Winter Market Weekend 2016



Just in time for Christmas shopping season, this two-day public sale features the work of a variety of artisans and craftspeople. Meet the artists and talk with them about their work, pick up one-of-a-kind gifts for friends and family, or treat yourself to something unique.

New this year, FOUR craft classes will be offered throughout the weekend. 

Basketweaving with Dixie Weavers Guild
Saturday, 10 am - 2 pm
Make your own "catch-all" basket with the choice of accent colors. Cost: $50, includes a sack lunch

Gift Tags & Pine Cone Birds with Molle Powers Connell
Saturday, 10 am (gift tags) & 11 am (pine cone birds)
Create decorative holiday accents. Great for parents and children, ages 8+. Cost: $10 for each class

Felt Jewelry Making with Cheryl Cameron
Sunday, 1-3 pm
Make your own necklace, bracelet, and earrings in an Auburn, Alabama, or Christmas motif. Cost: $60 

Hand-bound Book Making with Mo Fiorella
Sunday, 2-4 pm
Make your own book while learning various techniques. Cost: $30. Please bring small, sharp tipped scissors, a pen/pencil, and glue stick. 

To register for classes, please contact Lesa Cummings at 256-239-6140. Spaces are limited so register now!ew

Debra DeLain

sterling silver jewelry
with semi-precious beads.
Peggy MayoGourd Extradinair
Painted and carved gourds. 
Cathy Sorrell
 
Sarah Cavender Metalworks

Metal mesh jewelry, featuring floral and insect inspired creations
Barbara McGill
 
Ray Lockridge

Carver

 
Lori Cummings, Ziwi Glass 

Handmade glass art and jewelry. Blown and fused glass. Ornaments, bowls, vases, paperweights and jewelry.
 
Sally Coker, Artwear

Handmade jewelry
and hand-poured soy blend candles

 

Freddie Nell Jones
 

Margaret McNaron
 
Vicki Roy, Indigo Designs
Longleaf Botanical Gardens
 
Leigh Cummings, Melba's Market Diane Roberts, Claire Cole Designs Jennifer Davis, Concrete Creations

Concrete decorative items.

 
Mari Chandler

Ed Deyo,

Art Deyo

Original art on paper, mylar, glass and lampshades.

Tami Morris, Spicy Kudzu

Bath and body products, soaps and lotions.
 
Linda Bassett, pottery
 
Robin Hopkins, Norman Christina

Pearl jewelry paired with leather, silk, and silver.


 
Janet Peterson, Peterson Glasswear
 
Schena Lindley, jewelry trees Adam Lockridge

Hand made wooden boxes and vases.
Marie Moses, mgc glass fusion  
 
Provie Musso and Leslie Youngson. Folk art
 
   



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