John Nanartowicz / Big Bloc Photography


Hometown: Alexandria, VA

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William Nardin / WMN Woodworking

Wood Boxes

Hometown: Algonac, MI

Artist Website

Bill Nardin was introduced to woodworking by his grandfather  when he was young. For a while he made his woodcraft keepsake boxes part time while working a day job. After he lost his job in the 2008/09 economic crisis, he started participating in arts and crafts shows.

He makes uniquely designed bandsaw boxes using domestic and exotic woods. He has created a couple of dozen interesting styles featuring 1 - 7 drawers. His ‘Leaves’ box is an ongoing favorite.

He runs his business by himself out of his home in Michigan. However, he does receive some design consultation from his granddaughter who gives the final thumbs up or down on all new designs. Other original designs include: Trees, Guitar, Paw Print, Heart and Wizard.

Come see these charming keepsake boxes at the next Sugarloaf Crafts Festival.

Mary Beth Nardy / MB Jewelry Designs


Hometown: Aston, PA

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Michael Natale

pottery & ceramics

Hometown: Deposit, NY

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Michael Natale

pottery & ceramics

Hometown: Deposit, NY

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Stacey Naughton / Twisted Glass


Hometown: Fairfax, VA

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Deborah Nell

Fine Art

Hometown: East Berlin, PA

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Arnold Nesbitt / A.E. Nesbitt Woodworks

wood / functional wood

Hometown: Bat Cave, NC

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Paula Nettleship / designs2c

jewelry / non precious

Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA




Robert & Martha Nettleton / WoodQuilter


Hometown: Cincinnatus, NY

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Robert Nettleton uses over 300 domestic and exotic woods to make inlaid quilt patterns on boxes, holiday ornaments, clocks, jewelry and wall decor items.

Prior to starting wood quilting, he made furniture with mosaic designs and other items. But he has always loved quilt patterns so when he saw quilts displayed at a folk festival, he realised he could make similar designs with wood instead of fabric.

He doesn’t use any paints or dyes in his work to allow the colors and natural beauty of the woods, like purple heart and shimmery white tiger maple, to shine through. While he does all the woodcrafting, his wife, Martha does much of the finishing, sanding and beading of pendants.

In addition to arts and crafts festivals, they participate in many quilting shows too. Their work is displayed at the New England Quilt Museum, the National Museum of Quilts and sold at the Smithsonian Museum store.

Their inlaid keepsake boxes, Christmas ornaments and earrings are their top sellers. WoodQuilter’s quilt patterns are mainly traditional quilt designs recognizable to avid quilters.


Richard Newcomer / Newcomer Custom Furniture

wood / functional wood

Hometown: Ruffin, NC

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Maritza Newman / Maritza Silk Design

Silk Clothing

Hometown: College Park, MD

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Dinh Nguyen / nguyen'chi art

paintings, prints & fine art

Hometown: North Wales, PA




Andrew Nichols Art

Fine Art / Painting

Hometown: Jamaica, NY

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Garry Nichols & Walter Nichols


Hometown: Eagle Springs, NC

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Daniel Nie / DanNie Studio

paintings, prints & fine art

Hometown: Ashburn, VA

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Daniel Nie came to the U.S. from his native Shanghai, China on an art scholarship in 1981. Today he is one of the foremost Chinese-American artists in the country.

During his tenure as an art professor at St. Andrews Presbyterian College, he created a new artistic technique he calls “Coolligraphy”. He uses a style of calligraphy to weave the letters of a word or a person’s name into an artistic hieroglyph.

At Sugarloaf Craft Festivals, he creates unique designs using the name or word of your choosing. These designs make great gifts for weddings, anniversaries and graduations.

Daniel is the author of several books about artistic techniques and created two meditation recordings.


Anita Nielsen / Silver Plum Handbags


Hometown: Hendersonville, NC

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Dusty Nixon / Woodland Artworks

Wood - Functional

Hometown: Grantsville, MD





Nurit Niskala / NuArt wire work Jewelry, LLC 


Hometown: Manchester, NH

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Donna Noblitt / Colonial Braided Rug Company

Textiles / Rugs

Hometown: Shelby, NC

Artist Website

Colonial Braided Rug Company has been in the same family since 1978. Donna Noblitt joined her parents’ business in 1983 and later purchased the company from them upon their retirement in 1990.

