|'KENTUCKY COAL CRAFTERS' |
Carbide Light carved out of coal, by Kentuckian Alvin Powell
It has been a beautiful day to enjoy the festivities at the Old Fashioned Days Celebration in Williamsburg, Kentucky. I bought this carbide light carved from coal. It was a logical purchase for me because my Dad, Bob's Dad, and his Grandpa were all coal miners. I talked with Mr. Powell, who carved it; he seemed to be a very nice and talented man.
|OVER the HILLS FARM|
John and Sonya Parrott, Jellico, Tennessee
|Had to buy this one, sounds delightful.|
Erica is a very nice young crafts woman. It is refreshing to see young people getting involved in making crafts and enjoying the rich heritage of the Williamsburg Old Fashioned Trading Days.
|POLE PUMPKINS by Erica Flannery|
Kenneth and Barbara Stephens are very nice and a joy to talk to.
They have very high quality woodwork.
by Kenneth and Barbara Stephens from Glasgow, Ky.
|A STITCH IN TIME, Quilts by Fern Ledford and her two Sisters|
|Fern is a beautiful woman with a wonderful|
zeal for life. She also had homemade lye soap
for sale. I purchased some of that.
|WOODCRAFTS BY Daymond Helton|
Daymond greets everyone with a smile and is happy to pass the time of day with his customers.
|I spoke with the lady that made these little jumpsuits, she was very nice and gave me permission to photograph them and put them on my blog, but chose not to include her name with the post|
So many beautiful things, such wonderful Crafters, and Blessings of Sunshine.