Wood turned wood, kitchen implements, furniture

This is a partial list of Saturday Market artisans, those who have websites or requested to have contacts listed. Contact the office if you are looking for someone who is not listed here.

  • Craig Butler, Craig Butler Woodworks
  • Bentwood, plant hangers, earring holders, salad tongs, backscratchers
  • www.butlerworks.com
  • email

  • Sean Cannon, Stool Steps
  • footrest/step toilet accessory made from sustainable redwoood, and other wood products
  • www.stoolsteps.com
  • email

  • David Duckett, Mill Creek Wood Works
  • Intricate end grain butcher block cutting boards
  • email

  • Scott Gielish, Warmth of Wood
  • wood sculpture, burlwood clocks, desk sets, names and animals, metal garden stakes
  • www.intarsia.org
  • email


  • Jim Langsather, Jim's Woodworking
  • Marquetry of exotic hardwood veneer boxes, mirrors, etc.
  • email


  • Bill Rix, Rix Woodworking
  • Oregon wood small furniture. Items for iPads and iPhone
  • email



  • Raymond Smith, Wanna Spoon
  • Fine handcrafted wooden spoons
  • wannaspoon.net

  • Craig Trott, What If Quirks
  • Well we did and it changed the future for these two lost souls from the Land of IF in Minnesota. We have came a long way from that small northern town in the wilderness and we are now What If Quirks. We are two creative souls feeding our dreams and creating amazing hand crafted works together. Our motto is if you can dream it and we can create it.
  • Art & Home Decor made from the heart of our home for yours.
  • whatifquirks.bigcartel.com

  • Daniel R. Yanchury, Corylus Crafts
  • We primarily offer hand-carved wooden utensils in the Scandivanian tradition. We also make "upcycled" woolen goods and floral wreaths.
  • www.Coryluscrafts.com
  • email