Activities, Games & Rides


Booth 202

Axe Throw


Booth 407

Bawdy Braids

Booth 36

Big Swing

Booth 208

Braids for Maids

Booth 202

Climb the Monolith


Booth 140



Booth 138

Dragon Swing

Booth 31

Fools Maze


Booth 33

French Braids by Twisted Sisters

Booth 137

Good Shepherd Games


Booth 408



Booth 316



Booth 409

Knife Throw

Booth 204

Kristy King Face Painting


Booth 150

Maharani Mehendi Henna


Booth 315

Maypole Carousel



Morgan Games

Booth 303

Big Strike, Small Strike, Dunk Tank, and The Crow’s Nest

Petting Zoo


Booth 501

Phoenix Henna Body Art


Booth 529

Siege of Tortuga


Booth 142

St. Judes School of Fencing

Booth 212



Booth 206

The Bubble Rollers

Booth M1

Tea with the Queen

Booth F15



Booth 216

Ceramics & Sculpture

Amsbury’s Beads and Ceramics

Booth 23

Crystalline Glaze

Booth 39

Shulps Pottery & Knives

Booth 151

The Ocarina Shop

Booth 406

Yanna Porcelain Sculpture


Booth 416

Clothing & Costumes

Alter Egos

Booth 509

Bullseye Clothing

Booth 119

Hearts Delight Clothiers

Booth 115

Opal Moon Designs

Booth 130


Booth 122

Pandora’s Closet

Booth 104

Pendragon Costumes

Booth 118

Silver Leaf Designs

Booth 126

The Shirtmaker

Booth 117

Tickle Thy Fantasy

Booth 121

Costume, Wagon and Wheelchair Rentals

Belrose Costume Rentals

Booth 8

& Wagons & Wheelchairs! No Reservations

Fine Art

Patrick Morgan – Artisan

Booth 20

Pysanka by Adriana

Booth 511

Red Rabbit Miniatures

Booth 143

Ruth Thompson Fantasy Art

Booth 412

Garlands, Hats & Accessories

Broom Magic

Booth 513

Enchanted Garland

Booth 26

Farthingale Enterprises

Booth 107

Greenman Florals

Booth 17

St. Cuthberts Wool

Booth F16

The Crown and Griffin

Booth 35

Tudor Rose

Booth 18

Wheat Goddesses

Booth 14


Abelman Art Glass

Booth 27

Dragonfly Stained Glass

Booth 12

Mystic Glass

Booth 145

Heraldry & Genealogy


Booth 19


Ananda Trader

Booth 421

Casbah Caravan to Asylum Down

Booth 506


Booth 319

Hmong Needlework

Booth 321

Umbrella Cart

Booth 157

White Llama

Booth 521


Autumn Gypsy Studios

Booth 149

Azalai Turaeg Jewelry

Booth 508

Benitez Jewelers

Booth 428

Bone Pins

Booth 101-A

Coin Strike

Booth 22

Fleur du Jour

Booth 424

Jewelry by Da’oud

Booth 430

Maraya Jewellry Art

Booth 418

Pale Moon Enterprises

Booth 422

Puzzle Rings

Booth 426

Fine Celtic Puzzle Rings and Jewelry in Silver and Gold

Puzzle Rings Cart

Booth 101B

Fine Celtic Puzzle Rings and Jewelry in Silver and Gold

RI – Dressed History

Booth 21

Silver Shamrock

Booth 304

Single Tree

Booth 124

The Artofactory

Booth 420

Uncommon Adornments

Booth 434


Bad Hatter Dude

Booth 124

Bad Hatter Dude Cart



Booth 119

Luna Pelle

Booth 134

One Oak Leather

Booth 312

Osborn Leather

Booth 109

Spirit of the Forest

Booth 139

Tower of London

Booth 120

Under the Mango Tree

Booth 404

Metal, Coins & Pewter


Booth 426

Balena Bay Pewter


Fellowship Foundry

Booth 125

McPherson Knives

Booth 312

Money Changers: Ancient Coins

Booth 432

Oso Forge

Booth 310


Booth 410

Three Sheets Metal Designs

Booth 16



Booth 514

Cards by Catharae

Both 510

Soothsayer Share

Booth 512

Perfumes, Soaps, Oils and Incense

Bell Star Oils & Incense

Booth 103/105

Blythe Spirits

Both 28

Themed & Fantasy

Amsbury’s The Heart & The Skull

Booth 25

Big Hat Pirates

Booth 111

Creative Fairy Memories

Booth 311

Hearts Delight Emporium

Booth 136

Imaginarium Galleries

Booth 29

PuimaMia Elf Ears & Fairy Dust

Booth 302

The Ortfaerie

Booth 402

Whirlwood Wands

Booth 147


Root & Twig

Booth 135

Sword & Shield

Booth 10

Trader’s Market

Rag & Bones

Booth 146

Spice Traders Teas

Booth 517

Wood, Stone, Leather & Bone

Walking Woods

Booth 108

Wassail Horns

Booth 24

Wild Vines Woodworking

Booth 106

Wood, Stone, Leather & Bone

Booth 232

Badger Creek

Booth 141

Inner Beast Leather

Booth 128

Madera Cup Company

Booth 138

Nativearth/Olde Soles

Booth 113

New World Mugs and Woods

Booth 523

Sev’s Wood Crafts

Booth 32

Visiting Artists

Arriving April 9 & 10, 2016

Ashes of Arcadia

Shannon Morgan
April 9-10, 2016

