Barton Creek Farmers Market
Barton Creek Farmers Market has two locations: Our First Location is at the back of the Barton Creek Square mall parking lot overlooking the city---at the intersection of S. Loop 1 (Mopac) and S. Capital of Texas Highway (Loop 360). Hours 9:00am to 1:00pm every Saturday, rain or shine. Our Second Location is 2323 S. Lamar, Austin, TX 78704 on corner of S. Lamar and Bluebonnet. Hours 11:00am to 3:00pm every Sunday, rain or shine.

Austin Shrooms
Ceramic mushrooms as yard art, knitted hats and scarve. The mushrooms will endure the Texas heat and those frosty mornings. All hand made by us, they come in a variety of sizes and colors, small (5″ high) mushrooms are only $3.
www.austinshrooms.com

Fat Cat Studio
Very charming one-of-a-kind recycled jewelry, handmade from vintage tin cans and sterling silver.
fatcatjewelrystudio.com

Fleegal Farms
Fleegal Farms is a small Austin based business, family owned and operated, offering a healthy, natural alternative to commercially produced skin care. We offer a fullrange of products from face and body soaps to creams and sugar scrubs to suit any skin type. Being purists in thought and practice, you can always feel safe using our products on  yourself and your family. Our line includes products that are 100% natural, vegan, or unscented to meet any request.
Elly Fleegal, Fleegal Farms Soap, Botanical Organics
www.fleegalfarms.com

Worth Effort Woodworking - a huge array of handcrafted wooden objects – containers, bowls, utensils and art. They are a father & son woodworking team using recycled and sustainable materials.
wortheffort.com

Jimmy Joe Natoli
Free organic Texas-flavored spirited tunes. His albums include Mango Eatin’ Man, Diesel Fried Chicken and A Texas Christmas.
jimejoe1@yahoo.com

M Squared Jewelry
Mae-Mae’s unique work often has vintage elements dating to the 1900’s including semi precious stones, glass, wood, pearls, crystals, amber and vintage Lucite. “I never take my U.S. citizenship for granted and know how important local community is to keep the economy vibrant so more than 75% of my beads and supplies are bought locally. I want you to feel proud to wear my jewelry and feel good that your money is going back into keeping your community strong. Thank you and please recycle.”
Mae-Mae Stiles
maemaesong@gmail.com

Michelle Waldren Jewelry
Lovely jewelry made with handmade glass beads, etc.

Poems on the Spot While You Shop
Jena Gessaman is a poet, creative writing instructor, performer, publisher and editor. She has self-published seven books; co-written, directed and produced three multi-media performance art pieces; and competed in two national slam poetry competitions.  She writes “Poems on the Spot While You Shop” on her manual 1970 Olivetti Studio 45 typewriter.
www.jenapoetforhire.com

Soy Delites
Soy candles made locally.
Christy Bell
www.soydelites.com

Texas Lavender
Randy Graybill
texaslavender.com

Pat’s Toddler Rockers and Toys
Pat and Edith Nesby
pnesby1@austin.rr.com