The April event went great! We got so much positive feedback about the music and food.
Alex will be at the grill again. Check out the music lineup. We have also increased the number of vendors.
First Saturday of the month
March to December
Next Date: 05/01/2021
Public Time: 10 am to 2:00 pm
201 Ogle Ave.
Knoxville, TN 37920
1 Amy Reed
Ribbon Wreaths by Amy. Born and Raised in South Knoxville.
I make wreaths from Ribbon,, Burlap, Fabric with signs and flowers.. Holidays, custom, kids, theme. Unique items. Custom orders can be placed. Price points $20 to $60.
2 Cam Walt
All custom one of a kind. Made with the highest quality materials & gemstones.
3 Heather Howell
Possum Fairy - quilled jewelry & other unique creations.
5 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.
6 Courtney Lozano
Traveling Apothecary with premium bagged loose leaf teas, herbs, personal care products, and tea accessories, plus ready-to-drink teas and tea lattes. Always non-GMO, and Organic and Fair Trade whenever possible. Herbalist + Woman-owned.
7 Megan Jewell The Plant Trolley
The Plant Trolley is a mobile plant shop created with love by Megan Jewell. Our goal is to find the perfect tropical or rare plant for your space that will thrive & look great. While it will always have an abundance of ever-changing tropical houseplants, we’ll always have natural handmade soaps that change with the seasons. Stop by & see what’s in stock!
9 Katharine Emlen
The Poetry of Nature, beautiful, colorful, nature stationary, featuring greeting cards, postcards, and art magnets?
11 Bob Farmer
The maker of soaps, salves, and ointments for skin treatment
Diane O’Neill. 2021/04
I do mainly baby stuff, but I do have shawls and afghans. I also do custom crochet orders.
1 Mandy Carris
Plant art and some items from my vast vintage goods collection
3 Debbie Meritsky
Small batch, gluten/grain-free organic granola, custom blends available. Also repurposed art made into jewelry, stained glass, mixed media. Help keep all good things out of the dump and making art accessible!
4 Frank Harvey
Metal sculpture, Fractal Wood Burnings, Trivets, Serving Boards. Mostly up cycled materials
5 Maryann Loiacono
Handmade copper, silver-plated, and polymer clay pendants, earrings, and key chains.
7 Catie Hein-Carter
I am a Knoxville crochet artisan who has created unique handmade wood and cotton yarn pieces for many years! I love my city, and I love my craft.
To the market, I'll be bringing basket wall art, plant hangers, skincare and beauty items, and Freezer Teethers!
8 Kayla Koval KK’s Happy Home Remedies
Offering a large variety of fully customizable 100% Natural and Organic products. Find Remedies for physical ailments, emotional distress, pet care, cleaning products, candles and so much more! Add in or opt-out specific ingredients to ensure your product is exactly what you want!
I also offer a safe and fun play center for kids of all ages! With many play activities including Bounce Castles, Art Centers, Bubble Machines & Wands, Music, Play Tents and Crawl Tubes, Ball Pit, and much more.
12 Deborah Ogle
Lola Bee Soap Co.
At Lola Bee Soap Co., we handcraft:
*Pretty soap & lotion bars for your lovely skin, luxurious and enriched products loaded with premium ingredients like Shea Butter for a punch of moisture, Honey, Milks, Beeswax, and so much more.
*We also make hand-rolled 100% Beeswax candles.
14 Paul Burke. Art prints and Novels.
Trace is a bounty hunter who specializes in capturing fugitive Shape Shifters, whether it’s the ones that kill farmer’s livestock or the ones that feed on people. Sometimes it’s the monsters who love killing for the sake of killing.
When that happens, they call on Trace. It was just a job until they took his daughter. In his search to bring her back, he discovers a world of covert government programs, his own dark family history, and an ancient Shape Shifter who has a natural talent for espionage.
12 Ann Jefferson Sustainable Fabric Workshop
We recycle & upcycle all that fabric that would otherwise end up in the landfill. Come buy (cheap!) or take (free scraps) some of the fabric that's been donated to us, and see/buy the products we've turned from something destined to be thrown "away" (wherever that is) into something that's pretty and functional. Got some fabric you don't want? Bring it to donate to us. We'll share it with the community.
