Come out and support our local artisans and Chatham County businesses! Vendors will be selling hand-crafted and local goods in the vineyard, such as pottery, jewelry, flowers, herbs, health products, baked goods, woven baskets, fiber art tools, live-edge wood tables.
List of local vendors:
Twin Birch & Teasels: Twin Birch creates handcrafted knitting needles and other fiber art tools as well as sells gorgeous baskets that are perfect for collecting all your farmers market finds!
Jon Spoon: Unique Pottery
Jean Watkins: Silversmith
Judy Harrelson: Organically grown health products
Denise Dunn, The Provyder and all Cedar Designs
Marc Dufour: Maker using live edge black walnut slabs of wood for my tables. I also use epoxy with wood and pinecones
Shelly Joyce with Chasing Periwinkle: Jewelry
Chana Meeks Made: @chanameeks pottery, Tri loom woven shawls, leather & copper cuff and keychains
Broadway Hemp Company: @broadwayhempcompanyllc Local, organically grown and processed. We’re in control from seed to bottle (we even produce our own seeds!)
Patricia Clay: A company that hand makes natural, organic skincare
Rock Meadow Farm: Joan Underwood with her custom coffee blend and flowers & herbs (when they’re in season), & baked goodies.
Mary Ann Moore: work with clay and make mostly functional pottery (mugs, plates, bowls, platter, pitchers, vases, soap dishes, spoon rests, etc) and some non-functional ceramics (nature inspired artistic pieces, flowers birds, rabbits, totems, etc).
Heart Song Farm: @heartsongfarmnc
Heart Song Farm is located just a mile down the road from Fire Clay Cellars!
You can find an ever rotating lineup of seasonal cut flowers, fresh herbs and garlic, plant starts, heirloom tomatoes, a LARGE variety of peppers ranging from sweet to hot, and a great mix of seasonal produce. There’s also seasonings for all taste buds, farm grown herbal tea blends, infused honey, and lavender bundles. When there’s not fresh flowers to harvest, there will be dried flower art: wreaths, bouquets, and more.
Double Nut Farm: Local raised pork-> https://www.facebook.com/doublenutfarm