Art & Crafts
Fine art and crafts are an important part of EFM’s mission — supporting local artists and craftsmen. Art and crafts vendors include:
Be Love Succulents – GUEST VENDOR: 5/8, 5/15, 6/5, 6/19, 7/10, 7/24, 8/14, 8/28, 9/11, 9/25, 10/9, 10/23
What started out as an interest, became a hobby/obsession for Rhonda Welz and is now a small entrepreneurship. She brings her unique succulent arrangements to EFM using re-purposed items as planters. Succulents are low maintenance and add a variety of looks to a container garden and Rhonda’s unique containers will make a beautiful addition to your home or for a special gift.
Stewartsville, NJ 08886
Heart Beet Studios – GUEST VENDOR: 5/1, 6/5, 6/26, 7/10, 8/7, 8/28, 9/4, 10/2, 10/30, 11/6, 11/13
Artist Emma Rimi’s work reflects environments and snippets of real life experiences isolated on a white clay body. The imagery she draws on pots are small scenes and day dreams of personal growth moments. Emma says, “I love the feelings that manifest out of comfortable situations, uncomfortable environments, and vice-versa. I enjoy taking those encounters out of context, analyzing each circumstance, and illustrating them on my wares.”
House With Heart – GUEST VENDOR: 12/4 & 12/11
Scarves, bracelets, and soft toys created by women in Nepal. House with Heart is a charity that provides a home for abandoned children as well as an education center for impoverished women and children in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Knecht – GUEST VENDOR: 5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29
Knecht is the premier laser cutting studio of the brand experience industry. They use precision cutting tools, traditional craft sensibility and an expert level of design communication in all their projects. Check out their laser-cut garden markers!
Mayamam Weavers – GUEST VENDOR: 12/4, 12/11, 12/18
Mayamam Weavers create handwoven home goods and accessories for modern living, inspired by the rich colors and patterns and traditional weaving techniques of Mayan culture. As well as beautiful, our products are soft 100% cotton, and durable enough for everyday use.
They began in 2008 as a cooperative of women in Cajolá, a Mayan town in the western highlands of Guatemala. To overcome poverty, the women came together to explore ways to provide jobs within their community, rather than migrate to the U.S. and separate their families. Since then, then cooperative has grown to 20 weavers and seamstresses, all earning fair trade wages while learning the skills to run a business.
Mayamam Weavers in the U.S. is based in Morristown, NJ. We are proud members of the Fair Trade Federation.
50 Cutler Street
Morristown, NJ 07960
Mud & Maker – GUEST VENDOR: 5/1, 5/22, 6/12
Stephanie Premich blends multiple techniques and mediums into handcrafted and original one-of-a-kind pieces of pottery. Living and working in rural Pennsylvania, she is inspired by her natural surroundings and people she meets – many pieces include elements of playful design, blending a colorful rustic aesthetic with just the right amount of snarky wit. “We believe each day is unique – just like every piece of pottery we make.
6 South Centre Street
Pottsville PA 17901
Neil’s Sharpening Service – GUEST VENDOR: May 22, 2nd Saturdays June to December
Neil Jacob says, “I am in the business of sharpening,” so when you need to ‘get sharp’ Neil’s your guy! Bring your knives, scissors, garden loppers, garden shears, rotary lawn mower blades, reel mower blades, hair clippers, animal clippers, axes & hatchets, planes, drill bits, circular saw blades, chain saw chains (and the list goes on) to EFM. Check out Neil’s website for more information on pricing and services.
411 Church Street
Ambler PA 19002
Scottie Carpentry – GUEST VENDOR: December 11 & 18
Hardwood cutting boards, cheese boards, wine stoppers, cheese knives and herb strippers all made by Erin Hudson of Scottie Carpentry. She uses locally sourced walnut, hard maple, and black walnut woods from friends and family in Bath and Northampton County, PA to create her intricate products. Erin learned her woodworking skills from her father and turns her therapeutic process into beautiful and functional pieces for everyday life.
The Pretty Everything – GUEST VENDOR: 5/15, 6/19, 7/17, 8/21
The Pretty Everything, which includes the Pretty Masks, was created by a mother and daughter in Bucks County Pennsylvania. The Pretty Everything is a collection of handmade items for home and gifting. Home textiles such as napkins, tablecloths, aprons and more beautiful items for those who love to entertain. The Pretty Everything uses vintage fabrics and upcycled and sustainable items, so each item is unique and collectible.
All masks are 100% cotton, dual layer, with a filter pocket and adjustable elastic. Everything is designed and made in our studios in Bucks County. Shop small!
Up Cycle Candles – GUEST VENDOR: 8/7, 8/28, 9/11, 10/9, 10/30
Up Cycle Candles are 100% Soy Wax candles made with Cotton Wicks and Fragrance / Essential Oils. Our vessels are “upcycled” items from local thrift stores and estate sales and we use green cleaning products through every step of our process. We also have a line of tins and glass jars that can be “upcycled” after use. Each candle is infused with dried flowers from local herb farms.