Fieldhouse Flea Vendors
Fieldhouse Flea Market Vendors and Makers get the #FieldhouseFleaSealOfApproval!
In addition to Women's League booths that embody the Flea Market spirit with bargains galore—Jewelry, Boutique, Books, and Grandma's Attic—the Fieldhouse Flea Market attracts a wonderful range of local vendors and makers who offer antiques, junktique, re-purposed, household items, jewelry, artisan crafts, gourmet treats, and more!
*Below is the list of amazing vendors who were planning to attend the 2020 Fieldhouse Flea. Please peruse the list and visit their web sites to see their offerings online. With so many events being postponed and cancelled, these hard-working small business owners are feeling the loss. So why not do some extra early holiday shopping? Join us in supporting these local companies who are such an integral part of our community.
Back Room Vintage: Find garden, home décor, rugs, small furniture pieces, art, primitives, smalls and more.
Built From Scrap creates one of kind pieces of folk-Art, Yard Art and fun conversation pieces from old scrap iron, barn wood or other vintage items we find along the way.
Curious Deer: Rustic potting tables and benches with a mix of vintage garden décor.
Fircrest Antiques' booth brims with antiques, including: artwork, furniture, glassware, art pottery, garden and yard art, primitives, photos and ephemera, signs and advertising items, dolls, sculptures, miniatures, re-purposed lighting, and vintage vinyl records. There's something for everyone!
Found Again: Kathleen Jewell finds vintage, antique, and re-purposed treasures for your home and garden. Visit Kathleen for a childhood memory...a vintage toy, grandma's quilt, a teddy bear or a favorite Christmas ornament.
Ginny's Girls is a family vintage business operated by Ginny's daughters Meriann and Annette, and her granddaughters, Abby, Mallory and Jamie. Visit Ginny's Girls for exceptional vintage items, including garden and outdoor décor.
Gypsy Paintbrush loves to travel and shop all over the country for unusual and truly hard to find antiques, like: Vintage barkcloth fabric, antique textiles and buttons, Victorian hand-painted frames and mirrors, antique ironstone, and vintage artwork, plus a large collection of vintage garden, frogs, tools and pottery.
Hipichiki, funky beautiful. Scatter good wherever you go.
Janku Land Records brings collectible and affordable used vinyl records, books, music/pop memorabilia and toys.
JOHNBob has cool junk! Featuring: vintage furniture and collectibles, plus hand-sewn pillows made from vintage fabric.
La Junk: Vintage furniture, clothes, art, linens, dishes and glassware, tons of jewelry, housewares, wine barrels, architectural salvage and more. "We are treasure hunters. Come shop our finds!"
Megan's Pyrex will take your back to memories of baking in the kitchen with grandma. You'll find a wide variety of vintage Pyrex in all colors and patterns, vintage Fire-King glassware, and other vintage collectables.
Poison Apple loves bright & colorful, eye-catching & fun vintage clothing, handmade items, quirky collectibles, and wacky novelty items!
Purple Cow Antiques offers an eclectic inventory. You'll find diverse items such as chintz china, glass, rusty springs, painted or restored small furniture, plus elements for your own up-cycle projects for your shabby chic, industrial, and rustic farmhouse look.
Pure Vintage: Lots of local vintage Tacoma curiosities, vintage ephemera, vintage linens, vintage housewares, vintage jewelry, vintage holiday, and of course vintage clothing and accessories. Vintage, vintage, vintage!
St. Clair Antiques offers items that bring out the nostalgia in you, whether it be a soft hand-stitched quilt or advertising containers from the 40's and 50's. St. Clair has a little bit of everything from antiques to collectibles, to oddities and treasures.
The Gathering: An Urban Women's Market hunts out the useful and the unusual. You'll find a mix of this & that: baskets, display pieces, linen, garden items, up-cycled treasures, and more.
Two Sisters: Do you like vintage? Antiques? Primitives? Everything Rusty and Dusty? Two Sisters offers old Tacoma school milk bottles, galvanized buckets and chicken feeders, ladders, tables, 50's & 60's Pyrex, lanterns, painted furniture, outdoor primitives, and vintage Christmas!
Urban Squirrel is a DIY thrift store on Tacoma’s Antique Row, featuring all the pieces and parts you need to create the Pinterest projects of your dreams. At the Flea, they’ll stock our booth with vintage art and home accessories, plus fun creations like Little Golden Thoughts and Gnomes in the Moss.
Color Cornucopia: Lovely crocheted gifts for all ages.
Dockworks & Stocklist Goods: Aaron Goodge of Toolbox, and Liz Van Dyke of Stocklist Goods & Gifts, combine their creative ideas and Aaron's skill as a woodworker to build a line of local wood products, including: frames, tables of all sort of sizes, mirrors, and more. The goods they make are full of stories, using wood salvaged from spots in Washington, the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
Downing Pottery: Downing Pottery celebrates home with its rendering of city skylines, architectural landmarks and other beloved iconography of Tacoma and beyond. Each piece of ceramic table and house ware is made by Sarah D Woodson at her home studio in the Lincoln District.
