Made in my Hometown is a unique shopping opportunity! 

 Everything is homemade, hand crafted or refurbished!  You can find gorgeous refurbished items, homemade wreaths, home goods, woodworking, homemade soaps, artwork and more.  Stop in during our "shop in person" hours, or if you don't want to wait shop online with each seller below!

Shop online anytime below or
in person March 27th 10 am - 4pm and March 28, 2021 from 10am - 2pm
 in charming historic downtown Jefferson, WI shopping locations, all within a walking block 
127 S Main Street  115 S Main Street 

Operation Wood  Reclaimed wood home decor and custom woodworking.

Our names are Eric and Breanna, and we are the proud owners, designers, and craftsmen of Operation Wood. Our journey in woodworking started in 2017. We are self-taught woodworkers and enjoy showing our creativity in our work. We make hand painted home decor with reclaimed wood. Our passion is in custom wood work. We love to make coffee tables, garbage can holders, entry way tables, and anything else our customers envision for their homes. 

Breanna Taylor and Eric Schmidt
Rome, WI

Little Mrs Crafty Pants  Debby Pasewald, sole owner of Little Mrs Crafty Pants enjoys creating all of her products from signs to soaps and so much more! Everything is made with love and passion!

She is trying to help make the world a little better place.  She loves art and crafts of many kinds, so it made sense to follow that path and she started with photography which led her to where she is now. A lot of her products can be customized and made to delight her customers!

She is adding more products and loving her job more every day!  She is thankful to God for showing her this path and will forever be grateful.  2% of her yearly earnings will be going to PAVE for domestic violence as she's been there and wants to pay it forward.

Cheryl's Heartfelt Expressions  My name is Cheryl Hein!

When we moved on the farm it needed a lot of TCL inside and out. So, when we remodeled, we ended up with a lot of barnboards and other wood. 

It was always my dream to someday use these boards to make something out of them! 

I love to decorate, so I started making some into signs and others I decorated with items found around the farm and house. I also buy boards elsewhere. 

What has started out to be my dream has become a reality that gives me much pleasure and enjoyment, which I am very thankful! 

Janet Nelson Art  While living on the east coast, I took oil painting workshops with Al Staszesky who was mentored by Ed Loper, at the Delaware Art Museum in Wilmington DE. Both were students of the Barnes Foundation. As a result, I now work with a limited palette, choosing to mix my own colors. It allows me to play with the interaction of color next to color with a wider range of variety.

I tell my students, "Paint the color you see. Don't be afraid to put brush to canvas. It's only paint."

Out of the Blue Art Licensing contacted me about representation after seeing some artwork posted on LinkedIn. Currently licensed with Marmont Hill for wholesale canvas publishing as well as a few others.

I also have my artwork available on fabric as fat quarters for tea towels and repeats for yardage on My shop there is 

Oaks and Cotton  My name is Samantha Verreault and I'm the owner of Oaks and Cotton. My business was born from a love for thrifting, upcycling and crafting. I have a passion for giving items a second chance to be cherished once again and a love for creating one-of-a-kind pieces that allow you to showcase your unique style.  Whether it's a piece that's perfect as-is or it was refurbished, handcrafted or customized by me; know that each item is backed by a passion for spreading the joy that comes from finding that perfect piece.

↠ Carefully curated vintage, thrifted & upcycled fashion & decor
↠ Custom upcycled signs
↠ Handcrafted leather accessories
↠ Seasonal decor/wreaths
↠ Interior design
↠ Style inspiration

Check out @oaksandcotton on Facebook and Instagram!

Craft Ash.Trophy Creates: 

Hello!  I’m Ashley “CraftAshTrophy” and I’ve been sewing and making all sorts of goodies for as long as I can remember, the vast majority being sewn projects.  My name comes from the old saying “creative minds are rarely tidy”, which is definitely true.  I have been making and selling projects at events for over 20 years and was previously known as the Quirky Quilter.  My current specialties include reusable cloth masks, key fobs, zipper bags, and quilts.  I’ve always enjoyed adding “Crafticality to Practicality” by focusing on useful and purposeful items, especially things you use daily and you can throw in the washer and dryer.  For this next event (3/27-3/28) I’ll have close to 500 masks alone to choose from!  Come by and say Hi!
“CRAFT-y + ASH-ley + TROPHY…like a prize!”

Crafts by Susan: My love of decorating and crafting for my own home has led me to offer my creations to others. I enjoy matching colors that coordinate and spark. My creations include:

-Floral Arrangements in Acrylic Water
-Vases, jars, containers, and votive candle holders, embellished with lace and paper craft flowers.
-Memory Wire Bracelets varying from 3 to 5 multi-layers, using beads, crystals and gemstones of various colors, sizes, and textures. One of my favorites is the “Bride’s Bracelet” consisting of white pearls, seed beads and crystals.
-Gift Bags containing some of the following: hand soap, hand gel, body lotion or shower gel; wax melts, candle jar, list or memo pad, notecards, or nail file.
Susan Blasing - Watertown, WI

Whispering Willow Creations - Welcome to Whispering Willow Creations. We absolutely love to create. Anything from painted furniture, boards, vintage creations, blankets and everything in between.

Creators - Kathy Busler and Jessica Schultze

 Michele Clark, Artist Statement:  My emphasis in art, as well as my life, is on nature--the use of nature’s “art supplies” in my creations and the protection of nature by using and repurposing what I have and what I find. I am an avid walker, and as I walk, I collect bark, seeds, pinecones, corn shucks and leaves to use in my primary medium--handmade paper. Sometimes I include them IN my papers, as well as using them to print images and to frame as art themselves. Out of rocks I find I create fun dinosaurs that children love. I also make more “pure” paper that can be used for wedding invitations, cards, framed statements. Nature Made Art, my business name, can be found on Facebook.

Kay's Creations by Kay Kingston: I have over 50 years of sewing experience. These are just some of the things I make. I turn sweatshirts into one of kind jackets, totes in all sizes for shopping and purses, one of a kind quilts of all sizes, also your own picture quilts, lots of knitting, embroidered shirts, pants and jackets.

Sew Over Teaching:  My name is Lynn Foelker, owner of SewOverTeaching, which opened on Etsy in 2021 after encouragement and support from friends and family. My love for fabric and sewing started from little on being around my mom and grandma who always had a sewing project in the works. Sewing has been my “therapy” away from my everyday life of being a teacher and a mom.
My journey to SewOverTeaching began with blankets and capes and has evolved into bags and purses. Bags and purses are inspired by Sallie Tomato patterns. Most bags and purses are made with cork or faux leather fabric.

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