Country Crafts Guild open uncover moves to Chestertown
February 26, 2018 - garden totes
CHESTERTOWN — The Country Crafts Guild will horde a annual Spring Arts and Crafts Show on Saturday, Mar 24, during Chestertown’s Frank M. Jarman American Legion Post 36, 9155 American Legion Road, Chestertown.
Show hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Proceeds from a $2 acknowledgment will advantage a American Legion Post 36. Children underneath 10 are certified free. Refreshments and lunch will be available.
The Country Crafts Guild members will have a accumulation of open decorations and crafts on display. Handmade collectibles such as residence plaques and figurines, pieced quilts and broom quilts, wall hangings and placemats, garden art and folk art will be accessible as will dusty and silk flower wreaths, musical crosses, timber boxes, trivets, plant stands and furniture. Handmade soaps and lotions and internal wildflower sugar will also be for sale.
Wearable art such as weave and crochet hats, scarves and slippers, hair bows and clips and bead, silver, upcycled and gemstone valuables will also be accessible along with decoupage Easter eggs. Decorative and organic gourd bird houses, bird feeders, and moth houses will also be on arrangement as will crawl ties for dog collars and appurtenance elaboration clothing, totes and linens.
Returning favorites are Boiling Point Bucktails fishing lures and palm forged fish, incited timber bowls, peppers grinders and “Parker” character pens, festooned list linens, etched glass, candle holders, bombard crafts, musical mugs and bottle crafts.
New crafts equipment this open are “rifle shell” pens, H2O bottle carriers and cord/charger carriers, tea bag holders, paper crafts, notecards and Chesapeake Bay acrylic paintings.
The Country Crafts Guild, founded in Jun 1983, is an classification whose purpose is to foster a appreciation of palm crafted equipment and strange artwork.
Two shows are hold any year — a open uncover in Mar and a tumble uncover hold Thanksgiving Weekend. The guild is now seeking new members who make singular humanities and crafts. Contact Kathy Redman during 410-778-1432 for some-more information.