Welcome To
Rainbows End Boutique

I’d always loved our old granary, the thick walls and plank floors. I thought it would make a cute store. However, it wasn’t until 2015 that we actually opened it. We needed a place to display our lovely products from our flock of Icelandic sheep: yarns, roving’s, sheepskins, socks, dryer balls and cat toys. Through the years, I’d met many talented artists in the area, and since we didn’t need all of the space we opened our store up to them as well. In our first two years, sales have doubled. We went from a few vendors to 20 with a wide variety of offerings. Customers always tell us what beautiful and unique items we offer, and how much they love the charming, welcoming feeling the store gives them. If you’re in the area, stop out and see for yourself! We are open Saturdays 9-1 from mid-May thru early November; check our website or Facebook page for details.

Our items are available for purchase in our online store. Meat and perishable food items can be ordered online for local pick-up. Or continue scrolling down to shop some of our vendors who we have included in our online Boutique.”

Harry Pottery

Jan and Chuck, our talented potters, have food-grade glazed pottery for daily use, as well as decorative pieces. Check out their Raku fired works, see if you can figure out what they used from the farm.

Jewelry Crafter

Sherry teaches jewelry making at a local college and shares some of her creations with us. She uses colorful, semi-precious gemstones in her necklaces and rings, as well as multiple metals in her cuff bracelets and pins. Check out her fun spinner and Russian wedding rings.

Fiber Art

Carol is a true fiber artist; she enjoys playing with and mixing colors, fibers and textures. Just for fun she’ll throw in some sparkle, bling, beading and buttons. Her work is truly “wearable art” pick out your own masterpiece!

Items with a (Re)Purpose

Sally finds new life in repurposed items. Currently you’ll find her cool & colorful hats which will shade your face from the sun, (t-shirts in a previous life). As well as farm feed bags recreated into sturdy, waterproof totes; perfect for your trips to the market, ditch the plastic!