Vendors

2013 Vendors

The Sugar Shack:

Sugar-Shack

You’ve seen them at festivals across the Southeast, and you still can’t get enough! Whether it’s French toast and fresh maple syrup for dinner or a too-big-for-one sitting Veggie Thing for breakfast, this North Carolina-based vendor has got what you need. Their meat free menu is always a hit!

 

Dank Eats:

danks eats

A Raleigh, N.C.,-based food-on-wheels service that offers delicious fare at festivals. Serving dishes like quesadillas, chipotle chicken bacon wraps, shwarmas, breakfast food and even vegetable wraps are staples in their menu. After being disappointed by festival food for many years, they have proven through their passion, commitment to quality and friendly service that they are a force to be reckoned with.

 

Spiral Light Productions:

spiral light productions

Tie-dye clothing and goods.

 

Easy Wind Family Creations:

Easy Wind Famil Creations

We make unique hand wrapped jewelry and use a range of quality gemstones. Including garnet, topaz, peridot, tiger-eye, onyx, quartz, tourmaline, kyanite, citrine, malachite and many more to come. We also will do custom orders upon request.

 

Milepost 64 Designs:

milepost 64 designs

My passion for jewelry design goes way back. Many moons ago, I made jewelry for myself, family and friends. Occasionally I would sell my designs in consignment shops or at festivals as I moved from various place to place. I’m a bit of a nomad and have lived in Roanoke VA, San Diego CA, Rocky Mount NC, Greensboro NC, Myrtle Beach SC, Ocracoke Island NC, and Williamsburg VA until finally settling down in Richmond VA. I even lived in a Volkswagon Van for a while. Great adventures!!
It was in RVA I began my non-profit career. I boxed up my supplies, set them on a shelf and concentrated on the demands of my career. In 2011 I began to think on the question “Am I Living the Life I Love?” and was really shocked when I realized the answer was “No”. I love the non-profit sector but a part of me was missing – my passion for jewelry design. You know those friends who ask “if you could do anything what would it be?” My answer was always, “design my own jewelry”. In 2012, I finally decided to have faith and take the leap. I resigned my position and am devoting myself to Milepost 64 Designs.
I’m fully embracing this opportunity to build a business I can be proud of while also building a life that is meaningful, purposeful and honors myself and my family. Plus.…I get the chance to work with jewelry components that I love because they remind me of my nomadic past – Sea Glass, Czech Glass, Afghanistan Jade, and some great bohemian style beads.
My goal for Milepost 64 Designs is to combine my passion for the non-profit sector and jewelry design to create a business with a social purpose. I’m still working out exactly what that looks like so I’m starting with donating 10% of my profits monthly to a local non-profit.
If you’d like to stay informed about Milepost 64 Designs Giving Back program, ‘like’ me on Facebook or send me an e-mail and I’ll add you to my monthly newsletter. Of if you are a passionate about a non-profit, drop me a line and we can discuss donating to them.

 

Jada Bean Art:

jada bean art

my name is Jada Schmidt! i am the owner of jada bean art! i have two stores that carry my line of jewelry and clothing. they are halfmoon and kosmic khameleon and both are located in Virginia beach. this page is were i sell and show the items that the other stores carry. i do everything from wraps, hemp, beaded, tie dye, patchwork clothing but my fav thing to do is to make thing out of old band shirt and turn them into dress and hoodies. i do alot of hand embroidery on the jackets. alot of the jewelry is made out of old pieces that i take apart. i just found out that this is called upcycling!

 

Back Porch Designs:

back porch designs

Kaleidoscope Dyes:

kaleidoscope dyes

Inspiral Hoops:

inspiral hoops

Beaded Soul Wear:

beaded soul wear