CRAFTERS


Clay and Crochet artist based in Cincinnati, OH.  

Wheel thrown and Slip casted ceramic pieces with handmade glazes.


From cutting boards to cutting blocks, Chestnut Street Market has grown from creating imaginative natural recipes to visualizing the love of the garden through handprinted textile and paper goods.

Guided by a broad palate, we fuse hand-drawn illustrations of unique produce with hand-pulled printmaking techniques to create interesting visual flavors and textures for all of our products.

Chestnut Street makes everything in small batches from our home in Cincinnati. To achieve our products' uniqueness, it may take from two to four weeks to develop by hand and deliver, making every print worth your patience.


""I have been gardening and crafting for as long as I can remember. I specialize in garden art and functional pieces made from stoneware pottery. I have also been creating garden pieces such as hypertufas, garden bricks, mushrooms and stepping stones from concrete for several years. The gardenhouse studio is located on our 18 acre hobby farm near Kings Island amusement park in Maineville, Ohio. Please contact me to organize workshops for your group or club."

 

 
 

The Swift Arrow is a Cincinnati based, female owned and operated buisness that strives to create pieces that proudly showcase a local spirit of Cincinnati.

 "We are a customer-focused comapny established in 2015 in Cincinnati, Ohio that offers eye-catching and customizabel home decor as well as a variety of children's decor and apparel pieces."


"We have always followed a creative path, we just didn't realize it would lead us to create our own metal works business. We started out in 2011 with a plasma cutter and a dream that we hoped would turn into something spectacular. Since then we have grown on so many levels, there's always a new creation around the corner."


Aaron is a recent Wittenberg University graduated who began a career in the geology field till he became a Dad. His little helper Mia loves going out to help get supplies. His first piece was made for his wife who also graduated from Wittenberg, the piece was made from the soil of places on campus that meant things to them.

 

Greg Matsey grew up in St. Leon, Indiana with a passion for art and design. Today he lives in Bridgetown, Ohio with his wife and their three children. In his spare time, Greg develops graphics along with painting local scenes, sports themes, pets and a variety of other subjects.


"I founded Barbara's Atlas Oils in 2009 while living in Morocco.  I was introduced to Argan Oil and fell in love with the skin loving carrier oil,  its uses and history.  My philosophy is simple:  If I personally would not use the product or use it on one of my three children I will not sell it."


"I  make wooden animal puzzles for play and display. My designs include several dinosaurs and some living animals as well as several fantasy creatures like dragons and griffins. A beautiful display piece or lay flat for play time."


White Collar Woodsmen was started in the late summer of 2014 when Founder Patrick Gorden discovered it's possible to smell and feel great without spending an arm and a leg.



On a whim fueled by hours of DIY shows, I decided 2009 would be the year I’d make Christmas gifts. I am not by nature a crafty person, so this was big. The result: simple oatmeal soaps in holiday-themed cello bags. They were a hit.


For the last decade, Megan Fenno has been designing and creating accessories under the name FENNOfashion. With a degree in fashion & accessory design from Savannah College of Art & Design, Megan mixed her dream of owning her own business with her love for accessories.

Over the years, Megan has particpated in over 200 events across the Tri-State, has an online boutique and also has her accessories in a handful of boutiques around the great state of Ohio.

Read more about Megan here: https://meganfenno.com/pages/about


Quality. Craftsmanship. Passion.  These are the tenets of our business and the very things that define who we are.  In a world where throw away has become the norm, we exist to make the exceptional.  Products made in a time honored and thoughtful way.  This is not an easy process but one that we feel is owed to our heritage and history.  

Once upon a time, products were made and not just produced.  


Lindsey Alicia Klump is the maker behind Handmade in Cincinnati.  She is an artist living and working in Cincinnati, Ohio who creates each piece by hand, focusing mostly on hand built vessels out of stoneware.

Lindsey earned her BFA from the University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning with a focus in painting and photography.  As her art practice shifted and changed, she gravitated towards clay for its organic content and malleability.  She is currently working on her MA in Art Education. 

Each pot is handbuilt and one of a kind. This new work focuses on simple forms that play with the combination of matte glaze and surface design.  All wares are food, dishwasher, and microwave safe! 


Little Hiker Bird is a brand of button pins and magnets founded by Carol Patton in 2017. Carol is a graduate of Ringling College of Art + Design and currently lives in Dayton, Ohio. She enjoys the outdoors, camping, and hiking, which is a big inspiration in her work.

All Little Hiker Bird buttons feature Carol's original illustrations and are personally handmade. She prints, cuts, presses, and packages each button order in her studio. They make wonderful gifts for every time of the year.


I love baking and coming up with new receipes to try for my family and our two rescue pitbulls. I always try to use the freshest ingredients and whenever possible I use what I grow in my garden.


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Samantha handcrafts silver jewelry and beaded jewelry using intricate techniques like handknotting, bead weaving, and wire wrapping. All silver jewelry is hand-soldered, and the natural gemstones are also set by hand.


MR.BANTIQUES

 Antique Seller. {Selling my dad's antique collection} Story Collector. {I ask my customers to share a story} Story Teller. {I share them here}


The Good Boy Foundation is a non-profit that provides items and services to childhood cancer patients and their families.

Our mission is to be present in the lives of children fighting pediatric cancer, to share positivity and smiles in whatever way they need, and encourage them to never give up.


Classes/groups available in: Yoga, Guided Meditation, Transformational Life Coaching, Natural Skin Care, Essential Oils, Women's Defense/Fighting


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Helping provide awesome natural, hand made and hand painted toys for all children.


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OldSoulsWoodWorking is a joint effort between myself, Brandon, and my partner-in-crime, Jessye. We both find joy and relaxation in woodworking and crafting in general.  This shop is a way for us to share our efforts with the rest of the world, in hopes that you will enjoy our items as much as we enjoyed making them.


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Handcrafted items for you and your home ranging from baby accessories to throw blankets!


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Hand cut spoons, forks, and knives to make unique jewelry.