We’re not at the Eugene Saturday Market today, we’re home for some much needed catching up around here. I wanted to share the pictures I took around the market last weekend. I’ve done these posts around market before and this time kept it more short and sweet because I have a tendency to get picture crazy and the posts can get rather long. So, here’s a peek at some of the beautiful, handmade things I saw around the market last weekend…
Right next door to our booth, our booth neighbors (Off-Center Ceramics) have fun pottery hand painted with every kind of animal you can think of. (Loving the rooster above!) We bought one of their bowls with a butterfly last weekend for the butterfly lover in our house and it’s his favorite.
I saw these robots (Woah-Botz) at market last weekend for the first time, Bracken was the one who led me over to them. They’re wonderful! Each one is made with recycled and re-purposed materials. One had forks for hands and another had an old shower head for a head. So creative!
Bracken always loves to stop by Angela’s booth for samples of her tea. Try to pick a favorite! They’re all delicious! I’m looking forward to trying the Raspberry Crush and Candy Cane we got.
Of course I can’t walk by Amanda’s booth without snapping a picture of her gorgeous pottery. You can get lost starring at a single plate! There’s so much detail in each piece.
I love to feel the natural fibers at Belle Weather, and look at all those beautiful shades! Their clothes are so comfortable, I want to wear mine all the time.
Our friend Denise (Karmadilo Clayworks) makes these clay stones. They’re so fun and uplifting and they make great gifts! We have some in our garden.
Seriously, how can you not fall in love with these wooden boxes in the Earnest Efforts booth? Words don’t express how much I adore these boxes. (And our friends at Earnest Efforts have been long time sponsors here on the blog, thanks guys!)
I think I’ll need to pick up one of these adorable pots, by Elise Corin, for our fairy garden next time. (We already have one of her wee vases in our fairy garden and one of these little plants would be perfect sitting beside it.)
Sara’s booth, Batiah Botanicals, is new at market this year. We stumbled upon her booth with her herbal creations for the first time last weekend and her display is simply lovely!
These pin cushions are so cute! Our friends at Timberwolf Farm made them with wool from their sheep. Bracken found a tiny treasure in their booth last weekend and spent some of his own money to get it. There are always little treasures to be found there.
P.S. Our friends Fiona and Jenna at Belle Weather have a sweatshirt that features WoolyMossRoots buttons! I know I posted about it on Instagram over the winter, but I don’t think I’ve mentioned it on the blog yet. Isn’t it beautiful? I love the design!
P.P.S. Heather showed me these adorable new honeycomb knobs on one of their myrtlewood boxes. LOVE!