Our first time showing at Field + Supply in Kingston, New York: a review!
On Memorial Day weekend, we participated in Field + Supply, a makers market in Kingston, New York that showcases a curated selection of vendors highlighting goods, old and new, from a wide variety of studios and workshops. With the lapping Hudson River as our backdrop and the Catskill Mountains within view, we connected with shoppers, friends and editors and over the three-day event made sweet new associations with our neighboring vendors.
We also took some time to walk the market and in doing so, discovered like-minded quilt and textile lovers. Below are a few of our favs. Look for us at Field + Supply’s Fall Market, October 6-8, as we return to this beautiful location and its festival-like atmosphere. We’re already at work on exciting new products that will be perfect for holiday gift giving!
Bianca Kuttickattu, founder of Namai, designs these cool, slouchy jackets from vintage kantha blankets. The way we see it, these pieces are wearable art.
The Highlands Foundry is native to the Hudson Valley. Owner and operator Cheryl Pagano makes small batch apparel and home decor out of vintage textiles.
The Falls takes up-cycling and reworking to the next level with their array of garments, pillows, and accessories. We appreciate their stance on slow fashion and sustainably resourced goods.
Slow Process revamps vintage textiles while keeping true to their slogan of “Fixing the Male Uniform”. All garments are made from heirloom tablecloths, feed sacks, and late 1800s coverlets. We love to see a new life brought to these stunningly detailed pieces.