16 Rose Albers
I will have bowl cozies and trivets, masks plus aprons, coasters, and other fabric items. Great Mother’s Day gifts.
17 Larissa Merritt
QUILTED blankets I have sewn.
QUILTED lap blankets
HAND-COLORED and framed illustrations
HAND PAINTED small plaster village cottages and shops
19 Rainey Fox and Greg Johnson
Dharmawood is a small Vestal-based business run by Rainey Fox and Greg Johnson. They utilize locally salvaged Appalachian hardwoods and pine cones collected in the Pacific North West to create unique jewelry, kitchen utensils, cutting boards, and other items.
20 Kendall Bruner
Daddy Chains is hand-made, gender-neutral jewelry that is designed to make anyone who wears it feel like a badass. Most of my pieces are versatile and offer many ways to wear them! I am also an artist and will be selling some of my acrylic canvas paintings as well! !
21 Kathleen Sutton
Practical Art by KS. Handmade, one-of-a-kind watercolor greeting cards and bookmarks. A mom and cancer thriver from the pacific northwest enjoying the slower way of life here in Knoxville.
Libby Morgan 2021/04
The Rivers of Tennessee, an original river watersheds map, is being offered for sale to support the work of Conservation Fisheries, Inc. (CFI).
Since 1986, CFI has worked to support the conservation of more than 70 species of listed and other “at-risk” fishes in the eastern U.S., from New York to Florida, and as far west as Missouri. The staff at CFI have demonstrated an ability to consistently develop protocols in their hatchery to produce individuals for reintroduction projects to prevent extinction or to recover endangered or threatened species.
The Rivers of Tennessee was designed by Knoxville graphic artist Libby Morgan. The limited signed and numbered original edition of the print is 22-inch by 9-inch on paper, and is accompanied by an essay from author and spoken-word performer Jack Rentfro, also from Knoxville.
Kat Itz Big Bright Circle Botanicals 2021/04
Handcrafted herbal medicine.
The ingredients in these herbal formulas have a unique wisdom to share. Each little bottle is carefully crafted with the purest of intentions and carries powerful medicine meant to help you come closer to your most.
Daniel Shultz. 2021/04
Super Tactile Toys
2021/04 Lorie Matthews Happy JACK Creations
Happy JACK Creations is owned by Lorie Matthews, a pet lover in Downtown Knoxville with a happy, little dog named Jack. Jack was the inspiration to begin making slip-on dog bandanas. Collars slip easily through an opening at the top of the bandanas.
2021/04 Christinea Beane
I believe a penny is a metaphor for EVERYTHING in life: faith, luck, sharing, communication, evolution, forgiveness, identity, rejection, etc..
Inspired by a person's unique story, I create jewelry to provide a safe place for open conversation. The penny reminds.
2021/04 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.
Ame Houston 03/06
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.
Sarah Jones 03/06
T shirts, cups, keychains. Using my Cricut maker
Amy Albers 03/06
Homemade sweet herbal syrups, a unique addition to your drinks and meals
Messy Nessi 03/06
A glorified tinkerer, I craft products using various media such as polymer clay, high flow acrylics, stretched canvas, paper, and upcycled objects like reclaimed leather and wood, as well as pieces otherwise considered trash. A graduate of the Sustainability program at UT.
Lillian Lovingood 03/06
Artwork, prints, greeting cards, stickers, and bandanas.
Lisa Lay - Muddy Water Farm 03/06
We are a mother/daughter duo that specialize in home baked mini bundts , cookies and candy. We also have a beef cattle farm in Monroe county that we raise registered Shorthorn and Shorthorn Plus beef cattle with the emphasis on the cattle being grown on lush grasses and finished the last 90 days on grain. We used to own and operate an organic dairy farm and sold the dairy cows a year ago to go all beef, although we no longer have our USDA organic certificate we still raise our beef by organic standards with no growth hormones, no antibiotics. We take pride in producing a high quality, lean beef for our consumers. We are USDA inspected and permitted to sell beef by the state of Tennessee.
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.
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.
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.
Home crafted soaps, lotions, salves bath salts etc. Natural ingredients with no artificial fragrances or colorants.
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! 2020-11-23
Lovingly refurbished vintage windows from Knoxville’s Oakwood-Lincoln Park neighborhood.
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.