NEFFA Crafts Room and Folk Bazaar – 2023

The combined Crafts Room and Folk Bazaar presents an internationally diverse group of vendors, including craftspeople showing their own work, organizations that provide services to the folk music, dance, and song community, and commercial vendors with products of special interest to the folk community. For the first time, all vendors are together in the Trade Center.

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Room hours  (since they’re a little different from festival hours):

Friday: 6-9:30
Saturday: 9-9:30
Sunday 9-5:00

2023 Vendors

AgathaO Photo
Framed and matted photographs, cards, prints, books, and more.
Pleun Bouricius
Plainfield, MA

Alamo Styles
Dance shoes for men and women, dance skirts and blouses, footwear comfort aids, socks, dance-themed totes and shoe bags.
Carol Koch
Franklin, MA

Alvin Fry Violins
Handmade concert violins, violas, classical guitars, steel string guitars, and mandolins.
Alvin Fry
Gray Summit, MO

Ancient Fire Henna
Henna Body Art
Maria O’Connor
Malden, MA

Ann’s Pottery
Functional pottery with a nod to antiquity.
Ann Schunior
Randolph, MA

Aribella Design
Handmade jewelry from Thailand.
Panudda Wong (Natty)
Newton Highlands, MA

Barbara Pixton Designs
Greeting cards and prints inspired by folk art from Poland, Hungary and Scandinavia.
Barbara Pixton
Arlington, MA

Bazaar Quilts
Traditional quilts hand-crafted in contemporary colors.
Andriana Lindsey
Natick, MA

Beth Parkes Arts
Face painting and glitter tatoos.
Beth Parkes
Billerica, MA

Bialo Padin Designs
Handmade silver jewelry, accessories and tools.
Deirdre Bialo-Padin
Brooklyn, NY

Brown’s Bones
Handcrafted rhythm bones made of bone and wood.
Stephen Brown
Winchendon, MA
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Cloak & Dagger Creations
Dance skirts, eclectic clothing and warm outerwear, as well as materials and notions to create or personalize your own clothing. We also do emergency repairs on clothing at the festival.
Dina Flockhart
Littleton, MA

The Country Dance and Song Society
New and classic books and CDs, particularly for English and contra dance.
Ben Williams
Easthampton, MA

David Horne Art
Arts and Crafts items, generally music-themed, ranging from fine art and greeting cards to garden art and musical toys.
David Horne
New Bedford, MA

Desjardin Design
Eco-conscious Botanical Creations using all natural materials, plants, flowers, leaves, bark. Cotton baby and children’s clothing and accessories; silk scarves and cotton and linen home goods.
Cheryl Desjardin
Amesbury, MA

Domingo Wire Craft
Zimbabwe-based wire, bead, and metalwork ornaments.
Bernard Domingo

The Dragon’s Lair / Plushie Zoo
Best selection of Plush this side of Betelgeuse.
Edward Trachtenberg
Methuen, MA

Ellen Howard Handmade
Hand-dyed screen printed clothing and acccessories.
Ellen Howard
Pawlet, VT

Fat Oracle Readings
Energy healing, reading services, and hand-created art.
Abbey Stefanov
Lowell, MA

Firecrow Handwovens
Colorful handwoven scarves, shawls, ponchos, vests and hats in plain and complex weave structures.
Kathy Litchfield
Warwick, MA

International Emporium
World creations: international textiles, costumes, masks, dolls, and more.
April Werner

Jewels for the Journey
Porcelain jewelry accented with silver and 14K gold, mixed metal and crystal jewelry, pottery.
Ginny Remedi-Brown
Malden, MA

Whimsical and fantasy-themed dolls, jewelry, and decorative items out of clay and various fibers.
Jamie Magid
Lexington, MA

Jubo Music
4-hole flutes, methods and repertory for the instrument.
Wayne Hankin
Newport, Vermont

Judy Minot
Best Practice: Inspiration and Ideas for Traditional Musicians. A book written for players of traditional music styles: those that originate in the folk, dance, and community music of regions around the world.
Judy Minot
Asbury, NJ

Signed and matted prints of original work.
Marc Roulstone
Providence, RI

Morel Woodcarving
Handmade wooden spoons.
Jonathan Morel
Belchertown, MA

Mud Dove Pottery
Handmade original pottery.
Jacquelyn Fitzhugh
Lynn, MA

Nancy Dresses
Hand-created clothing for contra dancing.
Jennifer Horrocks

Pinoy Designs
Arts & crafts from the Philippines.
Imelda Lane-Smith
Tyngsboro, MA

Retablos Palomino Jimenez
Retablos are a traditional folk art of Peru consisting of portable boxes filled with brightly colored figurines arranged in intricate narrative scenes. Zuly is the 4th generation in her family, and one of the first women, to make retablos.
Zuly Palomino
Warwick, RI

Shir Glassworks
A family glass studio that creates handmade functional and decorative glass.
Madeline & Ori Shir
Greenfield, MA

Silver Owl Creations
Kendra Tornheim
Wire and hand-colored brass jewelry: pendants, earrings, hair pins and clips.
Middleborough, MA

Soft Impressions by Susan Tornheim
Susan Tornheim
Handmade felted wool accessories and textile explorations.
Newton Highlands, MA

Sowing Opportunities
Fair Trade Guatemalan handicrafts handmade by indigenous Maya artisans in Guatemala.
Fern Remedi-Brown
Malden, MA

Storyteller Jewelry
Miniature book art & jewelry.
Raelinda Woad
Salem MA

Urban Kitchen Handmade
Plant-based personal care and home products including handmade soap, soy candles, lip balms, massage/body oil, sachets, gift boxes, natural perfumes, room sprays and accessories, all made in small batches.
Helene Matteson
Allston, MA

Wildflower Beads
Beadwork jewelry
Susan Lecuyer
Cohoes, NY