I envision the Shire as a sort of 17th early 18th century sort of place. Most trades were practised except for shoemaking of course. They had tables, chairs, stoves, fireplaces, doors and crockery. They had wagons, leatherworkers for harness which would include tanneries. Let's not forget Sam's uncle's ropewalk. Spades, possibly ironwork from the dwarves though I would think they bought raw iron and steel. They built wooden houses in Bilbo's time since only the rich and poor maintained the practise of building/excavating smials. So the villages would have the typical smithy under the spreading chestnut tree, woodworkers, innkeepers, potters, and leathersmiths, not to mention brewers and the warehouses for grain and produce to sell to those outside the Shire. These trades tended to remain in families for generations. There would have been greens for games of the aiming and throwing sort. Butts for the practise of archery. Probably all able-bodied males were at least competent with the bow. Think of the company of archers to aid the King in the war against the WitchKing of Angmar. Oh, there were weavers and clothiers, haberdashers and scrivners. I'm sure there are more but enough for now.