Woodworker Clarence Watkins will be bringing his wooden bowls, wall hangings, and other craft items. He is a member of the Wood Turners Association in Florida and is building a complete wood working shop behind his house in Morgantown. He will be demonstrating wood burning at his booth.
Artist Marion Eiermann will be selling prints of her incredibly detailed pen & ink drawings of historic buildings in Arthurdale, Kingwood, and Bruceton Mills. Although legally blind, she spends hours each day meticulously recreating the buildings in ink.
Woodworker Edward Thompson from Artisan Workshop in Kingwood, will be selling wood turned items which are created as functional and artistic pieces. Each piece he creates has a part of him in it whether it is for his own home, friends, or family.
Basket maker Helen Efaw will be selling handmade reed baskets and fabric handbags. Helen has been weaving since 1996 and teaches basket weaving in many areas throughout the state. She also sells at Tamarack, Prickets Fort, and other craft fairs. Helen will be demonstrating basket weaving at her booth.
Jewelry maker Tammy King of Kat Jewels will sell jewelry, bookmarks, and hair accessories. All of her pieces are vintage inspired and many re-use pieces from antique jewelry. Shew ill also be demonstrating how to make a zipper bloom into a beautiful rose.
Author Terri Thompson will sell her young adult novel “What it Takes” based in West Virginia with historical Appalachian roots. Terri is the granddaughter of original Arthurdale homesteaders Frank and Annabel Davis. Lora Hall is the owner of Hoops and Loops and will sell unique quilted handbags and neck/helmet coolers.
Fiber artist Jackie Clarkson will sell rag rugs, crocheted dolls, and kitchen items. She will also show off her crochet skills at her booth.
Paper artist Reita Marks has been quilling since 1993. Quilling is an art form that involves rolling narrow strips of paper to form designs. Reita grew up in Mineral County where she developed an interest in crafts and art. She will be selling her one of a kind pictures as well as demonstrating how to quill.