Farmers Market

Homer, Alaska

David Kaufmann Pottery

Website: dkaufmann.com

Handcrafted stoneware pottery for eating, drinking, and living. 
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Fabric Art
Janet Bacher: phone: 235-5561Batik quilted wall hangings. Birds in flight, fish

swimming, and nature. Hung on driftwood from the Homer beach. Beaded

jewelry. Using natural gemstones, glass, coral, bone, wood, lampwork and

cloisonne  beads. Quilted table runners. Pot holders. Quilted, using the

theme of Alaska birds, fish and wildlife, chickens, and whimsical.


Fireweed Tales
Mary Perry, Book author
This book tells the story of Mary's oldest brother, Jim, who was born with Down syndrome in 1945. Ignoring the common advice of the time, which was to "put him into an institution," Mary tells the story of Jim's life growing up on an Alaskan homestead and thriving in the midst of a large family.


Fit for a King
Jen King: email: jenkingmade@gmail.com
Hand cut and hand tailored clothing and accessories for timeless fashion.


Luxurious Lathers

Kathee Kiefer: phone: 235-2530 email: luxuriouslather@yahoo.comVegetable and herbal based soap, lotion stick and bars, lip balms, and muscle balms.  Custom orders taken.


Shaman's Cove
Jean Steele
Garden and wildflower starts, Raku pottery, jewelry and skin care products.


Shady Dog Farm

Tiffany Sherman: website: www.shadydogfarm.com
Made in Alaska certified Dog Leashes, Dog Toys, Dog Treats, Pet Tags, and paracord bracelets and keychains.

Stain Glass, Etc.
Mary Poe Austin phone: 971-221-9105
Stained Glass, driftwood, paintings, wind chimes etc.

Stone Art

Claire O'Donnell: 53543 Kilcher Rd, Homer, phone: (907) 887-3851 , email: claireodonnell4@gmail.com
Primal essence gemstone jewelry and pearls.


Wooden Diamonds
Scott Miller: phone: 399-8350, email: scottysusan@gmail.com
Unique wooden pendants, hand carved and inlaid with seashell and other materials; Art Prints.























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