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Are you an artist interested in applying to be a vendor at the 2015 Great Lakes Folk Festival? Please read the information below to determine whether your work fits the focus of our festival.
Capital Area Lace Makers (CALM): An international organization dedicated to bobbin lace making.
April D. Bates: Surface design on recycled clothing.
St. Stephen's AllOccasionAprons: Traditional aprons.
Henna by Design: Fun henna tattoos!
Silver Talisman: Handmade sterling silver and copper jewelry.
The Beauty of Pandau: Hmong reverse applique.
Weener Ware: Bottle cap jewelry
NYAKA AIDs Orphans Project: Woven baskets and jewelry made by grandmothers from Uganda in support of a non profit organization.
Soulful Earth Herbals: Natural herbal remedies.
Ana's Jazzy Art: Patriotic flags
Made With Fire: Lampworked glass, pendants, marbles and beads
Caina Tea: Authentic Chinese tea and demonstrations
Traditional Necessities: Traditional made brooms, bowls, spoons and other household items
Gypsy Rose Studios: Eco-art and other jewelry
MOHLOM: Scrap glass turned into night-lights, cabinet knobs, and jewlry
Finding Peacock: Jewelry and wall art from found animal bones
Fringeartist: Art created from handmade felt, beads, buttons and other embellishments
Sue Myers: Pictures, scarves, and cat caves out of fiber
Ron Roland: Art created from recycled goods and different kinds of paints
The Adoration: Handmade paper goods
Whimsical Wit: State inspired home and gift products created from recycled clothing
Caitilin Soderstrom: Hand and machine sewn clothing and plush Mouthy Monsters
Ryan Taylor: Ceramics stamped with mid west decoration
Minnie Wabanimkee: Photojournalism
Henry Tschetter: Hand-made brooms