Shannon Morgan is an anthropologist seeking to create wearable works of art that can be adapted into the identity of the wearer. Masks are commonly thought of as a way to hide one’s identity, but it is quite the opposite! By putting on a second skin you can communicate to the world what your interests are, thereby showing more of your true self. With a background in graphic design, Shannon draws all of her art digitally and uses a laser to cut and etch the masks. She forms the mask to her face and adds embellishments with dye, paint, feathers, horns, jewels, and more.

“Et in Arcadia ego” is a Greek proverb that translates to “Even in Arcadia, there I am”. There are many interpretations, one of which suggests that the saying suggests the importance of every individual life, and that all who have passed on were once alive and unique, with an individual identity.

Briar & the Rose Custom Designs

Jeff Teel
April 9-10, 2016

Jeff Teel is an award winning formally trained jeweler and graduate from the world re-known Gemological Institute of America. Every piece is hand fabricated out of Sterling Silver and unique genuine gemstones. Each piece is one of a kind and not mass produced. Some traditional and historic techniques are applied in fabrication of most pieces. Recycled metals and fair-trade/conflict free gemstones are used.

Necklace by Briar and the Rose

Faery Mysterium

Michelle Van Fleet
April 9-10, and April 15-16-17, 2016

Offering exquisite fanciful mystical magical crystal and gemstone faery seats. Invite your own personal faery into your life! These fantasy sculptures serve as portals for real faeries to come through to open hearts, inspire, heal, and play! Also offering faery gypsy wagons, crystal temples, crystal energy bundles, and more. A must, come by our beautiful land of faery and you might never return.

La Paloma Hats

Pamela Palmer
April 9-10, 2016

La Paloma Hats are structured hats made with traditional millinery skills. The styles are gathered from secondary historical sources using current lifestyle included. Comfort and care of La Paloma Hats has created a comfortable, stylish and practical hat to wear.
With the right hat, nothing else matters.

StoneWorks by Filigree Studios
Michael Fanizza
April 2 through 24, 2016
Unique and Distinctive Hand Made Stone Art for Home & Garden.
Greenmen, dragons and other characters of lore, Trees of Life, Celtic designs, nature/animal inspired pieces, whimsical pieces, and more are ready to be enjoyed in your home or garden for years to come! Following time tested methods, each piece is molded, cast, and finished personally by Sir Michael in his Island Lake, Illinois studio. Outdoor display pieces are made from weather tolerant concrete, and smaller indoor items from strengthened plaster. No resins or plastics are used. Designs originally sculpted by Robin Raab of Delavan, Wisconsin and only available from Michael Fanizza, Filigree Studios, Island Lake, Illinois.

Sun Leather

Allen Gray and Judy Castleberry
April 9-10, April 16-17, April 23-24, 2016

Sun leather’s dynamic duo, Allen Gray and Judy Castleberry, create original leather wearable Art from head to toe. Custom designed footwear and fantastic sculpted leather hats are their speciality. They also make a range of leather accoutrements to the delight of both faire folk and fair patrons. Belts Handbags, Potion bottles, Tankard tops, Keepers, Tripod stools,etc.

Boot by Sun Leather

The Tempting Tarts

Chef Cee Duckett
April 9-10 and 16-17, 2016

Travel back in time with our fresh baked goods. Recipes adapted from historical recipes under the careful direction of our Award Winning Chef. Sweet treats to inspire your imagination and delight your tastebuds.

Them Bones Fossil Shoppe
Jessica and Bonnie Helmer
April 9-10 and 15-17, 2016
Them Bones Fossil Shoppe is a unique shoppe that sells authentic fossils as well as items made with fossils.

Twisted Spiders
Rebecca O’Keefe
April 9-10, 2016
Rebecca O’Keefe is a Chicago artist and the co-owner/creator of Twisted Spiders. Each spider is uniquely hand made using more than 100 high quality beads, wire, and Rebecca’s patented design. She has taken something often seen as creepy or scary and twisted it into a thing of beauty.

