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THANK YOU!

We're so grateful that so many of you asked to buy merchandise to support us this year. We are officially sold out of 2020 Winnipeg Folk Festival crewnecks thanks to YOU! Stay tuned, we have some more exciting things coming your way.

The Winnipeg Folk Festival may be cancelled this summer but we hope you'll consider still supporting small businesses such as our 2020 Hand-Made Village Artisans and Food Vendors during this difficult time. 

Artisans marked with a shopping cart icon below are still open for business please consider purchasing from them to support.

45 - aeliosdesign by Katerina Pappas

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Finely hand-crafted in her environmentally friendly home studio, aeliosdesign’s pieces are minimalist, yet industrial; comfortable for everyday wear and made to last a lifetime.

11 - Aflame Creations Jewelry by Megan Archer

How to shop: Online Store (shipping available)

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Enameled copper jewelry using coloured glass powders melted onto copper at 1500°F. Inspired by Nova Scotia's dense forests, ocean waves, shifting skies and coloured with the landscapes of the Himalayas.

26 - Alexandra Tumanov Jewellery by Alexandra Tumanov

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Fallen leaves, woody plants, precious stone and hand carvings make up this line of natural objects clad in metal armour‚ jewelry line created by artist and goldsmith Alexandra Tumanov.

32 - Andrea Merredew Earth Jewelry by Andrea Merredew

How to shop: Online Store (shipping available)

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Andrea Merredew creates jewelry in collaboration with the earth. She cuts and polishes rocks, carves wood, strings seeds and transforms tree bark into wearable art.

23 - Anishinaabe Girl by Shauna Fontaine

How to shop: Contact through social media (Facebook/Instagram) channels (shipping available)

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For hundreds of years Indigenous peoples have used elements from nature as a form of artistic expression and adornment. Anishinaabe Girl continues this tradition of harvesting and accessing natural elements to create one of a kind jewelry designs with a touch of boujee glam. Using delicate furs, leathers, gemstones, metals, rustic birchbark, antlers and porcupine quills with distinctive Anishinaabe cultural artwares, Anishinaabe Girl’s creations have been well-known in Manitoba for more than 15 years.

39 - Anne Mulaire Designs by Andéanne Dandeneau

How to shop: Online Store (free shipping)

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Anne Mulaire is a Métis-owned designer label that women can wear with incredible comfort, confidence and pride. Anne Mulaire creates durable, beautiful, environmentally friendly clothing that reflects who you are.

31 - Aurora Farm by Louise May

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Aurora Farm cares for their animals and gardens to help produce our hand-made goat's milk soap and natural body care products.

48 - Boomerang 360 by Kylie Stomp

How to shop: Online Store (shipping available)

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Kylie’s ideas are a mix of everyday images, inspired by the Prairies, nature, travel and urban cycling. From pillows to patches, to your favourite t-shirt, there's something for everyone! All product is created with the environment in mind and screen printed in a small Winnipeg studio with environmentally friendly water-based inks.

14 - Braecrest Design by Brock Wolfe

14 - Braecrest Design by Brock Wolfe

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Brock's sense of old-fashioned craftsmanship and love of new technology has inspired him to find new ways to work with a wide range of materials such as wood, metal, stone and ceramic to create products for the home and garden.

42 - Burlap Sac by Kayley Therrien

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At Burlap Sac our mission is to create skillfully crafted, mixed material jewelry pieces with all the beauty, character and charm needed for the journey they will experience with you.

19 - Charlie’s Charmed by Ryan Mendoza

How to shop: Online Store 

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Charlie's Charmed offers a modern twist on traditional men's and women's fashionable wearables. All products are built with natural wood materials, making each one as unique and individual as the grain from the wood it's made of.

18 - Copper & Pine by Jessica Solta

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Copper & Pine provides a simplistic approach to accessorizing with nature. Classic shapes with tiny details make every piece unique.

10 - Dooryard Pottery by Michael Astill

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Functional, hand-crafted pottery designed to enhance your environment and culinary experiences.

13 - Earth and Hide by Chuck Allen

How to shop: Online Store (free shipping), delivery and no-contact pick-up available

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Earth and Hide products are connected with its owner through the things they carry, and the way they’re used. Every customer has a unique story and their product will become an integral part of that story especially through consistent use. Imagine what you put in your bag and the importance these items have; the contacts in your phone, the things that are written with your pen, the emails exchanged on your laptop, the drawings held within your sketchbook. Chuck’s hope is that his work will be an integral part of the amazing things his customers do.

16 - Ed Dufort Fine Arts & Crafts by Edmond Dufort

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Ed Dufort uses the natural grains, knots and colours found in the wood to inspire the creation of unique images relating to the natural landscapes and outdoor scenes he has grown up to love in his native province of Manitoba and elsewhere.

