Echoview’s annual Christmas Bazaar takes place Saturday, December 6th, from 10 am to 4 pm at Echoview Fiber Mill, 76 Jupiter Road, Weaverville, NC 28787.
The Echoview Christmas Bazaar returns this year and is bigger and better than ever with 30 area artists showcasing their wares this holiday season.
Featured crafts include handmade jewelry, buttons and clay art, knitted and felted accessories, leather work, natural soaps, eco-dyed silk scarves, American-made heritage clothing, as well as baked goods and local honey.
“This is our biggest Christmas Bazaar yet featuring unique, handmade items from some of the best artists in the area,” said Julie Jensen, Echoview Fiber Mill founder and owner.
Susan Boles, the Customer Service Manager at Echoview Fiber Mill noted that “there’s something for everyone on your list at the Echoview Christmas Bazaar."
"We hope you’ll join us to shop handmade, support local businesses, and enjoy this free, festive community event," added Boles.
The Echoview Fiber Mill gift shop will also be open with an array of local alpaca and merino wool, hand-dyed roving, chrome-free natural dyes, and high quality crafting supplies for knitting, felting, and spinning.
The full list of participating vendors includes:
Joyce Edmonds, E-Bottles
Sherrye Perry, Gypsy Bee
Sonia, Echoview Baked Goods
Sara, Echoview Farm Honey
Angelica Beck, Handmade Jewelry
Brook Metheny, Indigo Brown
Nuit Moore, The Moon and the Sea
Deborah Wilkie, Carys Organics
Sondra Hastings, Buttons and Clay Art
Michael Rayburn, Rayburn Farm
Julie Gerken, Baker Place Originals
Ashlie J Harper, Pick and Preserve
Barbara McGuire, Artwork
Ann Magrath, Fiber Goddess
Sherrie Hill, Handmade Jewelry
Rose Szabo, Artdust Designs - Nuno Felting
Barbara Morton, Oil Paintings
Sherry Weiland, Jewelry and Other
Carol Sturm, Christmas Decor & Beaded Jewelry
Susie Wheelis, Knitted and Felted Items
Katie Graham, Raku
Nancy Bruce, Hand-dyes-to-go
Kristen Rice, Quirky Bits & Pieces
Crum Perfect, Baked Goods
Bea Lothrop, Wool Artistry
Patty Byid, Leather Work
April Handby, Natural Soaps
Michelle Elliott, Eco Dyed Silk Scarves and Bags
Gail Scherer, Woodsong Alpaca Items
Appalatch, USA Made Clothing
About Echoview Fiber Mill
Echoview Fiber Mill is an eco-friendly, living wage certified animal fiber processing mill located just north of Asheville, NC. The mill is committed to leaving a light footprint on the environment and won the first Gold LEED Certification for a manufacturing mill in the US. For more information on the educational opportunities and farm tours open to the public at Echoview Farm, visit http://farm.echoviewnc.com/. To learn more about Echoview Fiber Mill, visit http://mill.echoviewnc.com and https://www.facebook.com/EchoviewFiberMill.