Rose & Marlene

Address: Loveland, OH
Phone: N/A
Email: roseandmarlenecrafts@gmail.com
Website: N/A
Facebook Site: Rose & Marlene Facebook Site
Vendor Since: 2022

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About Us:

We are a mother/daughter business. Our great loves are our plants and our pets! Because we do not like the possibility of chemicals and pesticides lurking in our food and yards, we control our process from beginning to end. Our compost is made and blended at home, and every plant we sell has been grown either from seed or division, here at home, by ourselves. We use no chemical pesticides unless they are absolutely necessary. We never use systemics or long-lasting chemicals of any kind, on any of our products. Felted pet toys are made at the kitchen table and our pets enjoy them as much as your pets will. The wool we use is from our own sheep, or from selected, well-kept sheep, sheared by Mom. And because we love our world, we recycle everything we possibly can, mainly pots and trays in which our plants are grown.

Products we sell:
We are always searching for new and useful plants! Microdwarf tomatoes, new to us this year, were grown for the International Space Station, and are full grown and fruiting at twelve inches or less. We search for exciting tomato and pepper varieties (Blue Cream Berries, anyone?) and have a huge variety of heirloom and unusual nonhybrid varieties. We also have a selection of other garden plants, from cucumbers to okra, lettuce and mesclun, and many others including melons.

Pet products are made from wool felt. Cat toys with catnip, a variety of dog toys, and even a ball made to be destroyed (It has many layers of felt, and it takes them days to get to the center) as well as toys for soft mouthed and sore mouthed dogs. All are fully machine washable. Pet beds, and wool frisbees (we even have cat frisbees!) can be used in the house without damaging the house.

Finally, we have our artworks: Hammered copper panels backed by salvaged wood boards, handspun wool yarn (and other fibers such as silk and mohair) and punch needle carpets made from handspun wool yarn.

Our Practices:
We sell nothing that we wouldn’t feel good about giving to our own family and pets. Our compost is safe, if a plant is toxic we will tell you (we have very few toxic plants), and we know about the products we make and grow. We will help you with a plant or pet question regardless of whether you have bought something, and we are always ready to hear a good joke. We’re all in this together, and it’s up to us if we want to make the world a better place!

The Scentery

Email: Cheri@thescentery.us
Website: The Scentery on the Web
Facebook Site: The Scentery on Facebook
Vendor Since: 2021

About Us:
The Scentery is a small home-based business located in Montgomery, Ohio. We are purveyors of aromatics. We specialize in the creation of handcrafted soaps, beauty bars and uniquely scented bath, body and home products.

Products We Sell:
Welcome to The Scentery. We are new to the Montgomery Farmer’s Market and are purveyors of uniquely scented bath, body & home products, including: handcrafted body balms, moisturizers, mousse, shampoo bars, pomades, bath salts, scrubs, exfoliants, body & linen sprays, candles and mosquito repellent . Each batch that we craft is made from scratch using all natural ingredients and no two batches are exactly alike. Every product is created with the specific objective of stirring the senses while beautifying you or your space. Our unique and custom creations are perfect for personal use or gifting.

Our Practices:
The Scentery believes in using sustainable, natural ingredients and practices. We do not support the use of animal testing and try to source local and organic ingredients in the creation of our wonderful products. And because we care about you… Our soaps, shampoos and other products are meant for you and your skin to enjoy for external use only. Please always consult your doctor or qualified health professional should you have any concerns about using our products. If you are allergic or concerned about sensitivity to any of the ingredients in our products, please do not buy or use them.

Want to learn more? Feel free to check out our website, http://www.thescentery.us or visit our Facebook page, The Scentery. We also welcome pre-orders through our website or via Cheri@thescentery.us.

We look forward to meeting you!

Happy Me Designs (Tagua)

Address: 166 Brentwood Place, Fort Thomas, KY 41075
Email: happymedesigns@gmail.com
Website: https://happymedesigns.com/
Facebook Site: https://www.facebook.com/happymedesign/
Phone: (859) 912-3121
Vendor Since: 2019

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About Us:

Our Products:
Our products include earrings, rings, bracelets, necklaces, and figurines.

Most of our products are made from Tagua. Tagua (pronounced TAG-WAH) is a seed from a palm-like tree that grows in the tropical rainforests of Ecuador, Colombia, and Brazil. Also known as the “vegetable ivory” because of its rich ivory color and shiny texture, Tagua discourages the use of actual ivory in jewelry production.