The Welsh Baker

Joe and Denise Carbone
April 9-10, 2016

Welsh Baker Welsh Cakes are a centuries old hand griddled Celtic treat from the country of Wales. They are like a cookie, a scone and a pancake all in one delicious little package. The cakes are made entirely by hand in Southern California from all natural ingredients and they are shipped nationwide for Free by the Welsh Baker.

Arriving April 16 & 17, 2016

Autumn Sky Adornments

Crystal Rector
April 16-17, 2016

AutumnSky Adornments is home to extraordinary handmade jewelry and accessories. Gently swaying earrings, one-of-a-kind necklaces, bracelets and hair accessories, each one painstakingly created to make your world a little more beautiful, and a little more sparkly. Come discover a world of beauty and wonder, color and light.

Earrings and Necklace by Autumn Sky Adornments

Beyond Facade
Alexandra Sherwood
April 15-16-17 & 23-24, 2016
Energetic, moving colours flow through Alexandra’s paintings, passionately expressing the emotion of the moment.

Buffalo Hats
Buffalo “Christine” Larkin
April 16-17, 2016
The Creative Mind and Nimble Fingered Designer of the Unusual is back after a long hiatus from Faire. A Foole-ish Milliner with headwear designed to delight.
photo from 1982 by Lois DeArmond

Julie Setterholm
April 16-17, April 23-24, and April 30 – May 1, 2016

Copper enameled and welded bronze art and jewelry

Diva Dreads
Brandi Franks
April 16-17, 23-24, and May 21-22, 2016

Fairies and Mermaids
Josanne McAfee
April 16-17, April 23-24, 2016
Fairies and Mermaids hand sculpted from clay. Fairy furniture and fairy houses made from natural items and more.

Magies Ceramics
Magie Smith-Fleisher
April 16-17, 2016

Malvoye Enterprises
Jeremy Bermeister
April 16-17, 2016

Artist Jeremy Burmeister is a creator of the truly unique. His imagination is realized through timeless and wearable creations: Jewelry for both Men and Women, cast in solid Sterling Silver or Bronze. The highly organic forms, while inspired by nature, are new to this world. The artist on a somewhat larger scale, works with salvaged wood, disused antiques, and weather metals to create simple assemblages ready to decorate any home.

Arriving April 23 & 24, 2016

Artiiii Leather
Lisa Pallante
April 23-24 and April 30-May1, 2016
Handmade Leather Art Accessories.

As Wood As It Gets
Tony Fredericks
April 23-24 and May 7-8, 2016
Functional art for the kitchen and Faire. Handmade wood goblets, pepper mills, cutting boards, shot glasses, pens, seam rippers and mugs. All products are made from reclaimed/upcycled exotic hardwoods.

The Celtic Art Store
Erin Rado
April 23-24, April 30, May 1, May 7-8, 2016
Original Celtic Art, Celtic Mandalynths for Meditation, Focus and Mental Exercise, Celtic Coloring Cards, Celtic Glass Dome Jewelry

Dreamsinger Music
Morris T Lieberman
April 23-24, April 30, May 1, 2016
Medieval Style Celtic Harps, Bowed Psalteries, Doorharps, Flap Dragons, Ping Pong Crossbows, Mountain and Hammered Dulcimers.

Indigo Lights
Sheri Cohen and Brian Giberson
April 23-24, and May 7-8, 2016

Sheri Cohen of Indigo Lights, creates designs through either lost wax casting, jewelry fabrication, or both. She incorporates a wide variety of intriguing materials such as gears from antique clocks, fossils, shells, large natural crystals, and fused dichroic glass. The metals she works with are sterling silver, bronze, and copper. Sheri is known for her bold designs that push the bounds of how jewelry is typically viewed in terms of scale and dramatic impact. Her intention is to elevate jewelry from a craft of adornment into the realms of art.
Brian Giberson is a mixed media painter and digital artist. He has created a series of imaginative myths and stories. From clockwork insects and the shadowy secret society that collects them, to posters brought back from a retro-futuristic steampunk world. His mixed media art totems are made from collections reclaimed wood, acrylic paint, and found objects that combined, create an object of shamanistic ritual significance.

Kraken Whip
Kristin Gallup
April 23-24, and May 14-15, 2016

KrakenWhip brings materials back from the dead to make seductive apparel and accessories, using mostly upcycled and salvaged leather and fabric. Her specialties are small-batch artisanal leather accessories and one of a kind costume pieces. At her booth you’ll find treasures for both the stylish lord and the sophisticated lady, combining form with function in beautiful yet utilitarian pieces. She also creates custom costumery for those with more particular needs.

Silver Wings Upcycled Silver
Rebecca & Emily Hermosillo
April 23-24, 2016

Silver Wings uses authentic Vintage Victorian silver plate and up~cycles them into useful items for your home or garden … chalk boards, clocks, bird feeders, garden markers, wind chimes.

