There are many craft people at the
festival that make items by hand.
The glass blower gives a half hour
display as he heats up glass in an oven and gradually forms and
blows a glass bottle or vase. He also has items that he has made on
display for sale. If you like glass blowing then you will like this
This guy makes miniature catapults that he puts little marshmallows
in and shoots people with as they walk by.
Deb at Inch By Inch Weaving works her
weaving machine to make the material that she uses to make shoals,
bonnetts, mittens and many other items.
This wood carver demostrates his
woodworking human powered machine. He carves all the items you see
If you like card tricks
then you may want to check this guy out. he performs a card trick
and then shows you how he did it. He has the card trick deck of
cards for sale so you can preform the same tricks he is doing.
If you like to shop then you will love this festival. There are all kind of
craft people displaying and selling their homemade goods. You have a wood
carver, cotton spinner, glass blower, pottery, candle makers and the list goes
on. Her are a few pictures of these shops and some videos of the people making
their goods in action.
Below is the Glass Blower with molten glass from the oven. It is
about a half hour from start to finish. He has his blown glass on display for
Deb travels from one Renaissance Festival to another. She says she gets to
travel and makes enough money to take care of all of her expenses. She has some
beautiful items on display for sale. All items are hand made from her. You can
purchase items from her website or at the festival. Visit Deb's site at
All items are carved by hand. All these tops below were hand made.
Many other items for sale that are hand made.