11th Annual WFU Artisans’ Fair to be held Dec. 4

This is a guest post from the organizers of the Artisans’ Fair:artisansfair

It’s time for the 11th Annual WFU Artisans’ Fair to be held on Friday, Dec. 4, from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. in Benson Center, Room 401. More 30 vendors will show and sell their handcrafted products which include jewelry, woodworking, stitchery, pottery, baked goods, stained glass and more.

Looking for a special gift? Then check out these vendors!

Rebecca Benza: handmade jewelry, hand-painted ornaments, hand-dyed scarves
Sam and Michelle Brinkley: Reclaimed pallet and barn wood art, knit winter hats, felt Christmas ornaments
Jessica Burlingame: tea cup crafts and handmade scarves
Alan Cameron: wood cutting boards, trivets, coasters, trays
LaDonna Crist: quilted wall-hangings, monogrammed home-decorative items
Rebecca Fisher: whimsical glass garden flowers
Diana Goldstein: Ornaments (WFU alma mater, book themed, and wine themed ones specifically)
Betty Hauser: salsa, chow chow, candy, cookies
Deirdre Honaker: stained glass
Ashley Horn: homemade soy melts, candles, carpet sprinkles, room sprays, car fresheners, spoon jewelry
Norma-May Isakow: purses, tote bags, potpourri hearts, hot pads
Candide Jones: children’s book
Angela King: hand-spun and hand-dyed wool yarn from our sheep at Enno Farm, washable sheep pelts, upcycled wool items and wool Christmas ornaments
Xuan Liu: handmade jewelry, hand-carved stamp
Kathy Martlock: crocheted items, arts & crafts
Donna McGalliard: hand made bird houses, turned wood products, quilt wall samplers, placemats, hotpads, etc.
Annelda McGinn: wreaths and jewelry
Gale Newport: baked goods
Ashley Phipps: handmade Baby Accessories (burp cloths, bibs, rag blankets, and baby blankets)
Bronnie Queen, Book – Are You My Mascot?
Reynolda Gardens/Preston Stockton: Reynolda Gardens 2016 wall calendar, seasonal flowers; hand decorated live wreaths
Kim Robertson: antique and vintage tea cup bird feeders and bird feed ornaments
Paul Ross: cutting boards
Sandy Saulpaugh: Christmas crafts, ornaments, wreaths, painted items, ribbon trees
Sue Sevin, knit items (All proceeds go to Crisis Control Knit the Warmth program)
Ruth Smith: corn and rice bags; tye blankets
Lawrence Smith: tobacco stick stars, bird boxes, food trays, wind chimes
Gloria Stickney: WFU products and gifts
Holly Swenson: necklace pendants with hand painted or illustrated art sealed inside.
Renza Wallace: original designs, hand-made garments in 100 percent baby alpaca-coats, vests, scarfs, caps, bags
Mary Wayne-Thomas,: hand painted silk scarves
Meghan Webb, Mary Beth Lock, John Champlin: nuts and nut-based products
Jane Williams: pottery