Molly & Jane Ann Superfesky are demonstrating the art of stained glass making while making pieces for you to buy that will beautify your home.
Tammy Light is a talented yarn artist who makes crocheted hair scrunchies, baby hats & booties, can cozies, wine bottle cover, tea towels, plus knitted dishcloths and scarves.
Moonlighting Beaded Jewelry – Grenda Hawk has been beading for over 15 years and is selling a wide variety of beaded earrings, necklaces, and bracelets.
Three Ladies Painting – Saundra Hayes, Sharon Corbin, and Denise Clark make acrylic, oil, and watercolor paintings with subjects ranging from landscapes & seascapes to whimsical paintings to brighten your home.
Marion Eiermann, one of the two top legally blind artists in the Tri-state area, is showing her watercolors and pen & ink prints. Administration Building has some of her original work in it.
Georgine Moore will be demonstrating basket weaving plus selling her creatively designed all natural hand-woven baskets. She is happy to take special orders.
Jenny DuPont collects wild grapevine and turns it into wreaths, swags, and crosses. Some she leaves natural and others she decorates.
Anderson Hollow will be bringing their goats milk soaps. The soap is naturally full of vitamins and minerals, plus some come with different natural products added that help with many skin conditions.
At Loxie’s Boutique you can find hairbows, bow ties, headbands, and even animal collar slides all designed by West Preston teacher Coryssa Collins.
Jackie’s Useables has an assortment of woven and crocheted items ranging from rugs to towels to dishcloths to dolls. She will be weaving at her table.
Lesa Kay will be selling fresh local fruits and vegetables plus homemade bread, cookies, etc.
Penn and Company‘s mission is to share the joy of home scenting products with you. Their individually crafted fragrances welcome you, and those you love, to that beloved place where hearth meets home.
15 Pieces of Flair is where retro and modern mingle. You can find throwbacks like a traditional sock monkey or an old-fashioned apron, but guaranteed these are not your grandma’s style! Fun, fresh colors, and patterns add joy to your everyday.
Birch Root Farms is a small farm that located in the beautiful hills of Preston County, WV that produces goats milk soap and lotion. Our goats are like members of the family. All products are handmade in our country kitchen.
Of particular interest at the New Deal Festival will be Cartwright’s Creations pens of varying styles made from wood reclaimed during the replacement of the floor of Center Hall at Arthurdale Heritage. Also available will be pens with the wood of other interesting sites that represent a total of 28 WV counties. Refrigerator magnets celebrating Arthurdale Heritage will also be available.