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Susan Jennings (Allegheny Treenware) brings a collection of handmade West Virginia hardwood kitchen utensils. Bargain hunters can check out the selection of seconds.
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.
Diana Davis (Teardrop Jewels and Designs) is inspired by the delicate designs of the Victorian era to craft her jewelry, often using beautiful gemstones.
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.
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.
Tammy King (Soulful Spirit Designs) creates unique, handmade jewelry for all styles and occasions.
Thomas H. Williams is a retired teacher and WV Wesleyan professor who lives in Tunnelton. His novels are set in West Virginia, some during the Civil War and others in modern times. He is the author of three novels, Greenbrier! Valley of Hope, Into the Mountains, and Backbone Mountain. Find on Amazon.
Gloria Dean (Scarves by BABKA) Hand knit and crocheted scarves, hats, and shawls in varied yarns and colors. Keep your loved ones cozy – winter always comes.
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.
Kelli’s Kreations brings to life unique handcrafted items including crocheted dolls, outfits, and more!
Casey & April Long (Old Goat Kettle Korn) YUMMY! ‘nuff said! Email firstname.lastname@example.org