KimFits creates mixed media art—jewelry, small canvases, bookmarks, dolls. "Art you didn't know you needed!"
Lemon Heart Creations creates unique and wonderfully whimsical soft creations using up-cycled materials: dolls, bunnies, and kitties of all sizes. These handmade dolls come in a literal rainbow of colors—designed to represent all people, all families, all individuals.
Wax & Wool: Drop by to meet this small-batch candle maker who is obsessed with knitting and community!
Bliss Small Batch Creamery: As moms with kids with food allergies and chemical reactions, Bliss is committed to only using the very best natural ingredients that are free from any artificial dies, flavors and preservatives. They also offer a variety of frozen treats that are dairy free, egg free, gluten free and nut free.
Bona Fide Potents: A collection of all natural, nearly mystical, alchemical concoctions—beverage ingredients of fine repute for soft drinks, hard drinks and everything in between, all lovingly formulated and produced in Tacoma.
Brewganic Coffee brews one cup of coffee at a time using the "Pour Over" method, producing a flavorful, fresh and unique way to serve to coffee—and also providing an opportunity to chat with customers! Drop by to try Brewganic's Whiskey Barrel Cold Brew Coffee (without the alcohol), which has become a Farmers Market crowd favorite.
Jan Parker Cookery specializes in Modern Filipino food that retains the traditional flavors of the culture while utilizing local ingredients. You can expect Chef Jan’s food to be prepared with the utmost care & detail, incorporating knowledge gained at The Four Seasons in Seattle to present food in an elevated manner, yet at an affordable price.
Mama D's Farm-to-Market Foods, a local mom/daughter cooking team, uses the best Washington berries and fruit to create artisan jam flavors like Rhubarb Hibiscus, Blackberry Jalapeno, and Pear Butter. They also offer candy, including toffees, turtles, and peanut brittles. Yum!
My Little Dahlia is a vintage-style camper bar serving delicious espresso, cappuccinos & lattes along with hand-crafted cookies & hand pies.
Only Oatmeal Cookie Creations offers a uniquely delicious spin on the traditional oatmeal cookie. Drop by for a taste of addictively delicious cookies and Candy Clusters. Oatmeal with…Caramel Apple, Chocolate Chip, Cranberry, Peanut Butter, Pecan Raisin, Toffee Almond, White Chocolate Macadamia, and more!
Purdy Organic Pickles took their love of eating organic and preserving foods to create their pickle company. Their product line includes dill and spicy cucumbers, carrots, and onions; asparagus, garlic, beets, and jalapenos; plus bread & butter pickles. "We made Purdy Good Pickles!"
Sweetly Made: Fresh...hot...made-to-order...organic...mini donuts!
Tease Chocolates: Chocolate lovers visiting Tease's storefront in the Stadium District can find house-ground chocolates including single-origin bars, sugar-free chocolates and hand-made truffles. Other small batch confections include original and traditional flavors of caramel and toffees. There's something for everyone!
The Old Red Barn Popping Company: Please pop by for FRESH Kettle Corn and Caramel Corn!
Companion Planting creations are focused on using natural forms, textures and materials; combined with living plants to fill your home with artistic natural energy! Check out Companion Planting's macramé, Marimo Moss biomes (easy-care aquatic houseplants considered lucky in Japan), and terrariums.
Krissy's Succulents: Come see what green Krissys succulents can bring to your space! Succulents, cactus, air plants, and house plants for all levels.
Washington State Dahlia Society promotes the growing, showing and enjoyment of dahlias. Visit our booth to purchase dahlia bulbs and to get advice for growing the best dahlias! Located outdoors, in front of the Fieldhouse
>>>Looking for garden décor? Several of our Antique, Vintage, Re-purposed vendors bring treasures to adorn your outdoor spaces!
Capable Father is a Tacoma artist and work-at-home father of 9 who creates unique jewelry using a variety of salvaged materials. His first pieces were the result of a fascination with the way chandelier crystals moved light and fractured images, combined with a love of vintage book art!
happy fox studio jewelry designs unique, minimalist jewelry—mostly from reclaimed materials. Whether created from deconstructed vintage pieces, quirky bits from Tinkertopia or secondhand beads, the pieces are both simple and bold.
Hoity Toity Designs: Handmade, one-of-a-kind jewelry, accessories, and décor crafted from vintage and antique materials, including vintage rhinestones, watch faces and/or parts, antique keys & buttons, along with vintage spice/candy tins, doorknobs, oil cans, etc.
Magpie Mouse Studios: Inspired by the beauty of the Pacific Northwest, Seattle artist Sarah Meranda creates handmade enamel jewelry and accessories for your home and garden, including herb markers made of copper and brass.
Sanford & Daughter: Jewelry made from salvaged roof tiles off Tacoma's Old City Hall Clock Tower! 100% copper roof tiles exposed to the elements for over 125 years has resulted in a bold, gorgeous, natural patina! Own a piece of Tacoma history! Custom orders and personalized items available.
Splendor and Stone: Modern jewelry designs feature stone (of course), metal, and sometimes fringe. Swing by to experience the splendor for yourself!
