Made by Hand, With Love

Paintings and ceramics by Rosario Varela, who will show her work again this year at the Makers' Market

For the fourth year in a row, Susan Nieland, a jewelry maker, will host a holiday market on Saturday featuring her own jewelry and work by friends who are artists and craftspeople. The sale will be from 1 to 8 p.m. at 21 Gould Street in East Hampton.

One of the prerequisites is that the items are handmade and not mass produced, Ms. Nieland said.

Roisin Bateman, Alice Hope, Jill Musnicki, and Rosario Varela are among the visual artists taking part. Stanley and Sons of the S&S Corner Shop in Springs will show a selection of housewares and accessories.

Taylor Barton, a folk singer who lives in Amagansett, will sell her CDs and have her guitar at hand to sing a few songs from her new album.

"Four years ago I launched the Markers Market of the Hamptons, which quite honestly, was an instant success. It is exactly what people want when shopping: beautiful, tactile items, many one-of-a-kind, all handmade, high quality, high style, and reasonable prices in a laid-back, fun atmosphere," Ms. Nieland said.

"The vendors look forward to it as well: hanging out with each other and sharing their work, connecting with old and new customers," she said. "I always love to see the new work and am amazed at how many creative people are out here."