2019 MARKETPLACE APPLICATIONS
Our festival marketplace is a natural extension of the educational, interactive and entertaining Susquehanna Folk Festival experience. It features regional artisans and crafters who make what they sell, who love sharing their passion with shoppers, and who, if practical, will actually make and demonstrate their work during the festival.
We are seeking professional artisans and crafters for 2019! Tim & Patti Leitzel, proprietors of Brickhouse Gift Shop in Millersburg, PA, are once again coordinating our vendors. This is a juried event, so in your application, we will want to see high-quality pictures of your work and your booth display. We look at quality of materials, workmanship, and the completed item.
American Chainsaw Carvings by Curt
Curt Eger and Michelle Kinard: Primitive Santas, bears, dogs, benches and more.
Author: Life in the Lion's Mouth
James R. Dubbs, Abby Dubbs, and Johanna Dubbs. Novel - Life in the Lion’s Mouth.
Campbell’s Canes and Walking Sticks
Darry and Lee Ann Campbell: Handcrafted canes and walking sticks.
Cotton Bender Designs
Katlyn Bender and Renee Dallatore: Unique, handmade cotton bowls, baskets, and coasters.
Creations, by George
George and Trudi Zimmerman: Custom urban and industrial decor accessories.
Eberly Mountain Art
Derek Eberly and Alison Eberly: Saved from the scrap bin, recycled metal is transformed into artwork.
Eleven Eleven Studio
Elizabeth Carroll, Quiller, creates jewelry and artwork out of paper.
Eleven Eleven Studio
Nathan Carroll: Acrylic landscape paintings and prints.
Customized apparel by Janie Jeskey.
Photography by Lynn Fry and Russ Fry
Keith and Charlene Kapp: Woodworking projects including wood turnings, bandsaw boxes, wine bottle torches, turned bottle stoppers and pens.
La Rue de Fleurs
Janice Bailor and Dominic Bailor: Handmade quilts, home decor crafts, and home-grown organic wildflowers.
LoMo Studio Handcrafted Jewelry
Handcrafted jewelry by Lori Campbell and Scott Moore.
Love Peace and Dye
Tie dyed clothing by Tiffany Morgan Peri.
Monocacy Soap Company
Jenn and Brett Leisenring: All-natural, handmade, small-batch bars of soap.
Mountain Minis Soaps And Goats
Lynn Mangle: Homemade soaps and lotions.
Alicia Fontaine and Neil Miller: Jewelry and decor items using raw natural materials like wood slices and rough crystals.
One Sun Studio
Christy Smyers: Landscape and nature photography.
Pop’s WoodShop and Mom’s Stuff Too
John Delancy, Donna Delancy, Steve Reisinger, Ken Berrier, and Joanne Berrier: Original designs woodworking projects.
Robert and Barbara Kline: Hand-turned wooden bowls, wine stoppers, and other décor.
Roberta DeSantis and Becky Huff
Quilts and fiber art.
Sapp’s Rustic Collections
Stephen and Stefany Sapp: Hand crafted decor, paintings, holiday decor and custom work.
Steve and Leah Blaydon: Handcrafted leather goods.
Spark of Nature
Nyssa and Dave Stem: Jewelry that sets your soul on fire!
Splash of Indigo
Tammy and Rick Batley: Artisan soap and botanical bath & body products.
Starry Night Alpacas
Cindy Johnston, Scotty Johnston, and Beth Trez: Blankets, scarves, socks, sweaters and various other handmade soft goods made from Alpaca yarn.
Stoney Creek Cigars
Jeffrey Kelly: Flavored and traditional premium cigars.
The Pineapple Closet
Linda Moyer and Tiffany DeSantis: Cloth, thread, chalk painted items.
The Woodshed and More
Paul and Kay Albert: Broom maker.
Tiny Granite, LLC
Andrew and Kristy Dravk: Granite and wood cutting boards, whiskey/wine stones, wood/granite lamps, and business card holders.
Toby Bouder (TBWoodturner) and
Judy Bouder (J. Bees Pressed Flower Pictures)
Woodworking and dried flower artwork.
Under The Sun Pottery
Mario and Damaris: Handcrafted pottery.
White Caterpillar Candles
Kate Simon and Bill Simon: Candles.
Todd Tabb: Handcrafted stoneware pottery.
Amanda and Brent Emig: Pencil sketches of your beloved animals, water color, and graphic design.
John & Pam Givler: Woodwork and mixed media projects projects.
Wow The Crowd Embroidery
Denise and McKenzie Peters: The Woodshed and more