59th Annual Philadelphia Folk Festival August 13-16, 2020

THE SHOW MUST GO ON...LINE

Craft Show

Premium Crafters

Bean Pottery

A staple of the Philadelphia Folk Festival Crafts, Bean Pottery is not only an incredible vendor whose work graces festgoer homes across North America, but their demonstrations at the Festival have made them a must-visit destination for creatives of all ages looking to get their hands dirty. Bean Pottery is studio pottery and ceramics. Wheel-thrown and altered, and hand-built functional pottery and fine art pieces.

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Center for Amazon Community Ecology

The Center for Amazon Community Ecology is a non-profit organization that helps native artisans from the Peruvian Amazon to develop and market innovative fair-trade handicrafts. Signature products are hand-woven and carved ornaments featuring designs of Amazon wildlife such as butterflies, frogs, jaguars, sloths and toucans. Other special crafts include sturdy belts and guitar straps (including smaller size for mandolins) featuring the patterns of Amazon jungle snakes that are hand-woven with chambira palm fiber.

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Mud Photo

Mud Photo is a spinoff our last name Mudrick. No mud is used to transfer the prints. We get this questions a lot! One day I’ll think of what exactly what MUD stands for but for now we stand for creating unique decor using photography and wood as our media. Crafting something different then the old mat and frame.

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Vision of Tibet

At Vision of Tibet we feature handmade, fairly-traded crafts from the Himalayas. We also have a shop in the Alpine Mall on Main St, Lake Placid!

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Truly Pure and Natural Honey

At TPN, we’ve gathered our favorite natural products to share with you. We hope to become your trusted source for hair and skin care products, handcrafted artisan soaps, glass water bottles, local raw creamed honey, raw snacks, and a host of other natural and eco-friendly products.

Our products DO NOT contain: dyes or artificial colors, fragrances or perfumes, parabens (methyl, propyl, ethyl, or butyl), sulfates, glycols, phosphates, or iodine, and are not tested on animals.

Protect your family’s health by choosing products with sources from nature, not chemicals!

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Piggyback Treats Company

Piggyback Treats’ mission is to create each original recipe with the goal of making the main ingredient a “rescued” food item. What that means, is that we work with many local and regional businesses to help reduce their food waste, and maximize on their hard work, time and dedication to their farm or business. Fallen apples from orchards, spent grains from breweries, fish skins from cleaning stations, and by-products from butcher shops. We even partner with small farms to purchase their lesser popular meat items; like heart, liver, and tongue, so that they aren’t wasting freezer space for items they have trouble selling. We produce top quality, human-grade treats without the use of preservatives, imitation flavors, sugars or unnecessary additives.

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Other Crafters

Designs by Agi

A carefully selected eclectic collection of hand-dyed garments, vacation outfits in fun yet elegant colors and styles that can be easily integrated into any wardrobe. Designs for all shapes & ages, but focus on the young at heart forever flower child who wants to look hip, stylish, and classy at the same time. Best sellers are the maxi skirts, dusters, and dresses in plus sizes!

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LampworkBench

Unique Pennsylvania Lampwork Borosilicate Glass Art Creations. Hand Blown Ornaments… Sculptures… jewelry! Seen in action at the Philly Folk Fest!

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Susan Pillay

Hand painted whimsical designs on cuddly organic fabrics, eco-friendly, washable dyes, great baby shower gifts, take me home outfits, birthday gifts, photo shoots, and all for doggies too (they can even match!)

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Syracuse Cultural Workers

Founded in 1982, SCW is a progressive publisher committed to peace, sustainability, social justice, feminism and multiculturalism. We create and publish visual materials, like calendars, posters, T-shirts, cards and postcards.

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Battat Glass

Melted, twisted, shaped and blown borosilicate glass into fine functional items for the home. Work includes drinkware, serving vessels, decorative and flower vases, marbles, jewelry and more. Hails from Holyoke, Mass!

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Parsley Pottery

Functional Art Pottery for Everyday

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Nadine Essra Designs

Unique, traditionally crafted jewelry from silver, gold, brass, copper, and natural gemstones. Everything in the shop is made by myself, by hand. I love collaborating and making custom pieces, so if you have something special in mind, please get in touch!

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E Art Tie Dye

E-Art Tie Dye makes fun, bright, colorful tie dye clothing and accessories for all ages using high quality 100% cotton clothing. Our family business has been selling at craft shows and festivals since 1997. Philly Folk Fest Faves!

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WoodPaperClay

Wood-Burning (Pyrography) on Basswood some of which are colored. My work usually features Sea-Life, Wildlife, landscapes, flora or folk-art signs. Also wood-burned cooking utensils and wooden pendants.

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Southwest Expressions

Southwest Expressions crafts and designs the jewelry, a collection of both Native American and Modern Contemporary gemstones inlay style jewelry. Through the combination of several natural stones found in the Southwest region and various semi precious stones, we have infused Native American culture and contemporary designs to still elegance and delicacy, while expressing traditional values throughout our collection.

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Apsara

Apsara is an ethically sourced cotton clothing producer. Apsara is proud to be associated with socially conscious partners who take care to support their communities. Thom, Sally and Apsara are well known to the Philly Folk Fest!

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