Nutmeg Designs will be back in Lancaster for the first time since 2009, when we did the previous incarnation of the Pennsylvania Guild November fine craft show. The Artisan Fair, November 11th & 12th 2017, picks up the tradition via the Lancaster Designer Craftsmen, and the sheer beauty of the craft represented will make it a delight to visit and shop.
The show is an expo of American-made fine craft and fine art featuring over 100 local and national fine artists and craftspeople, who make functional pottery, handmade jewelry, designer clothing, glass art, woodworking, and more. We will be in booth #153 with mosaics and stained glass. Please stop by!
Spooky Nook Complex in Manheim is a state-of-the-art facility boasting easy road access off route 283.
Admission $5.00/Free Parking
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Fashion Designer/Fiber Artist Denise Shardlow has invited Nutmeg Designs to be the feature artist at her Open Studio in Elkins Park. I will be there with mosaic pendants and a selection of other mosaics, and suncatchers by Stratoz. Her studio is an immersion in color with poppy red walls and anyone with an earthy orange living room is a Color Soul Sister! Denise has been busy making capes in a rainbow of colors out of scraps of melton wool.
Mark your calendars for Friday Evening August 18th, 2017 from 5:30-9:00. There will be wine from ONE Hope Wine with samples of their wines and a mission to benefit charities.
Last year, visitors to our show donated over 400 pounds of food! Help us have an even better year in 2017. Every 5 cans of food gives you a chance for a custom Dream Sign Mosaic in your choice of colors, and any food donation will also grant you a piece of Stratoz’s homemade strudel(so get there before its gone!)
Edited 5/17/17: We collected over 450 items, which was well over the 300 items from last year. The generosity of our clients, fans and friends was heartening.
Stratoz and I invite you to come to our Nutmeg Designs Open Studio: Open Heart on May 7th and 8th, 2016. Prepare to be delighted, find mosaics and stained glass gifts, and if you bring 5 food items for donation to Manna on Main Street, the opportunity to enter a drawing for a hope stained glass design in your favored colors.
Look for the orange chairs on our polychrome porch!
Stratoz and I were excited to have our Rainbow Starflower mandala on the poster for the 2016 Spring North Penn Select Craft Show. Come by booth 98 on March 12, 2016 at North Penn High School. We have been gathering up our mosaic and stained glass, and have color and sparkle to delight you.
My friend Cynthia K. Prediger is a talented metalsmith and head of housekeeping at Foulkeways at Gwynedd, and she asked me to participate in the annual Foulkeways Craft Fair sponsored by the Residents Association.
Foulkeways was the first continuing care retirement village in Pennsylvania, founded in 1967 by the Gwynedd Friends Meeting, on farmland left to the Quakers by Charles Beaumont in honor of his wife May Foulke.
Come to this beautiful setting for mosaic gifts, as well as other handmade items and baked goods. If you are attending the Pennsylvania Guild Show at Montgomery County Community College, stop by before or after on the Saturday, since Foulkeways is just 5 minutes away via Rt. 202 from MCCC.
Foulkeways Craft Fair
The annual Foulkeways Craft Fair, sponsored by the Foulkeways Residents Association, is being held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19 and Saturday, Oct. 20 in the Foulkeways Auditorium located in the Community Center.
Homemade crafts, quilts, holiday ornaments, American Girl Doll clothes, knitted items, baked goods and plants will be available, plus much, much more.
Admission is free and the public is invited.
Foulkeways is located at 1120 Meetinghouse Road in Gwynedd, PA. You are urged to use the Foulkeways main entrance on Sumneytown Pike.
The 2011 Kimberton Waldorf School Craft Show is here and Nutmeg Designs is glad to be part of it! I have an affinity for this show, where students sell their handmade gifts alongside us, and fulfill the Waldorf philosophy as described at Why Waldorf Works:
Waldorf teachers believe that the human being is not just a brain – but a being with heart and limbs – a being of will and feeling, as well as of intellect… Here the arts and practical skills make their essential contribution, educating not only heart and hand but, in very real ways, the brain as well.
If you live in the greater Philadelphia area, come by and feed your heart with beauty! Stratoz and I are especially glad hearted to bring our latest Hope mosaic, Hope in the Desert, a collaboration of our heart and hands. We are in the gym, across from the stage(which is full of delightful crafts made by Waldorf students.) Did I mention the dessert room?
Stratoz and I will be at the North Penn Holiday Craft Market in our same spot, booth #98, on Saturday November 19th. I am rebuilding my mirror stock, since suddenly I didn’t have any left. The Earthtone mirror allowed me to try out some new glass tiles, with a muted orange tone, almost stone-like. I am also debuting some Sunshine and Shadow quilt block trivets to diversify the collection. We hope to see you on Saturday!
The North Penn Holiday Craft Market of the
North Penn International Friendship Committee
North Penn High School
1340 VALLEY FORGE ROAD (RT. 363) LANSDALE, PA 19446 Saturday, November 19, 2011
9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Stratoz and I will be at the 26th Annual Holiday Marketplace, Lehigh Valley Chapter of the PA Guild of Craftsmen,November 5th & 6th, 2011, at the Swain School in Allentown, PA.
This Juried Fine Art and Craft Show features handmade one of kind items by local artisans. You’ll find: jewelry, photography, art, furniture, hand-woven clothing, holiday ornaments and much more. All items are handmade and the artists are onsite to answer your questions and help you select the perfect holiday gift.