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Special Thanks to:

Centre Grafik

Friends In Our Community:

Phoenixville Borough

Phoenixville Chamber of Commerce

Phoenixville Time Bank

Activate Phoenixville

The Colonial Theatre

Artists

On the second Saturday of the month the PFM invites local artists to participate in the market. All artists hand craft their own functional art.

Terra Maven

Upcycled terrariums, mossariums ( responsibly & locally harvested) using salvaged components as much as possible. Handcrafted cement pieces & pots.

Cody Zickler

Codie Zickler creates unique and useful items out of wood, including live edge wine racks, wooden bottle stoppers, wooden cheese and serving boards, wooden cheese knives to match and compliment the cheese board, bottle openers, salt & pepper grinders, coffee scoops and pens.

Julie Miller Pottery

Julie creates functional ceramic plates, mugs, berry bowls and more.

Website

Cutting Boards Plus

Larry Mansfield offers cutting boards he makes from a variety of domestic and imported hardwoods.  These boards  have been treated with food safe mineral oil which brings out the natural beauty of the wood and protects them so they will last for generations.9-10-cuttingboards

Tie Up Textiles

The Tie-Up Textiles brand evolved from a life-long passion for shaping interior space & the joy of working with my hands. I put my entirety into creating a unique business model that incorporates one-of-a-kind home textiles suitable for any space. Our products are a combination of hand weaving & dyeing, digital printing, & finding new purpose for old things. In an ever evolving industry, we believe in the importance of both preserving & challenging traditional textile techniques. “

Kathleen Fitzpatrick

http://www.tieuptextiles.com/

Ron Coppola

Ron Coppola’s paintings capture the essence of Chester County farms and countryside.  You can take a look at his work at his website, http://www.coppolaart.com/.

Heatherly Hale Folk Art

Fine Art Prints from my original watercolor designs depicting the folk art lifestyle of scenery, flowers ,animals etc. My love of sewing creates another avenue of passion for make these lovely little vintage & new fabric heart pillows.Pulling everything together with flowers is a must.

Cynthia Oswald

Cynthia isa graphic designer in Kimberton.  She is  currently working on a botanical collection. Visit with her to hear about what she is working on, see available prints, and originals watercolors.  You can see examples of her work at her website, http://cynthiaoswald.com/

Red Rope Farm

At Red Rope Farm, Kim Day raises sheep for meat and wool at her family farm.  She brings yarn and sheepskins to the farmers’ market.

You can take a look at her website here.

Day Spring Farm

We craft needle-felted animals using the wool from our sheep. We also hand sew hats and slippers from recycled wool sweaters.

Contact:

Julia Inslee

www.facebook.com/dayspringfarmdairy

Uzume’s Pots

Uzume’s Pots for daily life. Brighten your coffee break or lunch with a handmade piece of pottery in stoneware or porcelain. Work is (mainly) functional and wood fired; oven, dishwasher and microwave safe.

Yvon Kennon

Silverstone Jewels

Lee Sagula creates handmade Sterling Silver Jewelry using natural gemstones, shells sea glass and pearls.

http://www.silverstonejewels.com/

Phoenixville Rising & Dewdrops

Robb Cadigan wrote Phoenixville Rising, a crime novel set in PHOENIXVILLE!!  His daughter, Caroline, makes lovely jewelry.

Here’s a review of RObb’s book-

PHOENIXVILLE RISING is a beautifully written love letter to the American industrial town. In a novel spanning centuries, and centering on three hard-luck kids, Sketch and Tara and the unforgettable Boo–clear-eyed and reckless and insanely-loyal Boo–Robb Cadigan gives us a timeless story of the enduring legacies of love and friendship. Noir and romantic and richly emotional, PHOENIXVILLE RISING is superb.”
– William Lashner, New York Times bestselling author of the Victor Carl series and THE BARKEEP

Chakramamma

Handmade pendants,fairtrade cottage industry pendants on handmade jewelry,seaglass.crystal.beaded jewelry,handmade flower beads restrung into one of a kind jewelry . more »

Bird & Bat Houses by George

George Whittam makes species specific houses for local birds.  more »

Little Luxuries by Lynn

Beautiful handwoven items.  more »

Longacre Pottery

Longacre Pottery is beautiful hand-thrown pottery created in Kimberton, Pennsylvania. Tom Longacre’s unique pottery is sold in boutiques, galleries and Juried Shows across the northeast.

Each piece of this wheel thrown pottery is individually handmade by Tom Longacre. more »

Over Home Alpacas

OVER HOME ALPACAS raises quality Suri alpacas on a 90 acre farm in Bethel, PA that has been in the family for six generations.  Our alpaca herd produces premium, luxury fiber known for its strength, luster & fineness.  The fiber creates products that are soft & lightweight yet extremely warm and is hypoallergenic.  We have raw fiber for spinning & crafts, a variety of yarn weights in natural and naturally dyed colors and a wide variety of finished alpaca products available. more »

  • November 30
  • 8:00 pm
  • December 7
  • 8:00 pm
  • December 14
  • 8:00 pm
  • December 21
  • 8:00 pm

Murami

If you’re looking for something chic to save you from a cluttered jewelry box, this jewelry organizer is for you. Murami jewelry frames solve the problem of tangled necklaces and lost earrings and they display your jewelry with style! more »

Artifaqt


Artifaqt is a working studio established in Phoenixville, PA in 1983.  We design and make fine objects from wood, metal and stone that are useful and durable.  Our line is driven by people’s desire for hand-made products of high value produced in low volume with an incredible respect for materials.  Artifaqt was inspired by our search for household items that have the hallmarks of good design, fine quality and durability. We found a world where choices trump quality and decided to create fewer but more satisfying objects for the home. Our standards are simple: elegant design and fine execution. Our designs are historically and geographically boundless as we find inspiration from other cultures in other lands. We like to say that we create uncommon details for the home.

