Ad-Express and Daily Iowegian, Centerville, IA

2011 Pancake Day

September 19, 2011

Crafts of all kinds on display

CENTERVILLE — One of the busiest areas on Pancake Day is the craft court.  Each year new and returning crafters display a wide variety of handmade items for sale on the southeast section of the courthouse lawn.  

Here is a sampling of crafts that will be for sale:

• Sunday Ogunsola, Sunny Day Creations: Hand-dyed tie-dyed shirts for infants, children and adults

• Lucas Remley, LC Designs:  Garden art/metal designs

• Amanda Miller: Rugs, hot pads, baked goods, homemade candies, crafts

• Mona Anderson: Towels, tea towels, bibs, plastic bag caddies, sewing dresses, etc.

• Mercy Medical Center Auxiliary: Sewing and needlework

• Jason Clark, New World Graphics/Spiritual Nature:  Handmade T-shirts, sweatshirts, jewelry, hair feathers

• Katy Sawyer: Glass tile and bottle cap jewelry, little girl’s shirts, dresses, bows and headbands

• Steve Miller: Homemade jewelry, crochet and word work

• Country Candies and Furniture: Bent hickory furniture and homemade candies

• Glamcat Designs: Jewelry, home and door décor

• Tasha Danielson: Candy arrangement, lighted jar pumpkin, kitchen angel painted jars, homemade soap

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