Catawba Valley Holiday Market

 
Look for these Artisans & Crafters
on Saturday, November 23rd!
 
Breakfast & Lunch Served
Vendor Pam Hall will be selling delicious sausage biscuits for breakfast.
Ed Ashley of HDM Catering will be selling hot dogs & fixings, chips, canned drinks, water & coffee.
 
 
Alice Ricucci  -  Bear Tree Farm
purses, table runners, bowl koozies, potato sacks, quilts, jar openers, pot holders,
clothes protectors (baby, child, adults), grocery bag holders; peach & lemon sour cream pound cakes,
pies, cookies, cinnamon raisin bread, fried pies, eggs
 
Ann Harrell  -  Creekside Creations
(web) - creek-sidecreations.com
barnwood-framed photos; notecards

Barbara Schuster, Sheila Roberts  -  Sticks & Stones
artistic pieces made from found material such as stone, driftwood & foliage
collected along the Roanoke river, the Blue Ridge Mountains and the shores of Lake Erie
 
Brenda Starkey  -  Starkey's Signs & Such
primitive signs,repurposed vintage items, Christmas items

Carla Leach
artisan quality handcrafted jewelry (sets, earrings, bracelet, necklace) jewelry totes

Cheryl Cudnik
fabric Christmas trees, table runners, snowmen, penguins

Connie Shelor  -  Cherry Hill Crafts
kitchen hang towels, microwave bowl covers, mini car & clothes pin ornaments, wine glass coasters,
wine & glass holders, wooden paddle stirrers, hand-forged fire pokers, bird feeders, granola

Darrell Bower
wooden toys – small & large trains, small trucks, puzzles; wooden drying racks, stools;
pigtail meat turners, ice cream scoops; crocheted doilies & hot mats; potato chips, dinner rolls,
french bread, angel food cakes, noodles, pies
Dave Hayman
bird houses & feeders, squirrel feeders, carpenter bee traps, plaques, log cabins, wood crafts

Dean Bower  -  Hillside Plants & Produce
fall produce (spaghetti, acorn, butternut squash), sweet potatoes, turnips, pumpkins, small wooden toys

Diana J. Smith  -  4 Sisters Bakery
aprons, dish cloths, pot holders, potato bags, table runners, plastic bag holders, jellies, jams,
rolls – lemon, chocolate, pumpkin; cakes, sourdough bread, rolls,

Diana Morehart  -  CarDiMore Jewelry
handmade gemstone jewelry (necklaces, bracelets, earrings)
Dorothy Etzler Barnett
wood-burned ornaments, paintings and prints, bird houses, peg games

Elliott & Laura Muncey  -  Caldwell Mountain Copper & Kettle Corn

(web) - caldwellmtncopper.com

copper vessels (trays, buckets, kettles, mugs, etc.), kettle corn

Fran Stafford
(web) - etsy.com/shop/cabincrafted
cold process bar soap, lotions, herbal salves, handspun yarn,
handknit & hand woven garments, hand drawn note cards, deer antler buttons

Janice Mileski  -  Mystic River Lavender
(web) - mysticriverlavender.com
lavender-based products – lotions, creams, soap, sachets, dried bundles
Karen Golumbeck
steel cut-outs – yard ornaments (bear, deer, chicken, cowboy, boy & granddad fishermen),
bird houses, wind chimes, picture frames (sea shells, stones)

Kirstann Edwards  -  Black Birch Farm
needle felted wool Christmas decorations (santa, angels, nativity sets, gnomes);
thanksgiving decorations (pumpkins, turkeys, pilgrims, acorns), farm animals, wildlife, pets;
pincushions,  pins, magnets, dryer balls; felted soaps; wool roving

Lindsey Sowers, Kristy Sowers  -  Flower Haven
pound cakes, cookies, several flavors of fudge, candy, pumpkin rolls
Lori Bowman
(web) - alongthefencerow.com
goat milk soaps & lotions, soap savers, scent sacks, lip balm & washcloths

Meg Hibbert  -  Animal Art by Meg, The Cookie Lady
(facebook) - animal art by meg     (facebook) - the cookie lady
pet portraits on canvas, glass Christmas ornaments and mailboxes;
cinnamon pecan rolls, sourdough rolls, scones,
oatmeal raisin & chocolate chip cookies, gingerbread men
Pam Garman, Frankie & Louise Garman  -  Walnut Hill Farm
pork sausage, apple-smoked bacon, country ham

Paul Comer
wood – pens,electric lanterns, bowls & lighthouses

Polly Kanode
crocheted baby, children, adult clothing; plastic canvas needlework,
organizer pouches for wheelchairs or walkers, 31 purse skirts
Rebecca McKeever  -  McKeever Pottery
(web) - mckeeverpottery.com
functional pottery, children's book
 
Rita Burge  -  Sedulous Seed
breads, holiday breads, seasonal pastries
 
Scott Spangler
barn quilts

Steve & Pam Hall  -  Hall Gardens
honey, baskets, wreaths, apple butter, pumpkin logs,
canned goods (lime pickles, beet pickles, hot pepper mustard, squash pickles & relish)
Susan Booth
handmade jewelry

Ted & Tina Carroll  -  Echoes from Catawba
(web) - echoesfromcatawba.com
new book being released at the Holiday Market!
Echoes from Catawba, Vol 2, “Granny Taylor of Possum Holler”
also available, Echoes from Catawba Vol. 1 “Growing up in Catawba Valley, Appalachia” by Ted Carroll

Teresa Benson  -  Home Creations by Terri
(facebook) - home creations by terri
wreaths, throw  pillows, scarves, head warmers, hats, bird houses, bird feeders, coasters, Kleenex holders
Wanza Spradlin
lighted snowmen, painted ornaments, door hangers, wreaths, bracelets,
painted wood trees, winter & Christmas items
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