WOODS, GOODS & SERVICES
benefiting NEK Habitat for Humanity
Unpainted white pine stool
with walnut plugs.
20” tall, 18” wide at base.
Artisans-Glendon & Chrystal Fox
$45 Buy now
Throughout the 14 years that Upper Valley Habitat for Humanity has been operating a chapter here in the Northeast Kingdom, we have had the pleasure of meeting and working with folks who are not only wonderful volunteers and supporters, but also craftspeople in their own right. This NEK Habitat online catalog is not only a demonstration of their talents, but also evidence of the kind of caring we Vermonters have for our neighbors. See our display in Caplan's windows on Railroad Street. For more information about individual items, call (802) 751-1212.
White pine with walnut plugs.
20” tall, 18” wide at base
Artisans - Glendon & Chrystal Fox
Cherry with floating top and tapered legs.
36” long, 13.5” wide, and 45.5” tall.
Artisan - Dan Swainbank
$500 Buy now
Hand Knitted Blanket
Brand-new beautiful knit blanket, predominately yellow with pink, blue and green. Size: 52” x 72”.
Artisan - Holly Nolan
$100 Buy now
Red/white pine with aromatic red cedar lining, hidden drawer and a brass lock.
Dimensions are 36”x20”x20”.
Artisan - Doug Carter
$600 Buy now
Large Folding Drying Rack
Open: 19 x 36 x 51” high. Folded: 26” x 36” x 6”. Made of White Ash and Black Cherry, and Poplar dowels. Polyurethane finish.
Artisan - Rick Stodola
Bat Colony House
Made of local pine and cedar and does not
This home will support a colony of about 50 bats. Instructions for mounting are included.
Dimensions: 28-1/2” high x 9-1/2” wide.
Artisan - Bob Gondar
“Fish are Jumping”
Numbered and signed Giclee diptych print 15/500 by Stephen Huneck 2001.
Depicts Sally the Labrador Retriever frolicking in a lake with some Vermont Rainbow Trout.
Framed size: 27”x31”
Donated by Rob Balivet
$1,699 Buy now
Chair Seat Weaving
A new seat for your old chair!
Materials range typically $50 to $100 per seat. Choose from Shaker woven tape, natural strand cane, flat reed, oval reed, ash splint, or natural rush.
Labor ranges from $100 to $200, which includes removal of old seating materials, regluing and light sanding of chair, weaving the seat, and finish with shellac or tung oil.
Artisan - Robert Swartz
Call (802) 473-0501 for a quote.
Vintage Little Rocking Chair with
Hand-woven Cane Seat
This sweet little chair was rescued from the trash pile at the Kinerson home in Ryegate by Peter Sinclair and fully resurrected by Bob Swartz.
Dimensions:: back 33 1/2” high, apron 16 1/2” wide, rockers 30”.
Artisan: Bob Swartz
$300 Buy now
Wooden cube made from oak with walnut highlights. Clear finish.
Weather instrument on each face: a clock, thermometer, hygrometer, and barometer.
Bottom is removable for access.
Dimensions: 5” x 5” x 6”
Artisan - Bob Nixon
Printer’s Proof of “Cowboys Lunch”
This is a beautifully matted and framed printer’s proof of a Will Moses painting.
Dimensions: 19” x 28”.
$300 Buy now
Made of local cedar and constructed to North American Bluebird Society standards.
Will last 25-30 years and does not
Instructions for mounting are included.
Dimensions are 20” high x 6” wide.
Artisan - Bob Gondar
$30 each Buy now
Using archival glass, mat board, and foam core. You submit the article, up to 16" by 20", and the artisan will frame with in-stock molding.
Artisan: Penny Courchesne
$75 Buy now