If you miss us at the market, you may visit our studios at 15 South Main Street.  The curious are always welcome.

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  • November 30
  • 8:00 pm
  • December 14
  • 8:00 pm

Mano’s Material Creations

After learning that designer fabrics were simply discarded after post-production of the textiles, two friends, Jacquie and Florence, coordinated their efforts with a friendly manufacturer to save these beautiful materials from landfills and convert them into fashionable, recycled pieces. more »

Side Stitch By Ginny

My handmade aprons, yoga mat bags, drawstring bags, hairbands and skirts can all be seen on my facebook page  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Side-Stitch-by-Ginny/157120037683707  Everything is made by me from beautiful high quality designer quilting cotton.

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HomeAID for Africa

In 2005 a group of Chester County, Pennsylvania residents came together around our common concern for the plight of African AIDS victims.  Our group’s mission is to advocate for and assist those affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa, especially women and children (infected, non-infected, or orphaned).  We seek to increase public awareness of the pandemic and to raise funds to support direct services.

HomeAID for Africa is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization that raises money through the creation and sale of finely crafted items made by our members, fundraising events, and donations.  more »

  • December 7
  • 8:00 pm

Richard Johnston

Some people might describe Richard Johnston as an accidental woodworker.  Although working with wood has been a lifelong interest, Richard never planned to earn money with his wood working it was a hobby that afforded occasional opportunities to build furniture and toys, refinish antiques and renovate several houses.  more »

  • December 7
  • 8:00 pm
  • December 14
  • 8:00 pm

Tonya Lov

Tonya Lov Jewelry began in the workshop of Tonya Perri, an artisan whose interests in abstract painting and sculpture blossomed into an innovative jewelry-making technique.

Tonya’s love for color and three dimensional art initiated her innovative approach to jewelry fabrication. Experimenting with hand-poured porcelain and pigments has developed her distinct style of bead-making. Further experiments with sterling silver and 14k gold ceramic over glaze soon became Tonya’s signature style.

www.tonyalov.com more »

  • November 30
  • 8:00 pm
  • December 7
  • 8:00 pm
  • December 14
  • 8:00 pm
  • December 21
  • 8:00 pm

Pure Scents Candle Co.

Pure Scents Candle Company is a family owned and operated business, located in Chester Springs,Pennsylvania. We have worked hard to earn our reputation for exceptional quality candles and outstanding customer service. Each candle is hand poured, many to order. Our customer base visits and repurchases from us based on personal experience and word of mouth. more »

Dale Burch

Beautiful Handspun Yarn

Dale Burch is self taught and started hand spinning over 30 years ago. She writes, “My love of color and texture found the perfect way to express myself.  Over the years I found that the act of spinning is almost zen like and a wonderful way to relax.
My spinning wheel is a traditional Ashford wheel made of silver beech and is from New Zealand. Many miles of yarns have been spun on it. more »

Kimberton Hills

Located on 432 acres of farm, gardens and woodlands in Chester County, Pennsylvania, Kimberton Hills is also a local center for culture and a model for sound ecological living.  Founded in 1972, Kimberton Hills is part of the international Camphill movement that provides programs and services for children, youth and adults with developmental disabilities. more »

Jim Rendi

Local woodworker and author of Traditional Windsor Chair Making, Jim Rendi, will demonstrate how to make Windsor chairs using traditional hand tools similar to those used in the 18th century. He will have several unique Windsor Settees for sale at the Market.

Sew Bee Mine

Victoria O’Neill, a multiple mediums artist, writer, entrepreneur, owner of Sew Bee Mine. She is also the inventor of the WrapADoodle Swaddle Blanket the blanket that holds your baby.  “I love people and love to make things. Creativity flows through me like a hose on full blast, spraying in many directions, all at once.” more »

  • November 30
  • 8:00 pm

Reis Renditions

Deb and Rick, based in Charlestown Township, are juried in the Chester County Craft guild and sell handcrafted work at the market. Their useful and beautiful artwork mixes multiple medias to create unique gifts and decorations. The items include clocks, desk accessories, frames, and jewelry, which each combine different natural wood and rocks. The wood and rock are cut and polished from raw materials to retain their natural beauty. They also produce Nantucket style baskets made out of reed or colored fishing line with hand made bases and handles. New this year are necklaces with multiple woods, and magnetic frames for wallet size photos.  Most of their craft items are on their web site at www.reisrenditions.com.

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Cob Studio

Cara Graver’s hand built and wheel thrown pottery uniquely celebrates the essence of fresh, local abundance. Crafted in a studio made by hand out of local clay (The Cob Studio), kitchen, home and garden ware inspired by nature has caused one PFM shopper to remark ‘this looks like it was just picked rather made by hand’. The Cob Studio is a magical environment where you are invited to join in classes and workshops to cultivate your own inner artist through clay, writing, painting, drawing and hand work; or attend talks, tours, open houses and other events. For a complete brochure please contact carabgraver@aol.com.

www.thecobstudio.com more »