Fabrics/Fiber Arts

Hand loomed wall hangings by Arisa Hoffman (Weave by the Lake)Name: Arisa Hoffman
Business: Weave by the Lake
Products: Woven wall hangings, coasters, and bookmarks

Email: weavebythelake@gmail.com
Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/weavebythelake/?etsrc=sdt
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/weavebythelake/

I use a weaving loom to handcraft beautiful and unique products such as wall hangings, coasters, and bookmarks. My woven items are more than just accessories; they are expressions of my passion and vision. They invite you to admire, cherish, and care for them. They add warmth and charm to your dream home.

I weave these products to share my dream with you and help you create a comfortable space.


Fabric Wrapped Baskets by Margaret DeCookName: Margaret DeCook
Products: Fabric-wrapped and Sewn Bowls and Baskets

Email: decookmdecook@aol.com
Phone: 734-331-6209

I make handcrafted, one-of-a-kind fabric wrapped bowls and baskets, coasters, trivets and more. I use vintage, upcycled and modern quilt fabrics. I can make custom bowls from your fabric or mine. 

I’ve always loved fabrics, color, and most of all making things with my hands. When I started making bowls 10 years ago, it was like coming home.

Bowls are useful around the house, and for all ages. Fun, too! We all need more whimsy in our lives..

Kate Regnier-Knits by Kate. Macramé wall hanging
Name: Kate Regnier
Business: Knits with Kate
Products: Macramé décor and wall hangings, knit hats and blankets, fiber art décor, and wall hangings
I started this business in February of 2021, and I’ve slowly realized how much my heart and hands love fiber arts and other creative outlets. I remember when I was a teenager painting on canvases and coming up with new ideas to decorate my room or make cute decorative household items. I never really thought I could do much with that creativity and I quickly lost that burn for artsy creations. In the last couple years, that fire in me has reignited and I’m starting to feel a reconnection to my creative side again.
I make and create because it’s so fun and therapeutic to see what the mind and hands can think up. I create because it’s a passion. I create to challenge myself and learn every day.

Janet Denson Japron

Artist: Janet Denson
Business: JDenson Designs
Products: Japrons (wrap-around aprons), bib aprons, and other accessories. 100% cotton, pre-washed and pre-shrunk fabrics.

Email: jdenson5612@gmail.com
Phone: 734-678-8434
Etsy: JDensonDesigns
Facebook: JDensonDesigns

I have over 40 years of sewing/designing experience. You name it, I’ve made it – from leather socks to wedding dresses and everything in between. Now specializing in the Japron, the apron that can be worn in the kitchen and beyond. Custom orders welcome.

Anne MacKinnon - Anne'sMarblingArtist: Anne MacKinnon
Business: Anne’s Marbling
Products: Hand-Marbled Silk Scarves & Clothing

Email: annesmarbling@gmail.com
Facebook: Annes-Marbling

I’ve lived in Ann Arbor for more than 20 years and began marbling in Oregon. Marbling is an ancient art in which paints are floated on the surface of a thin gel, then manipulated with a series of rakes and combs to create intricate patterns. Fabric is then carefully laid onto the surface. The pattern absorbs instantly into the fabric.

Today, I focus on hand-marbled clothing made out of cotton and silk for babies, children and adults.

Artist:  Daren Otis
Business: Lightweight Travel Totes
Products: Lightweight totes, purses, and accessories made of gorgeous fabrics.  Practical and affordable, too.

Email: darensbags@aol.com
Website: www.lightweighttraveltotes.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/lightweighttraveltotes
Phone: 734-525-3549


I learned to sew at the age of 7. Many years later I found some free upholstery samples and made a few bags – the story is on my website. 

I’ve been my own boss since age 23 when I quit my job of 1 year. I decided then that I would never work in an office again.

Ann_20Sheppard_1_-357x240Artist:  Ann Sheppard
Business: Such Pretty Colors
Products: Colorful placemats & table runners, napkins, quilts, wall hangings, plus t-shirts, bags, magnets, cards, artwork, and other assorted goodies. Custom orders welcomed.

Email: ann@suchprettycolors.com
Website: www.suchprettycolors.com
Etsy:  suchprettycolors.etsy.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/suchprettycolors

I have been working in color through fabric since 1997, creating bright, vibrant placemats, table runners, napkins, wall hangings, and quilts in many colorways.  I also offer many items featuring my original photographs and illustrations, such as throw pillows, Ann Arbor souvenir t-shirts, greeting cards, magnets and more.  Animals, trees, flowers, nature, and women are frequent themes in my work.  I follow the philosophy of William Morris: “Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.”

Artist:  Stacie Benison
Business: Happy Little Whales
Products:  Handmade Crocheted Items, mainly marine animals and seasonal items.
My small business, Happy Little Whales, is a result of my desire to turn my hobby of crocheting and crafting into an effort to do good in the world. I create handmade, crocheted marine animals & pom-pom crafts and donate 10% of each sale to support marine conservation efforts at the Marine Conservation Institute, a nonprofit organization. I have always had a love for animals, marine life, and our oceans and wanted to combine my craft with a way to preserve their beauty in the natural world. At The Sunday Artisan Market, you will find crocheted whales, octopi, manatees, seasonal décor, and more, along with decorative pom-poms and pom-pom garlands. I love teaching others about marine animals and crafting. If you’re ever in the area, please stop by to chat! I look forward to meeting you on a Sunday very soon.

JeanWolter93_1_-357x239Artist:  Jean Wolter
Business: Knits and Glitz
Products: Knit & Felted Hats, Scarves and Bags

Email: jeanbwolter@aol.com

Products/Info:  Felted hats and bags designed and adorned using lovely combinations of colors and textures. Most bags are lined. Some matching scarves and hats using ultra soft and warm yarns such as alpaca and silk. Comfortable and luxurious accessories. Some items embellished with beadwork.