605 Made Holiday Market vendor guide

The 605 Made Holiday Market on Saturday, Dec. 2, will offer a fabulous mix of products from 50 makers.

The pop-up market will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the underground parking area at Cherapa Place, which is on the east side of the Big Sioux River between Sixth and Eighth streets.

The 605 Made Holiday Market is sponsored by The First National Bank in Sioux Falls and co-organized by SiouxFalls.Business and Knotty Gnome Variety & Salvage.

Here’s a look at the local makers who will have their items for sale.

605 Vintage Designs

Owner: Meagon Mitchell

About: Handmade wooden frames, signs and other home decor with a vintage feel

Art Moms

Owners: Pennie Ogden and Chantel Olson

About: Mother-daughter art team making hand-painted, original pieces of mixed media

Artistic Instruments

Owner: Patty Kolke

About: Repurposed musical instruments and accessories turned into lamps, card holders, music memorabilia and decorative wall hangings

ArtWear With Attitude

Owner: Ann Taecker

About: Casual and special occasion wear in bold colors

Bieber Design Sioux Falls

Owner: Sarah Bieber

About: Original, hand-lettered typography prints

Blu Moon Designs

Owner: Amy Balster

About: Handcrafted jewelry

Brick House Creations

Owner: Katie Bukrey

About: Handcrafted jewelry using mixed metals, gemstones, vintage finds and more

Bryghton Edberg

Owner: Bryghton Edberg

About: Macrame and dream catchers

Carolyn’s Creations

Owner: Carolyn Weisenburger

About: Lined and quilted zipper pouches in colorful fabrics

Circle of Violet Weaving

Owner: Cathleen Zepeda

About: Handwoven rugs, coin purses and place mats


Dakota Doodle Doo

Owner: Becky Mortenson

About: Crocheted winter items to wear and crocheted items for the kitchen

Dakotah Knits

Owner: Mary Englar

About: Handmade knitted accessories

Deb’s Designer Crafts

Owner: Deb DeZee

About: Designer Post-It holders and holiday-treat gifts

DS Custom Glassworks

Owner: Debbie Satlak

About: Fused glass items including night-lights, crosses, candy dishes and garden sticks

Gertie’s Attic

Owners: Mallory Easton and Doris Royston

About: Recipe and address boxes


Griff Collars & Co.

Owners: Branden and Melissa Glaser

About: Handcrafted dog collars

Handcrafted by Heidi

Owner: Heidi Schrag

About: Handcrafted stained glass ornaments and sun catchers

Hazel’s Hand Mades

Owner: Barbara Dorrel-Christen

About: South Dakota and Sioux Falls-themed tea towels and canvas tote bags

Honey B. Design Co.

Owners: Chad and Rebecca Garnes

About: Repurposed works of art made from windows, scrap wood, tools, metal, bottles, and railroad plates and spikes

Irish Twins Soap Co.

Owner: Erin Nelson

About: Hand-poured, all-natural rustic soaps, spa items, green home-keeping products, and soy wax candles and melts

Junebug Creations

Owner: Judy Nelson

About: Tutus, princess crowns, aprons, dresses, search pillows, tag blankets and bibs

The Junk Gene

Owners: Chris and Joel Bordewyk

About: Upcycled and repurposed vintage wares, furniture and suitcase boom boxes

Just My Stuff

Owner: Mirian Strom

About: Swarovski crystal bracelets and earrings

Kari’s Kreations

Owner: Kari Elrod

About: Handmade jewelry, wine accessories and gifts

Knotty Gnome

Owners: Stacy and Kyle Wengler

About: Steel yard and home decor

Lisa’s Bowtique

Owner: Lisa Rolfson

About: Handmade children’s clothing and accessories

Little Shop on the Lake

Owner: Misty Barber

About: Colorful quilted pieces and handmade journals

Lucy & Woody Soaps and Sundries

Owner: Holly Kollbaum

About: Handmade soaps, lotions and scrubs

Luna B Jewelry

Owner: Jennifer Petersen

About: Boho-chic jewelry and offbeat gifts for the home

Mama Peacock

Owner: Sarah Dorn

About: Handmade jewelry that’s rustically refined and meaningful


Mary’s Kitchen and Gardens

Owner: Mary Storo

About: Homemade baked goods, canned goods and specialty items

Mitzi’s Pretties

Owner: Mitzi Rozeboom

About: Handmade purses, scarves, wristlets and accessories made from new and vintage fabric and reclaimed leather

Modish Designs & Boutique

Owner: Amy Hallem

About: Custom screen-printed and embroidered hats, T-shirts and sweatshirts

Nana Pants by Betsy

Owner: Betsy Lorenzen

About: Character-inspired hats, hooded towels, loveys and reading pillows for kids

Original Cyn

Owner: Cynthia Hines

About: One-of-a-kind art, calligraphy signs, home decor and novelty pieces

Prairie Flair Design

Owner: Stephanie Swanson

About: Vintage silverware jewelry

QT Caps

Owner: Sheena Sinkgraven

About: Hand-crocheted items including scrubbies, washcloths, towels, hats, cowels and blankets

Quail Honey

Owner: Jocelyn Ulvestad and Eric Quail

About: Locally made honey, food and skin items

Queen Bee Products

Owner: Beth Lin

About: Natural skin care items made with local beeswax, and natural and essential oils and butters

Sawdust Homemade Creations

Owner: Kim Schmidt

About: Homemade colorful birdhouses, candleholders, yard games, painted house quilts, holiday decorations and wine gift bags

Sewn by Sailor

Owner: Michelle Sayler

About: Clothing and accessories for kids, home decor, hats, kimonos and scarves

She’s Sew Crafty

Owner: Doni Rolfson

About: Paper crafts including cards, notebooks and photo albums

SLR Creative

Owner: Sayda Rolfson

About: Finger-crocheted scarves and bracelets, along with earrings, necklaces and leather cuffs

South Dakota Yarn Co.

Owner: Anastasia Williams

About: Yarns naturally dyed by hand

Stone’s Famous Kettle Corn

Owner: Jeff Stone

About: Hand-popped kettle corn


Owner: Kasi Foss

About: Handmade wood decor

Superior Quality Cornhole & Heatherly Studios

Owner: Heather Cool

About: Boards and bags for the game of corn hole, hot/cold therapy wraps, mini clutch purses and wrist strap key fobs

Tannenbaum Tree Farm

Owners: Tim and Claudia Wassom

About: Outdoor Christmas and winter decorations fresh from the farm

Unique Junque

Owner: Remington Cain

About: Hand-stenciled painted signs and home decor

Wit Wear Co.

Owner: John Ashlock

About: Witty, humorous, local nostalgic products including T-shirts, mugs, fine prints and more

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605 Made Holiday Market vendor guide

The 605 Made Holiday Market on Saturday, Dec. 2, will offer a fabulous mix of products from 50 makers.

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