AUGUSTA, WV — Romney’s Christmas House GFWC will be open Nov. 18 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Nov. 19 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Hope Christian Church on U.S. Route 50.
New and old craftsmen will settle in a large room. Some returning artisans this year are Joyce Beavers, log candles, crochet napkins and holiday centerpieces; Maurice Edgar, bowls and vases in turned wood; Liddia Beeman, onesies, sewn items and children’s items; Lee Whorton, sewn bags and wallets; Rita Scudieri, handmade bath and body products; Marlie Miltenberger and Heidi Gerley, floral arrangements, Christmas decoration and jewelry; Teresa Bisset, knitted hats and scarves and crocheted shawls; Joan Maggio, ceramics; Dan Oates, seat weaving and local history books; Trish Buckley, hot chocolate bombs; and David Long, books and local honey.
New artisans include Cindy Most, birdhouses, bottle art and paintings; Catherine Orner, homemade quilts, embroidered towels, preserves and eggs; Deborah Jean Poland, hand-dyed and spun yarns, knitwear and wooden toys; Tabitha Helsley, bespoke T-shirts, sweatshirts and mugs; Donna Davidson, decorated wreaths and lanterns; and Jade Harvey, semi-repurposed/upcycled art and jewelry.
Crafters can contact Mary French Barbe at 304-822-5790 or Linda Browning at 304-822-7492.
The GFWC will offer cookies and gravy, homemade soup, sandwiches, hot dogs and chili dogs, baked goods and beverages. They will sell pecans and walnuts.
The GFWC accepts non-perishable food items at the show for donation to the Romney Food Pantry.