Anagram Press: Unique prints, paper goods, and books with a strong sense of community and place. Illustrated by Chandler O’Leary and made right here in Tacoma.
Arts & Crafts Press: Yoshiko Yamamoto and her staff are passionate about preserving and advancing the traditional aspects of letterpress and woodblock printing, while striving to find and use "greener" materials, tools, and packaging. Greeting cards are printed using antique presses, and colorful limited-edition linoleum and woodblock prints are made using multiple hand-carved blocks.
Hawthorn & Honey creates small-batch herbal remedies using locally foraged plants from all over the Puget Sound and Cascade Mountains. Explore their selection of handmade soaps, salves, tinctures and tea.
Honeyberry Studios: Happy art and thoughtful paper goods inspired by nature, animals, and the simple joys of everyday life. Find greeting cards and stationery gifts to brighten your day!
Northwest Moments: Photo cards and prints featuring Northwest nature and scenic views.
Port City Printworks: Kelly Richards is a Tacoma-based linoleum block printer. First inspired by the Hiroshige and Hokusai block prints she saw while living in Japan, Kelly became drawn to landscape printmakers that seem to be working toward giving their audience a sense of place through their prints.
White Pigeon Bindery makes coptic bound journals and handbound leather notebooks. They're available with blank, lined, or watercolor pages, so there's something for everyone!
Hawthorn & Honey Botanicals: "I'm a wildcrafting herbalist, so I forage all over the PNW for medicinal plants. My handmade soaps were taught to me by my grandmother. I also use glass for most of my products to keep them environmentally friendly."
KV Apothecary offers all natural, homemade body products that moisturize and protect you from the sun & bugs, and soothe your aches & pains. Check out the balms for bikers, babies, and nursing moms and salves for scars and tattoos.
Pepper Pot Polish is creative expression and a feminist point of view through glitter and pigment featuring handcrafted polish, cuticle oils, lip glosses, eye shadow, and bath oils.
Believe Love Unite was founded in 2017 by Tara Clark, a Puget Sound alum. All profits from the sale of Believe Love Unite products are donated to nonprofit organizations in alignment with the message. To date, over $65,000 has been donated.
Cascadian Craft: Inspired by the Pacific Northwest Trail and the beauty to be found in the wild places of this special corner of the world, Cascadian Craft offers original designs printed by hand on clothing, posters, and more.
Paper Diamonds Clothing Co. designs Northwest-inspired screen printed t-shirts, hats, enamel mugs, stickers and other goods. "We are artists, designers, and urban adventurers celebrating Pacific Northwest culture in the best way we know how: VISUALLY. We are Northwest till death!"
PolyRev is a counter-culture youth movement, seeking to spread ideas through art, music, direction, action, and education. Offering hand-printed clothing, including 253-inspired shirts, sweatshirts, and tanks.
Sassa Fratz: Funky duds for men and women! Sassa Fratz offers vintage clothing and accessories from the 1950's to 1990's for all sizes—versatile styles for costume or everyday modern wear.
Shroom Brothers creates wearable and hangable art that people are proud to own. (And envious if they do not.) Offering fused glass, hand-colored prints, fine art, tote bags, and t-shirts all featuring original art.
Sweetpea & Boy creates hand screen-printed apparel for babies, kids, and adults. Original designs—many with a fun local flair—will distinguish you and yours from the rest! "We don't design any item that we wouldn't wear ourselves."
Tacoma Tot: Handmade baby and toddler shoes, plus leather and wool Felt bags from the heart of Tacoma!
Women's League Booths (Proceeds go to scholarships!)
Finding treasures at the Women's League Booths? Please consider donating your change or rounding up. Every cent helps!
Books: Print and audio books, maps, movies, and music galore! Upstairs, with Grandma's Attic
Boutique and Grandma's Attic: Collectibles; vintage & antique items; housewares, home & garden décor, holiday items, craft supplies, tools, games & toys, sporting goods & camping gear, and other treasures! Grandma's Attic (famous for its bargains!) is upstairs, near the back of the building. The Boutique is downstairs in the Logger classroom—at the back, on the left (south east) side of the shopping floor.
>>>Speaking of bargains...in 2016, a shopper bought a painting from Grandma's Attic for $5 that was then valued by antiques experts at over $500!
Furniture: Small side tables, chairs, lamps, mirrors, rugs, trunks, and other odds & ends. Upstairs in Grandma's Attic
Jewelry & Accessories: Whether you're seeking fun & funky vintage jewelry to wear as-is, or pieces and parts for your own creations, you'll find it here! Upstairs, just outside of Grandma's Attic
Raffle: Purchase tickets for wonderful prizes, featuring items donated by many of our fabulous vendors—marked with asterisks in the list above! Tickets are $1 apiece. Or—if you like a bargain—for each $5 you spend, you get a free ticket! $5 = 6 tickets, $10 = 12, $20 = 24, etc. Lobby
Snack Bar**: Grab a snack so you have energy to keep shopping! Downstairs, near the lobby