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5 Eastford Road, Eastford, CT, United States
34 Route 87, Columbia, CT, United States
341 Hanks Hill Road, Mansfield, CT, United States

Hand built and wheel thrown decorative and functional items in stoneware and porcelain. You’ll find bowls, cups, platters, planters and more.

24 Bebbington Rd, Ashford, CT, United States

Potter and writer. Handmade pottery for the kitchen and table. Bowls,spoon jars, platters, storage jars, dinnerware, baking dished, jugs and more. Participates in Artists Open Studios and Connecticut Open House Day. Otherwise by appointment.

38 Bozrah Street, Bozrah, CT, United States

Six Paca Farm is a working alpaca farm utilizing the fiber in rugs, scarves, gloves, clothing articles-all for sale in a coffee shop.

Hours:  Tuesday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

P.O.Box 522 Old Mystic, CT 06372

I am a plein air painter, inspired by the moods of the woodlands, shoreline, marshes, and changing weather of New England. I work in oils, pastel, watercolor, charcoal, mixed media, and more. I and also an Art teacher of adults and children, and an Expressive Arts Facilitator, helping clients learn to use the arts to heal.

290 Route 169, Woodstock, CT, United States

Home decor with a country/primitive flair. We carry country curtains, berry garlands and Woodwick candles. Featuring local artisans, jewelry, gifts, and penny candy.

Hours: Monday 11a.m.- 5 p.m., Wednesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m.- 4 p.m., Closed Tuesdays.

12 Putnam Road, Pomfret, CT, United States
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206 Oakwood Drive, Windham, CT, United States

Linda Jo Stevens, a creative and resourceful woman, has brought her considerable energy and creativity to bear on numerous entrepreneurial enterprises.

An only child from Saratoga Springs New York, Linda laughs, remembering her mother telling her, “I don’t know where you came from. I think the gypsies must have dropped you off.” Gypsies or not, Linda’s craft is big and dramatic. Raw stones, pottery beads and yarn become bright rings, bracelets, and scarves.

A bit of a crow collecting shiny objects, Linda turned early to crafts. At a young age she began to explore her sense of design, teaching herself as she tried many techniques.

More than just an artisan, Linda is also a fun loving business person who is game to try new things. One of her early business ventures started when she gathered pinecones and horse chestnuts in the back yard. These became wreathes which she sold to national retailers. She opened and operated two Connecticut businesses, Romantic Reflections and Country Classics with great success.

Linda Stevens is currently the President at Swift Waters (2012). Her sense of adventure and “make do” attitude reflect a gypsy spirit. Look for her bold jewelry and knitted items next time you are in the store. Her display changes frequently and is sure to bring you a smile.

92 Day Street, Brooklyn, CT, United States
866 Main Street, Willimantic, CT, United States

Cloth works

Swift Waters

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