Meet 2018 Vendors - Page 4

Artisans & Crafters


Grace Lutheran Church

Bev Schrandt

Perhaps you have seen wheat weaving in Scandinavian homes at Christmas. Bev teaches wheat weaving classes at the Vesterheim Museum, but also loves the special embroidery, Hardanger, that looks like lace.


Grace Lutheran Church

Jean Schutte

Nearly every ancient culture wove baskets for storage. Jean studies the art of weaving with different grasses which result in baskets of all sizes. The miniatures are precious.


We are lucky to have Cindy returning with her variety of hand-designed jewelry that most often includes colorful stones.


Geneva's Ice Cream Shoppe

Jennie Stensgard

Jennie and her business partner, Joell, will fill their space with a fun variety of children's accessories, home decor, Christmas creations and more!


A wide variety of organizational items, even handbags. Liz returns this year with more ideas to help us tuck things away.


Turned Write Handcrafted Art

Turned Write (Colin Schroeder)

Colin creates stunning, high quality writing utensils and other unique turned wood and wooden gift items. He collects and restores vintage Singer sewing machines as well.


Grace Lutheran Church

Two Gals and a Guy

This dynamic trio has an eye for turning old things into new. Most items are one of a kind, so hurry in to see what they have designed for 2018!


A ceramic artist of over 40 years, Linda brings to life each hand painted piece. #1 headquarters for handcrafted gnomes. Each piece is safe indoors and out.

Peterson Station Museum

Stacy Drenckhahn

Needle felted Gnomes, Santa, Tomte, Fairy Houses, & other Whimsical items.

Metz's Hart-Land Creamery, where the dairy products flow directly from the cow to the creamery. Taste several delicious morsels then perhaps select a few for a gift box provided by our local creamery.