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Name: FINE ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR at All Saints'
Date: November 23, 2019
Time: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM PST
Event Description:
The annual Arts & Crafts Fair at All Saints' Episcopal Church, in Carmel between Dolores and Lincoln at 9th, Saturday, November 23rd, from 9:00 am to 3:00 p.m. will be adding more artisans this year. Admission is free. The Fair is a few blocks from the Homecrafters Marketplace at Sunset Center at San Carlos between 8th and 9th Avenues., and the holiday Faire at Wayfarer Church, Lincoln & 7th Avenue, offering you a "triple crown" of art fairs all within a few blocks of one another! All Saints' artisans will be in Seccombe Hall and the lower patio off Lincoln. It will be held rain or shine!
We will have help again this year from our neighbor, St. John the Baptist Green Orthodox Church, who shares our campus. Our chefs will once again be grilling sausages, onions and peppers on the lower patio, so there will be delicious hot lunches for purchase.
With the hustle and bustle of the upcoming holidays, we look forward to making your shopping easier by announcing the participants of our Fine Arts and Crafts Fair a month before the Fair. All items are carefully handcrafted.

All Saints' Church    In addition to the hot sausage lunch will sell delicious, packaged desserts to eat on the run or taken home to eat, saving you time before or during the holidays. We also welcome you to attend Sunday services with us or to visit our special events.

Cyndee Ballard           will be selling her aprons, potholders, breadbaskets, wine glass slippers, and bags.

Susan Barraza's         lotion bars, bath balls, solid perfumes, massage candles, lip balms, and lotions and body        creams make fabulous personal gifts.

Nan Borreson             is an All Saints' member who has original designs in her beautiful hand painted silk scarves.

Emiko Case                returns with her beautiful calligraphy artwork and greeting cards, origami earrings and other Japanese crafts.

Brianna Colliard         new to the Fair this year, makes lovely jewelry using silver, copper and brass with faceted    stones and various techniques for setting them.

Diane Crow's            wooden Christmas items and painted decor will be hard to miss. She is another returning        artist.

Barbara DeRosa         handcrafts dolls and other material items. Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls are two of her        specialities.

Irene Elisabeth           is new to our Fair. She makes mosaic stepping stones, ceramics, and Christmas ornaments.

Judith Faulkner         has knitted items that include hats and scarves. She also creates colorful necklaces, earrings,  and bracelets.

Deb Heisel                 sells vintage button jewelry, bottlebrush trees and repurposed vintage items. There are always  fun surprises in her booth.

Skylar Jackson,         once again our youngest artisan, began sewing her felt "folk art birds" several years ago. Fill    your Christmas tree with them, or just hang one in a fun place!

Diane Jones'             booth will sparkle from her array of beaded jewelry made with Swarovski crystals, sure to      please anyone liking bling. She also makes beautiful necklaces with rare gems.

Sara Ledo                 makes delightful children's knit tops with tights, pencil cases, and purses. Sara is a member of St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church.

Heather McLaren     is a spinner, Her creations include wall pictures, potholders, hot water bottle covers, needle    cases, prezzies, and cards. All are made with spun silk, felt, and cotton, which are almost all hand dyed. 

Lenore Masterson   is a custom cartoon artist and ten-year artisan at our Fair. She returns with her prints, books,    cards, wreaths, and Christmas decorations and ornaments. 

Joan Murray             of Peninsula Potters, will be selling useful ceramic pottery and decorative items.

Larry Osborne         began making his "Ozzie's Homemade English Toffee" after he retired. Purchase three different size boxes or ask him to make some for your upcoming parties. He is a member of St. John's Chapel, Monterey.

Karen Patterson     is also a spinner, a knitter of hands and fingerless gloves and also makes beautiful wall hangings  with her spun yarns. She will also have art yarn available. She is a new artisan at our Fine Arts & Crafts Fair this year.

Karen Reed's         jewelry is made with abalone, copper, and/or sterling silver. She handcrafts earrings, bracelets,  necklaces, and pendants.

Jeffrey Robinson not only uses different methods to develop his photographs, he then places his lensless  photographic images on codex books and journals (codex is constructed with a number of sheets of paper). Jeffrey is a "Friend of All Saints'."

Izzi Shillinglaw,     past co-chair of the Fine Arts & Crafts Fair, will have three booths, as is her tradition. They will be  filled with her well-known products, including fleece blankets, scarves, hats and sweatshirts, pillowcases and hand towels. She is a long time member of All Saints'.

Donna Stuefloten will be selling her aprons, potholders, breadbaskets, wine glass slippers and bags. 

Event Media:
All Saints' Episcopal Church, between Dolores & Ninth and Lincoln & Ninth.
Date/Time Information:
Saturday, November 23 / 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Contact Information:
Barbara 972.567.3572
Free Admission
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