Crafts Market

Stay tuned for a finalized list of the artisans at the 2017 Crafts Market!


Past artisan vendors: 

Georgine Moore from Fairmont weaves baskets in her basement. She dyes her own reed and uses no glue or nails. Most baskets are sturdy and useable for chores. She is demonstrating basket making too.

Clarence Watkins makes wood bowls on his lathe in Florida where he lives during the winter. His wife makes quilted items and weavings. They also have stained glass, handmade cards, and wall hangings at their booth.

Tammy Light knits and crochets all kinds of things. Crocheted items include scrunchies, baby hats with matching booties, can cozies, wine bottle covers, and tea towels. She knits sturdy 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.

Allegheny Treenware co-owner Susan Jennings brings a collection of handmade West Virginia hardwood kitchen utensils. For bargain hunters, she has a selection of seconds that will work beautifully in anyone’s home.

Greg Cartwright (Cartwright’s Creations) reuses wood from historic places to make pens and other things. He has wood from 35 WV counties and 200 different sites including Arthurdales Center Hall old floor. He also makes special projects using sentimental woods (like grandpa’s barn) for family and friends.

Beverly Cutrone (Rusty Wire Works) specializes in one-of-a-kind repurposed items and primitives.

Debbie Shaver (Sara Bug Designs) specializes in handcrafted jewelry using semi precious stones and Swarovski crystals. She also makes hand stamped copper and silver items. Plus she has homemade preservative free, all natural dog treats.

Mavis Strakal (Nine Questions) designs jewelry from polymer clay. She makes simple pieces that are inspired by nature then adds a little funk!

Marsha Streets has been weaving sturdy rag rugs for years. She uses a variety of old clothing and fabrics so they fit in anywhere. Check out the ones made from various colors of old blue jeans.

Marion “Mona” Eiermann has had her artwork and biography featured in both the Preston County Journal and Morgantown’s Dominion Post. Visit her booth to see a selection of her pen & ink prints of local landmarks and her lovely watercolors.

Phillip Donnelly (Penn & Company) has a mission to share the joy that home scents can bring. Their individually crafted fragrances welcome you to that beloved place where hearth meets home.

Mary Melchek is selling tasty homemade baked goods, purses, wall hangings, and primitive candles, plus a little bit of everything else you might need.

Jackie Clarkson (Jackie’s Useables) weaves and crochets many things including rag rugs, oven towels, dishcloths, potholders, bag holders, and adult bibs. She is demonstrating weaving on a table loom.

Jim Forman (Jim’s Workshop) handcrafts wooden items like fountain pens, bowls, compote dishes, trinket cases, pen & pencil sets, rolling pins, and so on.

Polly Johnson (Pollyware) designs paintings, cards, jewelry, and boxes. Many are from recycled materials a lot of her paintings (oil, acrylic, and watercolor) are inspired by her chickens.

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

Kendall Adams is selling her watercolor prints and hand painted folk art pieces. She is born and raised in Arthurdale and was Arthurdale Heritage’s first Junior Board member.