Crafts Market

Maureen Donnelly (Wood Mountain Dreams) is part of a family woodworking business that creates wall art, home and seasonal décor items, plus charming children’s puzzles.

Ruth and Wayne Rowand (Ridgerunner Crafts) use a scroll saw to make clocks, plaques, and other home décor items.  They also make and handpaint bottle candles and chimes.

Tammy Light hand makes all kinds of things. Crocheted items include scrunchies, baby hats & booties, can cozies, and tea towels. She knits dish cloths, soap pockets, scrubbies, and scarves.

Molly Superfesky is demonstrating the making of stained glass all day in her booth. Stop by to admire her skill and see what she is working on now.

Susan Jennings (Allegheny Treenware) brings a collection of handmade West Virginia hardwood kitchen utensils. Bargain hunters can check out the selection of seconds.

Mavis Strakal (Nine Questions) designs jewelry from polymer clay. She makes simple fun and functional pieces to brighten your day.

Jackie Clarkson (Jackie’s Useables) weaves and crochets household helps. Jackie enjoys spending time making products for you to enjoy using in your home. She is demonstrating the looping and tying of rugs.

Denise Heckel (Studio D Pottery & Jewelry) creates unusual pieces that mix her love of nature, Bohemian style, and folk art. She often uses copper to enhance her clay jewelry.

Diana Davis (Teardrop Jewels and Designs) is inspired by the delicate designs of the Victorian era to craft her jewelry, often using beautiful gemstones.

Jennifer Lewis and her husband design and craft items from reclaimed wood. They make great gifts for any occasion from weddings to housewarmings to holidays.

Richard “Bear” Ware (Bear’s Leather Shop) makes handcrafted leather belts, wallets, key tabs, purses, money clips, and so on. All use American leather and special orders are welcome.

Vickie Mason (Yesterday’s Stitches Today) retired and turned her  hobby of sewing into a business making aprons, clothespin bags, table runners, baby blankets, etc. She loves making new friends, so stop by.

Arthur Lee Davis (Lee’s Wood Creations) uses his talents to build on tradition and construct wood pieces of high quality. They include plant stands, baskets, centerpieces, and living room tables. He welcomes custom orders.

Denise Baylor (Fields Creek Creations) makes 100% all natural soaps, shampoo bars, healing salves, lotion bars, bath bombs, special soaps for kids (and dogs), plus some crocheted items.

Jackie Henderson (Anderson Hollow Farm) specializes in goats milk soaps. They are naturally healthy soap plus some types have natural products added to help with many skin conditions.

Joe Mullenax (Green Cap Forge, LLC) of Montrose, West Virginia has been blacksmithing for 8 years and studied at the John C. Campbell Folk Art School in Brasstown, North Carolina. He specializes in primitive and some modern projects.

Sarah Boggs an original Arthurdale homestead descendant uses her love of sewing to make unique and fun American Girl Doll clothes. Find something special for your favorite doll!

Sandy Kisner (Sunshine Crafts) makes unique wreaths for many occasions. Perfect for your home, holidays, and gifts, don’t miss these unique pieces to complete a room.

Russell Calvert uses pen and ink to bring the region to life on paper. His drawings depict many area landmarks and historic places.

Thomas H. Williams is a former high school biology teacher, public school administrator, and college professor.  He earned a doctorate in education administration at Virginia Tech and is professor emeritus at West Virginia Wesleyan College.  He lives in West Virginia where he spends his time with family and friends, fishing and traveling and has casual interests in botany and archeology.  He is the author of three novels, Greenbrier! Valley of Hope, Into the Mountains, and Backbone Mountain.

Greg Cartwright (Cartwright’s Creations) reuses wood from historic places to make pens and other items. He uses wood from 35 WV counties and 200 different sites including Arthurdale’s Center Hall. He can use your own treasured wood to make something special for your family.

Jodi Zickefoose makes unique, whimsical flower planters out of recycled pots and pans.