5 - Fat Daug-Hand Carved Antler Jewelry by Candace Lipischak

How to shop: Online Store

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Short for father-daughter, Fat Daug creates unique hand-carved antler jewelry. Inspired by her Métis roots, Candace carves earrings and pendants from moose, deer, caribou and elk antlers, showcasing the natural beauty of each individual piece.

4 - Fire Bug by Alan Lacovetsky

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Pottery is made to be used. An ancient craft dating back thousands of years. Alan uses original techniques, firing an ancient style kiln and throwing on a foot-powered wheel.

35 - Franky Rose by Brittney Bidlake

How to shop: Online Store

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Franky Rose is a hand-made jewelry boutique that uses a combination of ceramics, textiles, local plants and metals. The sister team has created an everyday and bridal line using ethically sourced materials and long-lasting quality products.

43 - Hodgepodgery by Cecile Koop

How to shop: Contact through Instagram. Custom orders accepted

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Hodgepodgery goods are lovingly made and designed in Winnipeg. Come find carefully crafted and one of a kind pieces of fibre art, jewelry and other treasures!

22 - Julie Pedersen Design by Julie Pedersen

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StufF bags organize your life! They are perfect for travel, make-up, toiletries, cords, chargers, medications, kid’s toys, pencils and essential oils. These bags are meticulously made locally from discontinued designer fabric samples. A portion of each sale returns to children, youth and families through The Winnipeg Foundation.

10 - Kelli Rey Studio by Kelli Rey

10 - Kelli Rey Studio by Kelli Rey

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Artfully designed functional ceramics with an eclectic mix of colour and texture that will surprise, puzzle and entertain.

28 - Kunai by Tusa Rosebud Kroeker

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Tusa Rosebud's passion for textile arts, the magic of childhood, and the prairie mountain's boreal forest are lovingly woven together to create Kunai kids' clothing!

44 - Lady Bug Creations by Carol Schroeder

A whimsical display of one of a kind works of art inspired by the designs of nature. Items include hand-painted treasure boxes, light switch plates, decorative tiles, greeting cards, bookmarks, pins, magnets, canvas paintings and puzzles.

34 - Mama Pacha by Tara Garcia
  • How to shop: Online Store (free pick-up in South St. Vital use code letmepickup)

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Mama Pacha is your local herbal skincare specialist. Working for decades to become a trusted name in your home. Everything is still made in small batches, by hand, in Winnipeg, to provide you with the best herbal skincare around.

30 - Mehndi / Henna Tattoos by Aruna Hingwala

With over 40 years’ experience in mehndi body art creating freehand designs, Aruna excels in the latest elegant and intricate designs to suit the festival mood. Proud to be part of festivals for over 20 years.

15 - Morning Glory Woodworking by John Bell

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Serendipity conspired to introduce John to the meshing of three major pleasures in his life, art, music and woodworking to create beautiful musical instruments. Each is unique and a pleasure to build for future musicians.

9 - Mumble Tease by Heather Reinhardt

How to shop: Online Store (shipping available)

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Perhaps the most whimsical and colourful silk-screened apparel around. Original artwork and ideas are lovingly hand-printed onto a variety of quality garments for men, women and kids of all ages.

29 - New Earth Frequency by Aimee McGillis

How to shop: Online Store (shipping available)

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New Earth Frequency is an Indigenous-owned business that creates unique, modern, handcrafted heirloom jewelry pieces that inspire the wearer's intrinsic connection to nature, and the inter-connectedness of all life.

12 - Oldhat by Nathan Dueck

How to shop: Online Store (free shipping Canada wide)

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Hand-made for fine folks. Hats made by Nathan in Winnipeg with recycled fabrics and used ice cream pails are salvaged for brim stiffening. All hats are uniquely numbered since #0001.

8 - Orange and Prairie by Caroline Mandarino

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Orange and Prairie offer hand-made modern leather jewelry with a casual feel. Pieces are made for every day adding interest and texture to any outfit.

25 - PotTerry by Terry Hildebrand

How to shop: Online Store (shipping available)

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Terry's pottery is bright and colourful, surprisingly light but still durable. Each hand-crafted piece is made in Winnipeg and fired in a soda or wood kiln to create truly unique pieces.

47 - Prairie Breeze Folk Arts Studio by Amina Haswell

How to shop: Contact through Website, Facebook or Instagram

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Locally crafted Quaker style brooms made by a passionate broom maker. These brooms stand the test of time and display both artistry and practicality – creating something that is both beautiful and functional.

33 - RAW Jewelry by Devaki MacDonald

How to shop: Online Store (shipping available)

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Traditionally handcrafted metalwork infused with foraged exotic seeds, raw crystals, wildcrafted bones, quills, antler and organic treasures.

