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Meet the Artisans who
Turn Good Ideas into Great Gifts

WHETHER it’s an artist creating cutting-edge designs or a manufacturer who’s been crafting heritage products for hundreds of years, we love to learn the stories of the people, processes and traditions behind the products we sell. Meet the people who create some of our products:

April Cornell

April Cornell

April Cornell

Artist April Cornell takes inspiration from her surroundings here in Vermont — as does Donna Larabee, who designs all the linens for April Cornell's eponymous business, which is known worldwide for its richly hued textiles, apparel and home accents. Learn more...

Basket weaving at Peterboro Basket Co

Peterboro Basket Co.

Our Harvest Gathering Basket is handcrafted in New Hampshire by a company that’s been in the basket-making business since 1854. Peterboro Basket Company weaves its baskets out of American hardwood, the same strong and durable wood that is used to make baseball bats, snowshoes and hammer handles. Learn more...


Cool Snow Globes

Liz Ross and David Westby, creators of Cool Snow Globes, have elevated snow globes from child's toy to fine art. Twice commissioned to make exclusive designs for the White House, this Vermont couple makes high-quality, artisan works that feature incredibly detailed sculptures in high-quality glass globes. Learn more...

Weaver at Woolrich Woolen Mills

Woolrich Woolen Mills

Woolrich, the company that provided blankets to soldiers in the Civil War continues its tradition of durable, American-made goods to this day. Founded in 1830, Woolrich is still located in Woolrich, PA, where the Sherpa Rough Rider Blanket is made. Learn more...


Serac, Gardener's Supply's factory

Our Serac team produces the nation’s largest selection of cedar raised beds, elevated beds, raised bed corners and accessories. They also manufacture our exclusive SunLite Gardens indoor grow lights for seed starting and houseplants, as well as our popular garden carts. Learn more...

Garden scissors

Barebones Living

Barebones Living was born from a desire to do good by helping those in need obtain the modern bare-bones needs of life: food, water, shelter and power. Working with organizations around the world, Barebones Living provides basic necessities to those in need and fosters self-reliance. Learn more...

Painter tom Vieth

Tom Vieth

Tom Vieth is an American ex-pat who’s been painting for more than 30 years. He creates his award-winning designs in a small village in the south of France, inspired by the work of Henry Matisse and Raoul Dufy, Learn more...

Jean Ferlesch embroidery

Jean Ferlesch

Inspired by her father's passion for gardening, artist Jean Lugrin Ferlesch combines her love of drawing and sewing to create incredibly detailed and delightfully designed works of art.  Learn more...

Last updated: 10/5/16