Fine Art and Craft Sale: Handcrafted in Vermont - Fine Art, Sweater Mittens, Jewelry and More

Fine Art and Craft Sale: Handcrafted in Vermont - Fine Art, Sweater Mittens, Jewelry and More

posted Friday, December 3, 2021

The Stone Village Art Guild and the First Universalist Parish in Chester, Vermont are holding a fine art and craft sale Friday, December 17th from noon to 5pm and Saturday, December 18th from 10am until 5pm, at the First Universalist Parish on Rt 103/211 North St. in Chester's Stone Village.

All items featured at this fine art and craft sale are the creative work of local artists. Shoppers will recognize scenes from locations in Chester, Springfield and Weathersfield in watercolor, pastels and oil. Quilted wall hangings, giant potholders and cutting boards, all handcrafted, will also be available.

Everyone on your gift list needs a pair of Vermont Sweater Mittens made famous by our own Senator Bernie Sanders. We will have mittens in all colors and sizes. And who would not be delighted to be gifted a pair of handcrafted earrings or a special vintage cookie cutter tree ornament?

This one-stop shopping event will also include home baked holiday goodies and a Burton Snowboard and Goggles Raffle.

So whether you need that last-minute special gift, stocking stuffers, or simply want to add gifts for family and friends on your list, this shopping event will meet your needs.

Fine Art and Craft Sale: Handcrafted in Vermont - Fine Art, Sweater Mittens, Jewelry and More

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I have a selection of limited edition prints of the Chester Village Green, the Stone Village and historic village vignettes framed and unframed.
Call Lew Watters at 802.875.2114 or email [email protected].
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