MEET THE GOSSIP VENDORS

Many of the treasures you'll find at The Gossip are the work of our talented vendors. These local artisans and crafters share their gifts with the community through beautiful handmade products. Learn more about them here and stop by The Gossip to pick up a hand-crafted piece by a local maker.

Abra Wheeler

I am Carolyn McKee. I am a lover of vintage items and get excited when customers come in and find treasures for their home or gifts to give!

We are Druzy Sisters Boutique. we sell clothings and accessories because we love fashion. We like to offer our clients affordable fashionable styles in a variety of sizes. You don't need to travel to get cute clothes. You can get an entire outfit right here in Holton. The Gossip has that hometown charm and we love having our items available to shop locally.

I'm Beth Amon. I love the Gossip. It is such a unique place. Carolyn loves vintage and I like to mix vintage and new. We really do have something for everyone. We now have clothes and real vintage Persian rugs. We now have a gift registry for couples. I love to look for unique things to bring to the store and I love to visit with the customers and help them find what they are looking for. Come look. You won't be disappointed unless you saw it yesterday and come back for it dotty and it sold!!!

Burton grew up on a farm. His father was a mechanic and welder, and from an early age he loved to tinker. Lucky for us, he never outgrew it. He makes a variety of pieces with re-purposed items. He uses a coal forge to make functional and decorative items, along with a variety of other pieces from tables and cabinets to jewelry and vessels. Burton produces one-of-a-kind works from a variety of mediums. His forged work as been published in The Anvil's Ring.

Carol Totten is the vendor behind Carol's Recycled Art and Children's Books. She was in her 60s when she decided she wanted to play more, and found that paint, color, and texture brought her a special kind of joy. Carol finds happiness in expressing her creativity and encourages all people to find joy in the beauty around them. Carol's playfulness is our gain — come in a check out her work today!

Sandi Butler starting quilting 10 years ago and fell in love. She started out gifting her lovely quilts (or keeping them for herself), and eventually starting selling table runners and other small gifts. She started doing machine embroidery in 2016 and her business took off. She does lots of holiday gifts and has a cute line of embroidered tea towels. She has lots of designs to choose from and loves to be creative, so contact Sandi for custom looks, too.