This Week at the Market

2018 Vendors

Evolve Chocolate – Award winning chocolate truffles in 5 collections: spice, liqueur, Pacific NW, floral, local breweries. 6 packs. Salted caramels, boozy brownies, pb cups, marshmallows and sipping chocolate.

Fidalgo Shore Designs – Jewelry creations including necklaces, earrings and pins. Local photography.

Sanchez Farms – Carrots, tomatoes, onions, green beans, corn, purslane, sweet peas, kohlrabi, beets, radishes lettuce. All organically grown in Mount Vernon.


Leaf Soaps – We are a small soap manufacturer located in the heart of Skagit County. When we are not growing our own ingredients, we work with local farmers and businesses when building all of our products. Using only cold processed essential oils for their beneficial properties and never synthetic fragrances or dyes, our soaps are designed to be gentle and nourishing. From rendering our own Washington grown non-GMO leaf lard to hand wrapping each item, our process is soaked in old world methods. Quality and value is very important to us and we take every step to ensure a safe, effective and beautiful product. In addition to our nourishing soap bars, we also make bath soaks, felted soaps and loofah soaps.

Auntie Em’s Creations – Fleece dog coats, fabric team sport and regular pot holders, fleece blankets/lap throws, cast iron panhandle covers, bead zipper pulls and key chains, parachord bracelets, bead bracelets, misc.

Present Valley Farm – Carrots, radish, cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, kale, beets, chard, collard greens, arugula, spinach, salad mix, fennel, leeks, onions, beans, basil and cilantro

Our Family Farm – transitional strawberries using organic farming practices- Albion, Monterey, Sweet Ann. Conventional blueberries- Duke, Blue crop, Reka, Legacy, Elliot. Farm fresh cut flowers- Dahlias; over 25 different varieties.

Wendy Mossman – Crocheted rugs from repurposed cotton or wool. Market bags. Hot pads and coasters. Misc. succulents in quaint containers. Misc. repurposed glass jars. Wash cloths, soap bags, crocheted cotton bath sets.

Betty Seguin –  Stone fruit from Eastern WA. Maybe local corn and/or Yakima watermelons, in season. Tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, summer squash, etc.

Jenny Modaffari – Homegrown flowers.

Mimi’s Garden –  soap, creams, lotions, salves, bedding plants, flowers, berries and hopefully beautiful fresh vegetables. Additional skin products, jewelry and aprons

Slow Art Studio –  Hand bound recycled book art journals, leather journals, block print cards & papers, original illustrated cards, coloring, walnut ink, handmade papers…all original, of course!

Evergreen Handmade—The Cruising Sailor’s Solutions LLC –  We make and sell handmade natural and vegan laundry soap as well as other household products like hand soaps, scented room sprays and lotions.
Leading Stone LLC –  Produce and flowers, and foraged wild mushrooms and greens (like nettle and chickweed).

Lozano Farms –  Berries, and some veggies a side. Our produce is picked every morning for better quality. Certified organic.

Whitehorse Dahlias and Wood Works – Dahlia bouquets in vases, in season. Handmade cutting boards, boxes, and tables.

Cedar Plank Seafoods – Direct from the fisherman, halibut and black cod.

Scents of Wellbeing – Quality is our number one priority when it comes to essential oils. We use a combination of organic and non-organic, unsprayed/untreated essential oils, from small-batch distillers & family-owned farms whenever possible. We believe the energy of a plant can be carried in the essential oil, and so affects the healing capability if the oil produced. Therefore, we blend each and every product with the intentions of health & abundance.

Allen Berry  – Handcarved utensils using local wood and no electric tools.

Uy Family – Cards, including pop-up, quilted coloring books, notepads.

Bento – Japanese cuisine.

D’LIGHTVILLE USA –  Handcrafted sewn items including handbags, baby items, aprons, table runners and throw pillows.

Corner Pub – House fried potato chips, salad, slaw, chowder, BBQ pork sandwich, smoked brisket sandwich, iced tea, lemonade, Mexican bottled Coke.

Blanchard Mt Farm – Local produce.

Bellingham Pasta – Fresh local pasta and sauces.

NW Green Farm – Local produce.

Bruce Bowen’s Bees – Local raw honey.

Hart Farm and Homestead – Local produce.

Kittynitz –  Felted slippers, mittens and hats.

Brush Dancer –  Lotions, perfumes, scrubs, massage oils. My prices are a reflection of my love of creating, (that means I keep them very reasonable, so I can keep on doing what I enjoy!) Cards, an art canvas or two now and then. I make jewelry, clay art and dream-catchers.

Poseidon’s Chest, PNW –  Small polymer clay figures and necklaces with small figures inside of minibottles. I also make trinket dishes and hermit crab figures made with shells from Samish.

Dan Sweaney Glass – Affordable art glass birds and hearts, etc.

Spoons to Rings – Jewelry made from antique silverware.

Sally by the Sea – Hand-screened kitchen towels and metal art.

JuneBug Ferments – Seasonal varieties of sauerkraut, fermented beet & fruit kvass drinks.

Buck Striegel –  Hand thrown, functional pottery intended for everyday use:
plates, bowls, pitchers, vases, jars, etc.

Diane Sherman – Handmade dishcloths/trivets/cat frisbees. Recycled fabric kitchen and garden aprons. Project/storage bags sewn with recycled fabric. Potted ornamental garden plants.
















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