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Toledo Farmers Market

June 15, 2018
By Dawn Troutner - Toledo Market Master , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Market Report for June 8, 2018

Another fabulous might for the Toledo Farmers' Market. The vendors were ready and the customers had their goods in their hands when the whistle blew.

Kristi brought plenty of cookies, bars, breads, pies, rolls, and her Czech bakery.

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Dawn Troutner
Toledo Market Master

Caryn was ready to go with jams, jellies, variety of snack mixes, and caramel corn assortment.

Darold had eggs, onions, lettuce, and his up- cycled re-cycled tables out of tire.

Shirley and Michael were back with rolicky, noodles, buchty and kolache.

Busy Bee Acres was there with lop balm, solid lotion bars, and an assortment of honey.

Chuck and Ginger brought pies, breads, kolaches, eggs, popcorn, honey, onion, kohlrabi, and nutmeats.

Sheryl was all set up and ready to go with colorful ceramics, towels, potholders, aprons, scrubbies, bowl holders, oven mitts, soap sachets, wine bottle coolers, and microwave pouches. Some of Sheryl's items made it to our facebook page this week.

Bailey had a table full of small pies, small loaves of assorted breads, apple butter, and cork art. Bailey's table is on our facebook page this week.

Jim was under the pine tree with lots of handmade leather items.

Janet brought eggs, cornbread, banana breads, m&m pan cookies, rolls, and 100% wheat bread. Janet also made our facebook page this week.

Joe and Barb had a bright table with week with lettuce, kohlrabi, radishes, green onions, banana bread with walnuts, crisp, granola, yeast breads, small pies, and pens. Joe and Barb's table also made our facebook page.

Kathy was back with her delicious bakery, roll's kolaches, cantaloupe bread, bars, twisted loaves, nut coils, and snack mixes.

Flowers and Birds Baths were set up with Julie's eye-catching plate art. Julie's work of art made our facebook page this week.

Ryan was back with his Fanciful Fiber Llama & Alpaca items. Ryan brought 100% llama knit socks, 100% Alpaca stocking hats, scarf's, rugs made with llama fiber, llama fiber bird nester, which he also has the llama fiber bird nester refills. Ryan also made llama dryer balls, these balls shorten drying time by up to 25%, they bounce amongst the clothes creating loft for better air flow and quicker dying. They also soften clothes, reduce static, and eliminate wrinkles. He also had llama fiber cat toys, and skeins of Llama and Alpaca yard. Ryan has a rug loam and made rugs, and hand bags. His new project is making Llama Felted hats with a milliner block. They are pretty cool. More information will be coming on these items. Ryan brought his mother's embroider tea towels, and pillow cases. Ryan is also on the facebook page this week with some of his items. Be sure to make it to the north end of the market to see all of Ryan's llama and alpaca items.

It was a full market with plenty of items to purchase. The veggies are slow coming on, but more and more will be showing up in the following weeks. Be sure to come out on Friday night from 5-7 pm and make your purchases.

Bring your lawn chairs on June 22 and enjoy some music from Storm Seymour and his musicians. See you at market.

 
 

 

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