Crafts guild uncover Mar 21
March 10, 2015 - garden totes
ROCK HALL — The Country Crafts Guild will horde a annual Spring Arts and Crafts Show a week progressing than common this year. It will be hold Saturday, Mar 21, during a Rock Hall Firehouse on Route 20. Show hours will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Proceeds from a $2 acknowledgment will advantage a Rock Hall Volunteer Fire Company. Children underneath 10 are certified free. Refreshments and lunch will be available.
The firehouse will be filled with a far-reaching accumulation of crafts on arrangement by some-more than 25 juried Country Crafts Guild members. Handmade collectibles such as residence plaques and figurines, pottery lamps, vases and dishes, pieced quilts and broom quilts, wall hangings and placemats, garden art, bombard crafts and folk art will be available, as will dusty and silk flower wreaths, musical crosses, paper crafts, timber boxes, trivets and furniture. Potpourri, herbs, teas and sugar will also be on display.
Wearable art such as weave hats, imagination scarves and sweaters, children’s clothing, hair bows and clips, fabric bags and bead, clay, silver, sea glass, steel and gemstone valuables will also be accessible along with uninformed flowers and plants, handmade soaps, bath oils and lotions. Hand-knit dog sweaters, musical gourd bird houses, bird feeders, purple martin houses and moth houses will also be on display.
New crafts this open will embody fabric baskets, sachets, decoupage eggs and birdhouses, garden flags, felted nap and knitted jewelry, timber bowls, salt and peppers grinders and slicing boards, potion bottle art, candle holders and lamps, etched glass, flashy mugs, laser engraved items, totes, hooded scarves, crawl ties for dog collars, banners and Chincoteague hack flashy pottery. Also new to a uncover will be David Wenck with Boiling Point Bucktails. Wenck creates bucktails and hop conduct fishing lures and hand-carved fish.
Demonstrations of many qualification techniques will be hold during a uncover and a Rock Hall Fire Company Auxiliary will be offered homemade baked goods.
The Country Crafts Guild, founded in Jun 1983, is an classification whose purpose is to foster a appreciation of hand-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 or revisit www.countrycraftsguild.com.