Events - Seasonal Wrapsody 2015

Sponsored by the Nottawasaga Handweavers and Spinners, Seasonal Wrapsody, a sale of unique hand made items from over 25 local artisans, will be held at the Gibson Centre. It begins on the evening of Friday Nov 6th from 6 to 9pm and continues on Saturday November 7th from 10am to 4pm. Glass artistry, both stained and blown glass, woodworking, handweaving, knitting, felted items, alpaca products, soaps and lotions and other treasures will be be available. Featured will be demonstrations of spinning and weaving by members of the Nottawasaga Guild. The Globe Restaurant will again provide catering for the event.

This years vendors are:

The Adjala Quilters – quilts
Jocelyn Bates – jewellery
George Burt – wood turned items
Camphill Community – wood products
Carver Girl – soapstone carvings
Bob Dunn – carved ornaments
Shirley Ford- hand painted silk scarves
The Jamstress – homemade jams and honey products
Eileen Land/Sue Needle – angora knit and crocheted items
Kai-Liis McInnes – hand knit alpaca items & cards
Nottawasaga Handweavers & Spinners – handmade textiles
Corrie Parsons – woven textiles
Jill Sadleir – art greeting cards
Pam’s Soaps – handmade soaps and lotions
Lyla Stockdale – funky knits
Tubtown Scents – soaps and lotions
Yvonne de Viller – stained glass
Janet Ward – alpaca items and fibre
Catherine Jackson - Quilted Items
GnR Farms – alpaca yarns and knit goods
Jana Caissie - jewellery
Catherine Laing - handspun, handknit items
Dan Edwards - hypertufa mini gardens
Jackie Warmelink - pottery

New this year!
Ruthan & Dennis Johnson - handmade textiles, baking, blacksmithing
The Lilly House - artisanal breads, baking, mustards, savoury jellies
Darlene Rutledge - botanical prints on fabric using plant dyes
Elspeth King - Alpaca products, hand cranked sock machine products