Abbey Lane Farms has been making natural body care products since 2008. Jasmine, creative director of Abbey Lane Farms, has various sensitivities and reactions to commercial products herself, and it was after reading the labels of some commercial products that she decided to create something different. Through many phases of research and testing, Jasmine has created a line of bath and body products that provide quality, affordable, and non-toxic alternatives to commercial products. To ensure quality and freshness, she makes all of her products by hand in small batches, using carefully sourced raw ingredients (local & organic where possible), including Fraser Valley beeswax, natural plant oils & butters, 100% pure essential oils, and even her own organically grown botanicals. The products offered by Abbey Lane Farms are a fantastic alternative for the person on your gift list who has allergies or sensitivities; be sure to stop by Jasmine’s booth while at the market, and find out for yourself how naturally made products can enhance your life!
Mekkin, of Hannahmin’s Fibres, has tried many different crafts in her life, eventually falling in love with knitting! After attending a few classes to learn how to spin wool, Mekkin just couldn’t get enough of these fibres, so she started Hannahmin’s Fibres, and has been making beautiful handmade products for the past 6 years. She dyes, spins, knits and felts her products with love, all by hand. Mekkin loves to make wool from a variety of products including merino, alpaca, camel, and more. Be sure to visit Mekkin’s table to see her spinning wool in person while at Krafted Market!