This November is a wonderful time to give thanks for our families, friendships, health and creativity. We hope your creativity has helped get you through the pandemic, and that through SCTA you have made some new friends. We are also very thankful this year that we are able to come back together for meetings and — drumroll please — Art to Wear & More!
This year’s vendors
Irene Camerino: Upcycled vintage Japanese textiles
Lori Christenson: Soaps, candles
Petey Connolly: Kumihimo jewelry
Carolyn Granados: Semi-precious jewelry
Ila Lewis: Beaded jewelry
Cris McLucas: Jewelry bags, clay art
Joan McMurray: Hand-painted silk scarves, etc.
Gloria Robertson: Cards, crochet/knit, etc.
Juliette Smith: Jewelry using natural stones
Molly Stuart: Upcycled heirloom clothing
Denise Sutherland: Beadweaving
Sharon Tanovitz: Handmade books, book jewelry
Soumia Varghese: Handmade jewelry
Rebecca Warren: Small keepsakes made of clay
Yvonne Warren: Bags and creative clothing
Marilyn Wilson: Handknitting natural fibers
Carol Wittich: Dyed pieces, handmade papers
We will be back at the Shepard Garden and Art Center for a single day — Saturday, November 13th. We will have our ever-popular fashion show at 10am followed at 11am by the opening of the sales floor. There will be music in the courtyard, and food available for purchase.
Don’t miss the biggest event of the SCTA year! Take care of some holiday shopping and connect with creative artists. Preview some of the artists’ work here.
Please bring your mask, per local guidelines.