Patricia Pesta - Pestas Country Store15.Reda Reinhart - Luv Those Rugs - Braided Rugs16.Charles Gilbert - The Old Oak Tree17.Donald Shelton - A Touch Of The Past - Forged Iron18.Nick Mamula - Expressions In Art - Pen-Ink19.Barbara Cyprowski - Country Confections - Gourmet Apples & Taffy20.
Bunny and John Switzenburg - Cinnamon Treasures - Scented Beeswax
Meeting House Stage43.Clela Stelnicki - Water Colors By Clela - Water Color Paintings44.E.J.Krall - The Knit Wit Shop - Scarfs, Hats45.Aimee Stuntzman - Aimees Crafts - Decorative Painting46.
Gary & Sandy Tobin - Craft Cupboard - Hand Painted & Stenciled Primitive Signs47.Linda Wright - Crafts To Go - Pie & Dessert Candles, Cuddle Buddies John Day - Peace Valley Orchard - Apple Dumplings, Mini Pies, Cookies, Peach
Shortcake, Shrimp on the Barbie, Haluski, Fried Pies, Pop, Water, Fruit Slushies48.
Maria Pistiolas - Little Friends - Cloth Dolls49.Ron and Pat Boswell - Boswells Beanery and Blends50.Kevin Boyce - Boyce Art Glass51.
Stephen Theiss - Good Life Products - Handmade Hammocks52.Marylou Verbosky - The Crystal Cave - Free-Hand Decorated Glass53.Kerry Dortch - The Puppet Farm - Hand Made Puppets54.
Diane Ambrose - Diane Ambrose, Artist - Decorative and Fine Art in Acrylic Gouache55.Heather Koenig - Clothing56.Jeremy Gabriel - Fudgie Wudgie Jr.- Belgian Chocolate57
.Sherry Hayton - Weymouth Wood Crafts - Primitive58.Dan Dunleavy - Custom Garden Rocks - Carved Rocks and Slate59.Nicole Golden - Pea Soup60.Donna Piccone - Chelles Closet - Jumper with Matching Hats & Doll Clothing61.Ron and Sue Wethli, Claudia and Richard Bistyga and Cindy and Carl Ambuster - Tree Tears - Wooden Jewelry, Paper Weights, Pennants, Ornaments & PinsBox Around Booth Number, Designates New Crafter.South Union, KY (1807-1922) Orange Area (62-79)Whitewater, OH.
(1824-1916) Brown Area (80-101)Mt.Lebanon, NY (1787-1947) Green Area (102-118)62.Debbie Forgac - Piney Creek Primitives63.Carol Masci - Camionetta Designs 64.Duane Bates - The Windmill - Windspinners, Chimes, Kaleidoscopes, Peppermills, Game Calls65.Cindi Kaufmann & Christy Bachmann - Old Raggedy Friends - Hand Sewn Dolls66.
Walter & Linda Jorgensen - Jorgensens Apiary67.Colleen Clark-Rose - Colleens Creations - Handcrafted Clothing68.
Robin Hood - Tinware69.Peggy Heckman and Holly Hoskinson - Sister Sediments - Garden Items70.David & Tubbin & Tracy McNallan - Second Nature - Handmade Quotation Frames71.Linda McCamon - The Lady Bug Clothing Company - Assorted Media72.
Carolyn Dunn and Darcelle Mihalek - The Family Sampler - Personalized Angels73.Vickie Chappel - Vickies Jelly Jar - Jams, Jellies, Preserves, Butters, Salsa, Cakes & Gift Sets
Church in the Wildwood - Shaker Schoolhouse -The Childrens Order74.Alan and Nancy Stegall - Stegalls Stoneware - Decorative & Functional Stoneware Pottery75.Sitting Area76.
Jeremy Gabriel - Fudgie Wudgie77.Linda and Cara Surace - Its A Linda - Handweaving78.
Carol Buehner - Ragamufns at Rose Creek Cottage - Dolls & Jewelry 79.Valerie Jones - Just Country - Wood - Country Pumpkins, Santas Decorative Wood
80.John and Gloria Broniak - Lindenwood Studio - Wood Carvings
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