The Market at Hasbrouck House

A Curated Vendor Market & Experiential Workshop Series

Saturday, September 16th 11am - 7pm & Sunday, September 17th 11am - 4pm

Artisans and small business owners will come together to share their collective enthusiasm about their passion projects with you. The events will foster positive energy by piquing curiosity and enriching minds. Along with a curated group of vendors, there will be multiple workshops hosted each weekend. We aim to ignite the senses and instill inspiration that lingers for days to come. All are welcome!

September's Vendors Include: Bohemian Groove on the Move, Captain Blankenship, Carthaigh CoffeeCordwood Handmade, Fahari Bazaar, Freckles & HoneyHudson Workshop, Intiearth, Karu, Mountain Honey,  Nadine MedinaOhayo, Prizes for Arla Vintage, Salt & Still, Some Things Take TimeThe Ardent Forager, The Village CommonWishbone Letterpress and Woodstock Healing Arts.

Sunday's Workshop:

$60/pp. Duration 2.5 hrs. Advance ticket purchase recommended; tickets will be available onsite on a first-come, first-serve basis to fill any remaining spots. Participants are asked to bring a pair of jeans, an item of clothing, or a home textile that could use some sprucing up to practice visible mending techniques during the workshop.

To purchase tickets, please visit Salt & Still's website.

In this workshop participants will learn the basics of sashiko stitching and visible mending. Sashiko stitching is a traditional Japanese technique that is ideal for creating decorative patterns, practical mending of clothing and home goods, and hand-quilting. We will also discuss the history of sashiko and how it applies to modern life and craft.

We will examine a variety of traditional sashiko patterns and participants will be provided with sashiko thread and needles to experiment with stitching these patterns on fabric.