Makers Market and Garage Sale

Just want to thank all the people that came last year to the Makers Market events.  We got many positive comments from both vendors and customers.  


Looking forward to an even better 2021.




First Saturday of the month
March to December

Next Date: 03/06/2021

Public Time: 9:30am to 1:00 pm


Sustainable Future Center


201 Ogle Ave.

Knoxville, TN 37920



Public:   Free

 Donations appreciated. 

March Vendors

1 Frank Harvey

Metal sculpture, Fractal Wood Burnings, Trivets, Serving Boards. Mostly up cycled materials

2 Ame Houston

I’m a painter from Metro Detroit (moved to Knox two years ago). I will be bringing along some acrylic paintings (nature themed) on both wooden slabs and canvas. As well as some block printed shirts.


3 Coulis Beard Company, LLC 

Offers premium beard care products that nourish the skin underneath the beard, eliminate beard itch, keep the beard hair moisturized and promotes an overall healthier growth.

Shawnry Baker

4 Karolina Trejos

Natural Soy wax candles and wax melts. Scented and Hand-poured in Knoxville


5 Heather Howell

Unique home decor & old fashioned quilling.

March Vendor Registration

Past Vendors

6 Rose Albers


I will have aprons and little girl purses and bowl cozies. I will also have items for Mother's Day gifts.

Deedra Blevins 


Hey y’all!  My name’s Deedra. I have been making and selling my Crunchy products for several years and love sharing my passion for clean living with those around me.


April Law 


Macrame & herbal products

Holly Walden 


I am so happy to be included at the market this year. Me and my husband Billy have three boys. We live here in south Knox and are happy to raise our boys here. I have always love crafting so I am so excited to open our own business so one day I can do it full time! We create mostly using wood but I’ve been learning acrylic also. 

Ann Jefferson

Description: Sustainable Fabric Workshop — come buy (cheap) fabric remnants and get free scraps to “upcycle” clothing and material. Join the Workshop on Saturdays where we share ideas for remaking clothing and making creative projects that use recycled fabric and keep it out of the garbage.

Amy Albers

 upcycled art for the garden or other sundries

Jill Wells

Home crafted soaps, lotions, salves bath salts etc. Natural ingredients with no artificial fragrances or colorants.

Katharine Emlen


 Fine art photography featuring scenes from Knoxville and macro photos paired with poems.


Casey Guatafson

People call me Casey.  I'm from a little bit of everywhere but currently reside in knoxville.  I have stories...  unbelievable but true. I don't think I can define myself and that's what it is.


Currently I make shirts!


Lots of them!

Yarntastic by Pam

Unique knit and crochet creations. Cotton dishcloths, swoofers, reusable market bags, gift bags, headwraps, ear warmers and much, much more.  Stop by and check it out.

Rose Shelor

I have always drawn, painted and written stories. In February, I transitioned to teaching online instead of in the classroom and I turned to art as my way to process life. As a child, my dad would take me on lots of nature walks and teach me how to identify birds and trees. As a kid, I thought that was a really boring activity, but now as an adult, I find myself turning to painting birds and leaves and other nature items as something that's really calming, grounding, and close to my heart. I take my paintings and drawings and turn them into prints, greeting cards, and stickers. I also take commissions if someone has a favorite bird or wants a painting of their pet. 

Etsy  Instagram

Linnea Boogades

 Lovingly refurbished vintage windows from Knoxville’s Oakwood-Lincoln Park neighborhood.

Erin Collins

Handmade ceramic paint palettes and water cups as well as handmade natural watercolors. 


Anne Freels

corn shuck kitchen witches, herbal soaps and vintage odds and ends.


I am a teaching artist with an art studio at Studios North in the 4th and Gill neighborhood. I work in and teach classes in mixed media and ink techniques. For this Maker Market I will have for sale 8” inked stone tiles, and mixed media works.

Elizabeth Kidder

An illustrator, writer, and art teacher in Knoxville, TN. I’ll be selling prints, coloring books, novels, tote bags, and more featuring my artwork, along with other geeky household decor and accessories. 

 Mandy C.

plant art and some items from my vast vintage goods collection

7 Sarah Jones

T shirts, cups, keychains. Using my Cricut maker


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