2023 Fall Mishawaka Maker’s Market
November 11th + November 12th from 12pm-6pm
The Maker’s Market returns to the Mishawaka! We are happy to share this FREE one-of-a-kind event with you and bring attention to our local community of talented artists and creators. This event will be featuring a collection of handmade jewelry, art, and goods.
We provide a space where creatives of all types can share their personally made products directly with the community they live in. In this we aim to put a face, name, and story to the purchases we make. Our aim is to connect you with handcrafted items from Northern Colorado and the people who made them. Find special and unique products you won’t find in big box stores. Maker’s Market shopping supports community and creativity. And by participating, you help boost your neighborhood economy and regional talent.
MEET OUR 2023 FALL VENDORS
One Flaw Beading by Cate Chase
Cate Chase lives and creates here in Poudre Canyon. She takes time and care to make beautiful handwoven beaded earrings. Using a variety of glass beads, crystals, high-quality findings. She creates each pair with an intentional ‘flaw’ bead, making each pair imperfectly perfect and unique. She’s also a long-time staff member of Mish!
Jmezmandalas by Julie Meza
“I am stoked to be a part of the Mishawaka Makers Market once again as last time was great fun. I am proud to say I’ve been part of the Mish family going on 7 years now and loving all aspects of it, especially loving all of the live music I get to experience.”
I have been making art for as long as I can remember. I am inspired by my peers and other artists as seeing such dedication in most pushes me to want to be better. I have much to offer and continue to grow and learn new mediums. Stained glass is my newest love in the art world and I am excited to share what I’ve been working on!
Chaos Theory Fiber Arts by Kelsey Stewart
Scarves are for winter, right? Not these! Lightweight and airy yet cozy and warm, cobweb-felted scarves are perfect for chilly spring days by the river or cool summer nights at a concert! Drape loosely for a stunning statement piece or wrap up tight for the feather soft warmth of fine merino wool. No two scarves are alike! I’ve been exploring all the different fiber arts for the past six years, and handspun yarn is my newest fiber obsession! I will be demonstrating my drop spindle at my booth and offering some of my “artsy” spins.
This will be my fifth season working at the Mishawaka. I first came to the Mish shortly after moving to Colorado 13 years ago and I fell in love. It is truly a magical place. My fiber work has been commission-only so far and I’m so happy for my first Maker’s Market to be at one of my favorite places in the world. Long live the Mish!
Sunny Side Production by Cody Sun Allmer
Cody Sun Allmer, Creator and operator of Sunny Side Production and house Mish Photographer
“Through this passion for art I have found a direct path to create the healthiest version of myself, keeping my mind, body, and spirit, full of positivity and growth.
Please enjoy my heART!”