Friday, July 3 - Amanda Rudey Jewelry
Mon-Tues, July 6-7 - Hingham Square Needlepoint
Today’s needlepoint is not just about what we see on the canvas but what we can create that goes well beyond the boundaries of the painted design.
Fri-Sat, July 10-11 - Boo Gemes
Boo Gemes is a distinctive lifestyle brand that is dedicated to today's modern woman. The collection embodies the personal style and spirit of its founder, Boo Thayer Gemes. Perceiving a void in the market for fun, stylish and affordable separates, Boo has created a collection that appeals to women of all ages.
Wed-Thurs, July 15-16 - Lisa Hall Jewelry & Sailor Rose Clothing
Lisa Hall makes one-of-a-kind bracelets, pendants, rings, and earrings that features sea-glass "gemstones" set in softly polished silver or gold. The simple designs augment the glass's form and luster.
Sailor Rose pieces are hand sewn in New York City’s historic garment district.
Based on classic American designs these pieces are a contemporary twist on timeless elegance, grown out of years of altering vintage pieces, and a lifetime of studying patterns and movement.
Tues-Wed, July 21-22 - Sarah Minor Designs
Sarah Minor Design specializes in distinctive hand-painted canvas floor cloths, printed and laminated placemats, and luggage markers. Each sophisticated design is individually painted by the artist. Their durable finish ensures lasting beauty that improves over time.
Thurs-Sat, July 23-25 - Zwikker & Zacher
Monday, July 27 - Mackie Dresses
Girls love The Classic MACKIE dress for its cheeriness, comfort, flexibility and durability. The MACKIE dress gives girls freedom! They can run, jump, climb and do most anything in a MACKIE without worrying. The Girls MACKIE dress is made for fun and to be lived in!
All MACKIE dresses are 100% cotton, hand-embroidered and one-of-a-kind.
Thursday & Friday, July 30-31 - Orchard Jewelry
All the inspiration for the line comes from Bird Haven Farm. The doves that eat from the bird feeder every morning, the apples from the orchard, the gorgeous blue bells, fat acorns, and skinny string beans from the garden - all go into designs for earrings, necklaces and bracelets.