Fashion Accessories Exhibitors

 

ragstostitches

Rags to Stitches – Debbie Allbright

Scarves, mittens, hats and baby items made from recycled cashmere and wool sweaters

 reform-school

Reformed School – Peter Gaona

www.etsy.com/shop/ReformedSchool
Pre-tied bow ties and lapel pins made from combinations of recycled/found fabrics and new materials. Adjustable neck bands for adults and children

 gypsy-soul

Gypsy Soul – Sherry Sweeney

www.gypsysoulsherry.etsy.com
Collection of wearable fiber art in bold colors

 heshima-kenya

Heyishima Kenya – Emily Snider

heshimakenya.org
Hand-designed and handmade scarves & textiles by refugee girls in east Africa.  100% of the profits are reinvested in the program.

 lana-vosk

Lana Vosk – Lana Vosk

www.facebook.com/lanavosk
Unique handcrafted knits made from natural fibers

 sapahn

Sapahn – Brooke Mullen

www.sapahn.com
Offering a collection of leather bags, silver jewelry and scarves. Collection sets out to empower women and create sustainable, fair trade for communities

 rebellion-bags

Rebellion Bags – Stephanie Wheat

www.rebellionbags.com
Custom leather handbags to fit you.  Handmade styles in leather, fur and calf skin. Strap options include, studs, crystals or plain.

 image-diary

ImageDiary – Scottie Kersta-Wilson

www.imagediary.com
Silk and chiffon scarves printed with images to tell a personal story of hope, beauty, and bittersweet consequences of war, military life and travel.

 ruthies-garden

Ruthie’s Garden  – Ruthie Maddock

www.ruthiesgarden.com
Combines vintage jewelry and silk flowers to create a one-of-a-kind flower pin that is a piece of art

bemo

BeMo Designs – Becky Mocarski

www.bemodesigns.com
Taking crocheting to the next level of adorable and stylish one hat, purse, scarf or top at a time.

harriets-hides

Harriet’s Hides

harrietshides.com
Hand crafted genuine hair-on cowhide handbags, totes, slings, messenger bags, clutches and accessories. Like my mother, Harriet, who always added an extra special …

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