6 - Runs with Scissors by Heidi Hunter

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A multi-disciplined fibre artist Heidi Hunter is well known for gorgeous hand-dyed festival wear, exquisite art quilts and hand-made fabric covered books and baskets. Runs with Scissors is a one-stop shopping experience for all things fibre and colour.

24 - Salvaged Earth Designs by Carson Hill

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Salvaged Earth Designs makes unique eco-friendly wooden kitchen utensils and art from salvaged and upcycled materials. Wares that look great and feel even better, with much respect for Mother Earth!

38 - Samantha James Hair Design by Samantha Lacoste   

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Samantha James Hair Design is an eco-friendly salon in St. Boniface. They love being a part of the Hand-Made Village every year as it is such a welcoming and fun environment. Creating braids on everyone and making them feel a part of the festival is so much fun!

17 - Sarah Sue Design by Sarah MacLachlan

How to shop: Online Store (free shipping)

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Sarah Sue Design creates modern sustainable clothing with exquisite fabric and exceptional finishing. Sarah uses luxurious linen, hemp, bamboo and lyocell to construct modern styles of coveted jumpsuits, flowy tunics, boxy cardigans and one of a kind pieces. Her small-batch collections use minimalistic and contemporary silhouettes for a timeless look that can be worn all year round. Featuring flattering styles for all shapes and sizes (XS-3XL). Supporting the slow fashion movement while being made ethically right here in Manitoba.

27 - Scam Skate Ltd. By Joel Baker

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Scam Skate Ltd. is a Winnipeg-based skateboard shop and manufacturing company. The Scam artists pride themselves in their friendly and creative approach to the skateboard industry.

20 - Sheppards Hook by Katie Sheppard

How to shop: Online Store (shipping available). Custom orders accepted.

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Bold statement jewelry handmade in Winnipeg using naturally shed antler, moss, quills and gemstones. Sheppards Hook strives to make wild, unique pieces that embody the beauty of Manitoba’s wilderness.

40 - Siggi Clothier by Karyn Astleford

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Distinctly functional clothing. Celebrating the individual woman - facilitating her day, her work and her play. Honouring the earth with minimal impact textiles, styles to withstand time and the changing seasons of fashion and climate.

26 - Skate Betty Recycled Skateboard Shop by Sheena Crookes

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Skate Betty Recycled Skateboard Shop is where Winnipeg's broken skateboards are transformed into one of a kind fashion and home accessories. We pride ourselves in creating eco-friendly, unique, inspiring pieces that preserve a bit of local history.

1 - The Quarrelsome Yeti by Geordan Moore

How to shop: Online Store (free shipping over $25)

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Hand-printed artwork and apparel by Halifax Based artist Geordan Moore.

28 - The Salvage Heart by Nadia Kuhl

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The Salvage Heart is the work of prairie artist Nadia Kuhl. Each of her pieces is crafted from 100% upcycled, salvaged and preloved treasures into a new wearable work of art.

7 - The Woodland Faery by Sue Holloway

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Bringing with them a sense of intrigue, charm and a wee bit of magic, these natural and handcrafted items spark imagination, creativity and wonder for both the young and old.

3 - Velvet Plume by Kristie Joy

How to shop: Online Store

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Velvet Plume is timeless, handmade and functional art clothing and basketry. Every piece is made with intention by high school sweethearts, Graham and Kristie Epp. Know your clothing, love the makers.

37 - Vicki Sather Hats by Vicki Sather

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Vintage-inspired hand blocked millinery.

21 - Whiteout Workshop by Natasha Paterson

How to shop: Online Store (shipping available)

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Original artwork inspired by surroundings and silk-screened by hand to create a line of apparel and accessories for the outdoor lover.

36 - ZAM!! By Lynet Dzaman

How to shop: Order by emailing thewonderfulworldofzam@hotmail.com

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ZAM!! Zany. Amazing. Magical! Enjoy innovative playthings to juggle, twirl, kick, bounce, spin, imagine and pretend. Wander by the Wonderful World of ZAM!! And join in on the FUN!

2 - ZOCOCO by Nathalia Polischuk

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ZOCOCO is a small leatherwork business based out of Winnipeg.  Each one of a kind item is made with attention to detail and a deep love for colour, creativity and quality design.

41 - ZSJ Silks by Kristina Kauss

How to shop: Can be ordered from Little Tree Hugger (curbside pick-up at 776 Corydon Avenue)

 

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ZSJ Silks creates machine washable silk scarves, shawls and body wraps, jackets, tops, pants and skirts, as well as up 4+ yard long creations. Bamboo and cotton dyed dresses are also hand-dyed. Multi-functional, wearable and washable works of art, and hand-painted silk wall hangings.