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Fetching Fibers

Address: 4336 Crestview Dr., Lovelend, OH 45140
Email: lauraschwin@hotmail.com
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Phone: (513) 206-6556
Vendor Since: 2019

About Us:
We provide products for people that like handwoven shawls and scarves. Hand made on Rigid Heddle, 4 shaft, and 8 shaft looms.

Our Products
Hand-woven shawls, scarves, and other handmade fiber arts and items.

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RLM Woodworks

Address: 7230 Kranch Ct., Liberty Twp, OH 45044
Email: mahaffey_robert@yahoo.com
Website: https://www.rlmwoodworks.com/
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Phone: (513) 518-2438
Vendor Since: 2017

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About Us:
Robert Mahaffey is a local cabinetmaker, artisan craftsman and proprietor of RLM Woodworks. Robert’s interest in woodworking began years ago, when he was in high school. And though his career path would take him in a different direction, it would be his lifelong passion for woodworking that would eventually lead him back to his first love…working with the splendor of natural woods.

Robert typically works with hardwoods like maple, walnut and cherry because of their beautiful colors and grain patterns. There’s beauty he says, in all of it…in each unique piece of wood which he purchases from local hardwood lumber suppliers. These cutting boards are all handcrafted and each is distinctly one-of- a-kind. Robert loves cooking, grilling, cabinet-making, gardening and hanging out with his two granddaughters. Stop by his booth and meet this modern day Renaissance man.

Products We Sell:
Custom Handmade Cutting Boards

Production Practices:
To create a one of a kind board I must first have a plan of what I want the board to look like. Then you go and select your lumber based on species. I choose to select my lumber from one of two sources. If I’m making a traditional board or lazy susan I will purchase my material from Paxton Lumber. If I’m making a live edge board I will purchase my material from The Ohio Wood Connection. As I am selecting the lumber I look for grain pattern and color. Now it’s time to mill your material and lay it down on a workbench and let the pieces speak to you as to where they will be laid out on the board. Once that is determined it’s time to glue up the pieces. I use Titebond III glue, which is waterproof and food safe. Once the glue has cured (approximately 24 hours) it’s time to sand. Once sanding is complete I apply several coats of mineral oil and beeswax to the traditional and live edge boards. Both the mineral oil and beeswax are food safe as well. Any type of oil, other than mineral oil will cause your board to go rancid. The lazy susan will receive a hard durable varnish finish.

Pine Lane Soaps

Email: info@pinelanesoaps.com
Websitepinelanesoaps.com
Vendor Since: 2010

Pre-OrderPine Lane Soaps

Details: Order and pay one of three ways.

  1. Click the link above to go directly to the website (there is an unavoidable fee, so you will be given an extra soap or small lotion).
  2. Email your order to info@pinelanesoaps.com and send payment via Paypal.
  3. Call Martha at 513-260-4352 with order and credit card number, or text to the same number.

Questions? Contact Martha Enriquez at (513) 260-4352 or info@pinelanesoaps.com

About Us:
Pine Lane Soaps is a small family owned business dedicated to using all natural products for bath and body. We have registered Toggenburg and Saanen dairy goats and our children show them in 4-H.  Our main product is goat’s milk soap.  Located in SouthWestern Ohio, we work together as a family to create many varieties of goat’s milk soap.

Traditional goat milk soaps, lotions and lip balms using milk from their very own beloved dairy goats. These wonderful products are available in many great scents from both Essential Oils and Fragrance Oils. Contain no detergents, preservatives or skin-drying chemicals.

Products We Sell:
Goat’s milk soap, lip balm, lotion, lotion bars, shampoo Bars, Men’s and Women’s shaving bars, Loofa bars, Gardeners Soaps, Lotion sticks, Bug Repellent Sticks, Face Masks, Lip Balm Holders, gift boxes, soap dishes.

Our Practices:

  • All our soaps are made in small batches using milk from our own dairy goats. No pre-made bases.  We use NO water in our soaps.
  • We use only the highest quality oils and butters.   Only natural and gentle ingredients. We use fair trade oils and butters when possible.
  • No harsh chemicals , additives or alcohol is used that can irritate or dry the skin.
  • Naturally occurring glycerin is left in the soap for deep moisturizing.
  • Goats milk adds extra vitamins and minerals to nourish your skin and seal in moisture.  It makes a smooth and creamy lather.

Where Else You Can Find Us:

  • 30 Retail locations in Greater Cincinnati
  • Several festivals and craft shows