Woodrow Instrument Company
Dan Williams
April 23-24, May 14-15, and May 21-22, 2016

Arriving April 30 & May 1, 2016

Moonlit Bloom
Wendy Waagenaar
April 30, May 1, May 7-8, 2016
One of a kind leather holsters, festival belts, and pouches. Unique head dresses and hair adornment using bones, feathers, silk and shells. Beaded and leather jewelry, as well as custom creations to amaze and delight.

Taylor Jewelry
Paul and Marnee Taylor
April 30 through May 15, 2016
Taylor Jewelry specializes in combining sterling silver and various colours of 14k gold to form a very distinctive look of highly detailed, elegant jewelry. Each piece is worked individually by hand and signed. They have won awards and recognitions for their work in six different states across the country as well as being featured in national trade publications and collections.

The Red Ant Fashion
Rachel Woodward
April 30 and May 1, 2016
The Red Ant Fashions brings you unique, one-of-a-kind, handcrafted clothing and accessories. Each piece is created as a piece of wearable art through different creative modalities including crochet, sewing, burning, grommeting and painting. No two pieces are alike.Whether you are going out-on-the town or putting together your next steampunk or cosplay costume The Red Ant Fashion’s clothing and accessories will help you stand out in the crowd. Rachel is an artist who uses her inspiration and passion to create unique, one-of-a-kind wearable art and accessories.

Brian Lemke
April 30, May 1, May 7 & 8, 2016
Wyldethyngs is a Purveyor of Fine Horns and Ears for the distinguished fantasy enthusiast. Spirited Horns and Catty Ears.

Arriving May 7 & 8, 2016

Amber Moon
Reva Meyers
May 7-8 and 14-15, 2016

Crystal Winds Jewelry
Terrence DeLugo & Val Valenya
May 7-8 and 14-15, 2016
Crystal Winds Jewelry comes from the hands of 2 life long artists, Terrence R De Lugo and Valenya. They employ many jewelry techniques, combining fabrication, molding, engraving and casting to form unique pieces of their own design. Represented at cart by 3rd jeweler, Robert Arnett, AKA Bobert. Come by and say hello!

Damsel in this Dress
Michelle Thorstrom
May 7-8 and 14-15, 2016
Damsel in this Dress makes and sells handmade corsets (both underbust and overbust), skirts, blouses, jackets, vests, cloaks, coats, and accessories.

Theresa MacWillie
May 7-8, May 14-15, and May 21-22, 2016

Fine Scrimshaw on Medieval mugs and drinking vessels made from the horns from cows. Fanciful to factual costume accessories created from hide fur horn and bone.

Never Forgotten Fantasy
Laura Franklin
May 7/8 and 14-15, 2016
Never Forgotten Fantasy is something everyone can relate to; it’s a piece of ourselves, our dreams, passions, and deepest wishes that we refuse to ever forget. Sometimes society or our peers can cause people to forget in order to be accepted or not be as different; but it’s that very wild, strangeness that makes everyone so beautiful and unique. Never Forgotten Fantasy is the child in you that survived, and your lively spirit that will go on dancing through all challenges. The mesmerizing wonder many people find in the beetle wings are comparable to the beauty found in women. They are stunning, may even seem delicate at times, but at their very core they are as strong as armor!

New Stirling Arms
Jim Colgate
May 7-8, May 14-15, 2016
The best wooden training weapons for Historical European Martial Arts in the country. Plus fun catapults and crossbows for your next siege!

Lauren Raine
May 7-8, May 14-15, 2016
Handmade leather mythic masks and mixed media sculptures since 1985!

Sheep Shack
Cyndi Allen
May 7-8, May 14-15, and May 21-22, 2016

Stevan and cyndi allan have been creating hand crafted leather goods for over 30 years. They use a variety of soft leathers and pelts to create unique pouches,purses,hats,and boots. From a small necklace pouch to a giant bag made out of a full coyote pelt. You will find something no one else will have. Check out their fun viking and furry ear hats.

Ye Bag Wench
Michele Woodward
May 7-8 and 14-15, 2016
Creative fibre art accessories! Anything from sweaters, shawls, scarves, bags, hats, etc. Made from various fabrics, fibres, and materials.

Arriving May 14 & 15, 2016

AnKara Designs
Ann and Karen Mitchell
May 14-15 and 21-22, 2016

Jewelry designers, authors, and teachers Ann Mitchell and Karen Mitchell sisters enjoy combining a variety of materials including liquid and solid polymer clay, metal filigree, chain, glass, crystal, shells, and stone to create their original accessories. Their delicate, feminine designs have a vintage flair with global inspiration, and complement everyday attire, special occasion outfits and dramatic costumes. Custom orders are welcome.

Michelle “Skip” Vasquez
May 14-15 and 21-22, 2016

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