Blankets, baby bibs, burp cloths and more. Woodworker Fred Kenneth “Pete” Scales makes and sells bowls, charcuterie boards, cribbage boards and more. Terre Newell-Busse sells art, art cards, bags, coloring books, journals, wall art, felted art, blessing flags and art from recycles natural fibers. Marilyn Freedberg sells handmade, usable art, including ceramic dishes, serving platters, egg cups and more. Everything is a hand-glazed, one-of-a-kind piece. Custom, handmade quilts made in Davis. Original hand-painted garden umbrellas and more. Jewelry, Christmas ornaments, boxes, created with copper vitreous enamel and wood. Fruit, rainbow, Black Lives Matter masks and more. Proceeds from rainbow masks go to the Davis Phoenix Coalition. Cedar lawn furniture. Pressed-flower jewelry Fabric crafts including cuddly owls, aprons, and face mask. Straight Line Forge of Davis specializes in decorative, functional metal work like fire pokers, kitchen utensils, hardware and other designs. Rosemarie Kelliher moved to the United States in 1996 and wanted to bring a bit of Ireland with her. As a result, she launched Roisin Knitwear in 1998. With hard work work and lots of viscose chenille, Roisin Knitwear took off across California. Roisin, pronounced... Fabric craft products including face masks, bowl cozies, bags. Pendants and key chains.