery and scaly friends. His new works include original paintings, illustrations and now featuring original Tile Art using alcohol based inks. Great gifts for everyone!
Market Dates: 7/29, 8/19, 10/7
Jennifer will bring artisan Soaps, Foot and Hand Balms, Facial Products, Lip Balms and Lip Scrubs, Body Scrubs, Bath Bombs, Bubble Bath, Body Butters, and gift sets.
Market Dates: 7/15, 8/19
L&A Designs creates a variety of fun and affordable fabric and jewelry items that are all made in Natick, MA. Many are items you never knew you needed! Look for new designs in infinity scarves, potholders, snack and sandwich bags and many, many more items.
Artist Troy Morrison will appear at the market with blown glass jewelry, stemware, marbles and sculptures. In Troy’s own words: “Glass is fascinating and complicated and to be able to work with it both excites and energizes me. I always have to be in the moment while also knowing what my next moves are going to be until my work is done.”
Market Date: 9/2, 10/7
MW knits will bring machine knit original clothing, including sweaters for toddlers and accessories for adults.
Market Dates: 7/8, 8/12
Pottery, photography and more from Ashland resident, Ann Newberry. To beautify your surroundings, Ann creates one-of-a-kind functional pottery pieces, as well as nature photography to adorn your walls and mosaic concrete stepping stones for your garden and yard. With such a variety of art, there is sure to be something you’ll want to take home with you.
Market Date: 9/9
Rag Hill Farm creates fiber art with a function. They make handspun and hand-dyed yarn, unique quilted potholders along with market bags and cat toys from upcycled wool. All of their items are handmade and one of a kind.
Market Dates: 7/8, 9/23
Re-Design creating handcrafted jewelry and wine charms. Unique aluminum cuff bracelets are designed from original photos of Monte Carlo, Nice, Boston, backyard flowers,vase of tulips, Sicilian cobblestones and more. Leather, cork, or a combo of both bracelets and triple wraps are embellished with antique silver findings and have a magnetic clasps. Wine charms made with tumbled glass, corks, smashed metal buttons make a great housewarming or hostess gift. Created locally in Natick.
Market Date: 6/24, 7/22
Handcrafted elegant jewelry in sterling silver, brass and copper with semi-precious stones, crystals and freshwater pearls. Custom rings made on site. Handcrafted garden décor (plant markers, bird and butterfly feeders) from upcycled silverplated utensils, tea sets, and glass wear.
Market Date: 6/17, 8/26
Social Catalysts Charitable Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, is a novel social enterprise that supports social and environmental change while improving the lives of people with disabilities. Its first major initiative is to create employment opportunities for adults with disabilities while improving the environment by producing new products from recycled videotapes. They provide social service agencies with the tools and the training for their clients with disabilities. These clients weave a beautiful cloth out of reclaimed videotapes, which is sewn into totes, handbags and other items by professional seamstresses, then is marketed and sold by Social Catalysts.
Market Dates: 6/17, 7/22
The Domesticated Wild Child will bring her own herbal infusions- oils, tinctures, extracts, witch hazel and ACV. She handcrafts medicinal salves, balms, deodorant, baby items, women’s items, some cosmetics, a facial line including cleansing grains, infused toners, moisture serums, herbal masks and acne spot treatment. She will also be bringing dream pillows and tea blends.
Market Dates: 6/10, 8/26
Two Orange Cats Jewelry is handcrafted one of a kind jewelry with a Beach theme. Materials used are genuine unaltered Sea Glass and Sea Pottery, Beach stones, semi precious stones, fresh water pearls, recycled, repurposed and vintage items such as antique skeleton keys, vintage silverplate flatware and 40’s- 50’s Lucite beads. All jewelry is designed with your budget and busy schedule in mind. Most pieces can go from totally casual in jeans to an elegant dinner in the little black dress.