Jackson Square Artisans

The Carraige House has been open for a month now and we’ve had lots of company.  Everyone who comes in has loved our new shop.  Please stop in. We’re sure you’ll find something you absolutely have to have.


Become the Designer

The holidays are coming and I’m looking for ideas on which products are the most popular.  I’ll be making more of your favorites for home décor, accessories and gifts.  Please take a few minutes to view my Etsy Shop and check the heart on the listings you like.  Or send me an email at gloria@thebostonwoman.us with your ideas.

Thanks for your help.  Enjoy the cooler weather and beautiful colors of Autumn.  Check out our Events page and join us at one of the events on the South Shore this fall.

Opening Weekend

It was a beautiful weekend in the Blue Hills, especially at The Shed at Thayer Nursery in Milton. We met a lot of new people, increased our contact list and are encouraged by the number of people who are spreading the word about our new location.

We’re planning special weekend events throughout the autumn, including competitions on the Putting Green and the Bocce Ball Court; a holiday festival in conjunction with Thayer Nursery; and special offers from each of the Artisans throughout the season.

There is still a little room in The Shed for works by local artisans. If you are interested in joining us, email us at artisansatb@gmail.com or stop by the barn Friday through Sunday to speak with one of the Artisans. Hours: Friday 2:00-7:00, Saturday 9:00-5:00, Sunday 10:00-3:00.




What’s For Sale at the Barn?

The weather for our second weekend at the barn was beautiful: warm and sunny with a cool breeze. The weekend also brought out more artisans and more designs from the regulars. I’ll be sending out emails each Wednesday with pictures of objects from the artisans. If you would like to receive this update each week, please go to my website and sign up for the mailing list. Then join us in Randolph, MA every Friday (1:00p-5:00pm) Saturday (9:00am-5:00pm) and Sunday (11:00am-3:00pm) throughout the summer at the barn at the Jonathan Belcher house on Main Street.