The Lady in Black
Corsetry, Hats, shoes, fans and Gowns for M'Lady
Feast your eyes upon silks and linens, fine accoutrements for nobles to merchants.
Henna By Sabah
Come see the ancient art of henna,
enjoy the aroma of age old oils in this heavenly fragranced mix, and get yours at faire this season!
Get a preview of her wonderful work
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Hand Woven By Design
Not only does she weave beautiful and functional baskets for your faire, home or gift giving needs but she does demonstrations on this ancient art all day!
Any cooks dream! This wonderful space has mixes for everything from true Irish soda bread and English scones to herbed dipping sauces and tasty jams. Be sure to stop by and get a sample!
The Copper Kettle Tea Bar
These wonderful folks will be sponsoring our fairy tea, but be sure to stop by their space and purchase aromatic teas and such to take home or get a hot cup to enjoy at faire!
Viking Leather Works and L & L Whips
Leather work from ages past, Carved, Stamped colored and hand stitched in unique and ancient patterns. The ancient art of hand braided whips lives!
Not to miss demonstrations here!
Silver Sword and Stone
Master merchant man Victor and his lovely lady Thai are veterans of over 250 faires, and festivals!
Being faire travelers for many a year, and a Master Craftsman in his own right, their goods whether bought, bartered, or hand designed and fabricated, be it jewelry, edged weapons and their accessories, you will find their market space is not to be missed!
Mistress Ashleigh Scribewell can turn
your special moments into everlasting treasures with her amazing calligraphy. A personalized love letter or anniversary or birthday wishes, get them here. While showcasing the assorted art
and artisans of the group. Painters, writers, sword dancers, actors, and artists of all kinds, you will find here.
Two Snakes Apothecary and Jewelry
TwoSnakes Oils, Apothecary and More. All my products are handmade by me and my family. We use 100% all natural products and high grade essential oils in all the apothecary and healing products. All jewelry and metal craft can special ordered and designed. The Whitfield Clan can be found at several faires from Texas to Alabama.
The Kingdom of Dragon Croft offers an amazing festival shopping experience!
Shopping includes everything from hand crafted soaps and lotions, to blown glass, wood work, baskets, jams and jellies, dipping sauces, hand woven goods and bags, swords, from wooden to steel, clothing, leather work and so much more
Please enjoy this partial list.
Check back often as we are adding more all the time!
Mistress Kara and her friends have hands on demonstrations of the ancient art of coil pottery and wood firing!
Stop in and see their beautiful collection and get your hands dirty!!
If you wish the most fabulous hair in the kingdom, you must go upon entry to see the talented Master Michael. His fingers are indeed enchanted and it is said that the Queen herself has worn his braids!
The little shop with a bit of everything
Sir Chester, a valiant knight who earned his family's bread and gave good service to his country, for many a year. But as with many a knight, alas, he never gained great honors nor won often at jousting. Never the less, his family was provided for. Came the day when Sir Chester became aged and could no more stand the rigors of the march, nor stay afield to train others. Since in this land no one receives sustenance for doing nothing, a solution needed be found! It had become known through the years that Sir Chester had gained a mastery over wood, and although siege towers and catapults he would no longer create, there were many another wonderous thing for his skill, some of which are the sturdy Royal thrones scattered thru-out our kingdom. His wife, Dame Judith and their last child at home the Maid Lynn, are known well in all the seven realms for their fabulous needlecraft. These two fine ladies have made clothing for man, woman, child and beast as well as for the castle itself, although they usually leave beading and other embellishments to the guilds. As many persons in the village benefit from good serviceable, and comfortable clothing it was recognized that the skills of this talented family were of great use to the kingdom. Through the beneficence of our good King and Queen, this small family was given leave to have a booth at our yearly faire, to sell their wares. A special boon from the craft guilds was granted as they were mixed artisans. Here you will be encouraged to try on, inquire about the crafts or buy, if you please. You may find the ladies hard at work on their next project but they most gladly give instruction and if there be a lull they may even let you try your hand at needlecraft while visiting.
Didn't think we would forget grown up armor did you? Hand made armor and shields for the knight about town.
Master Gene and Mistress Bev's tent is a veritable bazar of interest, you may find an enchanted bit of everything here.
The finest Elven Chain in the land
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Travelers Wooden Treasures
Beautiful hand crafted wooden mugs, bowls platters and more. Be sure to catch his foot lathe demonstrations as well
The lovely Mistress Mandy and friends will have you and your child all ready for your meeting with the fairies, they LOVE sparkles you know! Fairy make-up and face painting, wings and fairy dust.
A wonderful mix of crafts from wind chimes to woven belts it truly is "enchanted"
Be sure to catch their Inkle Weaving demonstrations!
Flea Hop Pottery.
Mistress Chris will have many new and lovely designs to choose from for your feast and pottery ware pleasure.
And is always happy to speak with you about custom orders. You can find her wonderful shop at the top of the jousting field.
Be sure to visit their site at www.Fleahoppottery.com
Retriever Soap Works
Mistress Erden and Master Merry are masters of their craft.
Their wonderful soaps, lotions and balms have become known throughout the seven kingdoms and are sought after throughout the Alabama and Florida Gulf Coast. Using the milk from their own herd of goats, all of their soaps are made by hand using only natural food grade vegetable oils. Wonderful aromas come from the addition of scented oils distilled from plants. Colors may come from the natural ingredients while others are created by using botanicals and minerals. Of course any other additives like herbs, oatmeal, or egg are natural! If you plan well, you may see Mistress Pat at a milking demonstration or Master Merry telling the tale of soapmaking. Be sure to plan a stop at their market stall, meet the goats and the good artisans that keep them.
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Mistress Pat and Master Merry are on hand to answer all your questions about medieval soap making!
Their beard oil is known across the 7 realms. Be sure to stop by and see this seasons unique offerings.
And don't forget the Beard Contest on Saturday & Sunday afternoons - judged by the lovely ladies of Chaste Treasure!