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Shop a collection of goods from select ScanFair vendors and partners.
Blue Ice Design
Over the years, Felicia has become increasingly influenced by elements of the northern landscape and has found expression through the language of Scandinavian Modern Design. This is characterized by a respect for simple, clean designs inspired by nature, through the use of sculptural form and, above all, a respect for craftsmanship.
Felicia is originally from New York City where she nourished an ongoing interest in Nordic design and architecture. This led her to live and work in Norway and she now continues her creative effort in the Pacific Northwest.
Folk Art of Norway
Norway’s Folk Art, Rosemaling, originated in the quiet green valleys and high rugged mountains of rural Norway. In the 1600’s Norwegians began painting their soot stained walls and furniture with bright flowing designs inspired by summer flowers and tumbling waterfalls.
Rosemaling by Patti Jo Meshnik: My love of Rosemaling originates from my Norwegian roots. At each show I feature a photo of my dear Grandmother, Ragnhild Rolfsness, taken shortly before leaving Norway in 1903. I enjoy sharing my heritage through the many pieces I paint including plates, bowls, boxes, notecards, Christmas ornaments, tea kettles and even skate boards!
Himmelbjerget Danish Camp
Himmelbjerget Danish Camp is a language and cultural overnight summer camp for kids aged 10 to 18 that is held along the scenic Columbia River Gorge in Corbett, OR. A proud program of the Northwest Danish Association since 1989, Himmelbjerget is a unique opportunity for the younger generation of Danish-Americans here in the pacific northwest and beyond to learn about the traditions, food, history, and language of Denmark all while having an unforgettable summer camp experience. The theme for camp in 2022 is VIKINGS and will be held June 26th through July 2nd. We hope to see you there!
Mother and daughter team, Marcela and 19-year-old Siena, are from Portland and they’ve been making handcraft goods since Siena was very young. They make Waldorf-inspired toys and home decor with wool, beeswax, wood, and recycled maps and books. They’ve turned their garage into an art studio and has given them the space to explore and create. Siena has been part of craft fairs since she was 5 years old and as they’ve grown and learned more, they both have grown their passion and love to make and with that the love of sharing what they create.
New Sweden Cultural Heritage Society
New Sweden Cultural Heritage Society was chartered in 1989 for the purpose of sharing, promoting, strengthening, maintaining our Swedish culture & heritage.
At ScanFair, New Sweden Cultural Heritage Society will sell unique, hand-painted dala horses, tomten posters, metal gingerbread house (pepparkakshus) painting kits, Swedish pea soup gift packages, and delectable home made Swedish baked goods.
Sami bracelets crafted by Augusta Anderson. Based on the ancient handicrafts of the Sami people of Northern Scandinavia, Anderson hand stitches each bracelet using ethically harvested reindeer leather and antlers as well as Pewter thread. All materials and tools are imported from Sweden making each bracelet a timeless link between cultures.
Nordic Knitters & Fiber Arts Club
Beginner and expert knitters, fiber artists, and any folks interested in crafts are all welcome to join the Nordic Knitting Circle. The group has a particular focus on Nordic knitting techniques, designs and history but also share a love for weaving, quilting, color work, and other techniques as well. At ScanFair their booth will offer free learn-to-knit kits and advice from local knitters, as well as Christmas Ball ornaments and adorable gnomes for sale, all made by club members. Come say hi!
We are a recreational group dedicated to enjoying and teaching traditional Scandinavian dance. We dance and teach couple and circle dances and lively mixers from all Nordic countries, including Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, and Estonia! Everyone is welcome: young and youth-challenged, couples and singles, beginners and experienced dancers. We often have live traditional music and special events throughout the year. Items for sale are dance and Nordic culture related, as well as memberships, which will become active as soon as dancing resumes. While we have been on pause during the pandemic, we hope to resume dancing very soon!
Norskwear is a family owned business that has been around since 1979. We take pride in carrying high quality sweaters that combine classic and modern Scandinavian designs. Our sweaters are timeless and unique. Our wool is processed through every stage of production from raw wool, to strong stable yarn, to finished exclusive knitwear. We dedicate ourselves to presenting customers with high quality products, while keeping our prices low and affordable.
Oran Mor Artisan Mead
We are a small batch Artisan Meadery located in Southern Oregon, dedicated to hand crafting a delicious variety of Meads inspired by Ancient traditions, and drawing from the abundance of the land. Each of our Meads is a blend of local and varietal honeys, fermented, aged and blended to perfection with local seasonal fruit, herbs, and spices.
Rolling River Spirits
Rolling River Spirits is a Portland, Oregon based family-owned and operated business producing handcrafted organic spirits from still to bottle. We use the freshest organic ingredients such as wheat in our vodka and will do the same when crafting our future production of whiskey.
At RusticLinen we use only 100% Linen fabric. The highest quality linen is manufactured in Europe. Our beautiful linen is sourced from the Baltic countries and the Ukraine. Many of our products are made from natural unbleached, undyed Linen.Beautiful linen products handcrafted in Newport Oregon. Made from European Linen, all our products are machine washable/dryable. Linen is eco-friendly, sustainable, natural. Many of our products are made from natural flax colored linen(undyed, not bleached).
Uni-sex cross-back aprons, bread bags, scarves, towels, luxurious throws, pillowcases, runners.
As Glögg Connoisseurs, we pay careful attention to making the glögg as well as to the ingredients we use.
The organic, non-GMO spices are carefully chosen in Sweden, blended in Skåne and imported to the United States for the Sjöblom glögg production.
Enjoy this hand-crafted glögg that represents the best Sweden offers.
Stillweather Spirits is an American craft distillery founded by neighbors that share a view about enjoying friends, family, neighbors and spirits! We are currently producing 3 premium botanical spirits, with more in the works. Craft Gins and Aquavit offer opportunities for unique flavor profiles and craft inspired cocktails.
Susie Larsson Design
Susie has been making jewelry since 2008. Her work has been featured at the Bellevue Arts Museum Gift Store and the Seattle Art Museum Shop. You can find current work at the Nordic Museum Gift Store in the neighborhood of Seattle’s Ballard, and other stores in Arizona and Washington.
Swedish Roots in Oregon
Swedish Roots in Oregon (SRIO), a 501(c)3 charitable organization, is a small research group. We were formed in 1999 when Ross Fogelquist of Oregon’s New Sweden Cultural Heritage Society suggested that a project be initiated to research, document, and preserve the rich history of Oregon’s Swedish immigrants. We periodically publish books, maintain an online genealogical database, and digital archives.