Though she knows every phase of the business from beginning to end, her specialty is rug design. She will modify any rug pattern to match individual decor as well as create completely new designs, as needed. Customers can preview yarn samples and patterns in primitive, country, Americana, Colonial and contemporary styles.  

Their rugs are made with a strong, colorfast spun polypropylene made in Dalton, GA. Their rugs are reversible, machine washable and durable enough for outdoor as well as indoor use. This specially fabricated yarn even survives pet accidents without any loss of color.

Their most popular rug design is their signature, “Joseph’s Coat” which can be custom designed with 4 - 6  custom colors or with one of their tried and true designs.


Debbie Noiseux / dn metalsmith / jeweler

jewelry / gold & silver

Hometown: Merrimack, NH





Richard Nolan / Wood Creations

Wood Sculpture & Collectibles

Hometown: Johnson City, NY

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Jim Nonas / Jim Nonas Art

Fine Arts

Hometown: Glen Rock, NJ

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Jim Nonas is a high school science teacher, wrestling coach, Sunday school teacher, screenplay writer and visual artist.

While creating a Byzantine mosaic with his Sunday School class, he discovered a passion for collage art using old magazines. He created dozens of images to sell and art dealers and gallery owners started coming to him.

Using nothing but magazines, scissors, glue and stretched canvas, he creates fine art ‘paintings’ of nature, cityscapes and religious figures. He specializes in historic and iconic images and welcomes custom requests. He works out of his basement studio in Glen Rock, NJ.

Stop by at an upcoming Sugarloaf Crafts Festival and see his magazine collage art up close.

Newenew Norton / New Secrets Tea

Specialty Food

Hometown: Baltimore, MD

Artist Website

At one point, Newnew Norton was diagnosed with cervical cancer and told she would never be able to have children. During this challenging time, she turned to medicinal teas and other wellness remedies to find her way back to optimal mental and physical health.

Today she is cancer-free and a mother to two thriving children. She created New Secrets, a holistic health company to help other women maintain mental, physical and emotional well being before, during and after pregnancy.

She is also a trained doula and hatha yoga instructor.

Come say hello during Sugarloaf Crafts Festival and inhale the fragrance of her all natural, whole leaf teas.


Erika Novak / Round Trip Clayworks


Hometown: New Britain, CT

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Georgene Novak / Georgene Novak Jewelry Designs

jewelry / other

Hometown: Montville, NJ

Artist Website

Georgene Novak remembers picking through her grandmother’s jewelry box as young girl. She would pile on her favorite pieces and march around her grandmother’s house on Sunday afternoon visits.

Over the years, she explored various artistic mediums until finally her love of jewelry won out.

She earned a degree in business management and worked in retail. In 2011, after 20 years in her position, she was unexpectedly let go. This seeming misfortune was a blessing in the end as it freed her up to pursue her dream of running her own business full time. In addition to her own creative work, she teaches jewelry making to other artists.

Every year, on the anniversary of the corporate departure, she sends a thank you message to her former boss!


David Nugent / Evensong

jewelry / gold & silver

Hometown: Hinsdale, NH

Artist Website

David Nugent was studying psychology at Southern Connecticut State College in the mid-1970’s when he drifted into the art department and found his true passion. He and Cynthia Marble officially started their jewelry making business in 1977. They named their business Evensong because they felt it expresses the “feeling of flowing elegance” they strive to manifest in all their work.

They handcraft sterling silver and  14 K and 18 K yellow, white and rose gold jewelry accented with precious and semi-precious stones. David and his team do every step of the creation process from the  original design, forging, fabrication and lost-wax casting to the finishing polish in house.

Cynthia works as a psychotherapist but contributes to the jewelry making business as well. Their studio sits near the Connecticut River in rural southern New Hampshire.