This year has been a special one for Craft Guild members. We have had three club sponsored shows this year; many sales and lots of fun along the way. We invite you to watch this little video showcasing our craft work and individual members in their booths.
We hope you will follow our progress this next year on Facebook and at this blog.
Thank you all so much for being supporters of our guild businesses.
Winterfaire is just around the corner. Come to the Nevada County Fairgrounds on October 17th or 18th (parking is free) for the 33rd annual craft show put on by the Craft Guild of Nevada County. Bring a can of food for the Interfaith Food Ministry and get $1 off of the $2 admission fee (children under 12 are free). There will be fun for the kids with Ray Ray the clown and frequent door prize drawings on both days. In addition, there will be desserts, soft drinks and coffee available for a pick-me-up during your shopping spree.
This craft fair features the very best in Nevada County artisans, with a few vendors coming from bordering counties. If your goal is to "buy local" this year, you won't want to miss this exciting weekend; a chance to get a real head start on your holiday shopping.
Amber Fackrell is a young, local entrepreneur who lives for art! Whether it's taking a brush to canvas to create her whimsical greeting cards, tickling the feathers and creating beautiful earrings or tasty flies for the fisherman, or turning mason jars into holiday décor, Amber is always willing to try new techniques! Come see her many different creations at this year's Winterfaire!
Pertra Cotter has loved sewing since she was a little kid. Her grandmother taught her to sew and then she continued to teach herself. She studied Fashion Design in Europe where she is originally from. Petra says she used to sew custom wedding and prom dresses, coats and more but she fell in love with making stuffed toys, especially owls and dolls. She loves mixing colors and materials together. It makes her very happy when kids fall in love with one of her toys and they are all made WITH LOVE!
In these days of social media, the Craft Guild has been relying on its Facebook Page to get the word out about our member's sales and events. We also use our page to promote member's craft works and keep them in the public eye. We have so many talented members and it turns out that Facebook is a pretty good place to showcase their work.
In addition to posting photos and information about our guild's activities, we are part of the community at large. We share photos from other local pages and have fun sharing a craft project or two from the multitude of craft sites on Facebook.
We really hope you will like our Facebook page so that you can keep up with what our members are doing and what shows are being planned for the rest of the year. See you there!