You’ll flip for the Judo craft fair

The Campbell River Judo Club Christmas Craft Fair features  an exceptional variety of quality hand-crafted treasures made by local artisans as well as artisans from the Gulf Islands.

The judo facility is one level making access easy for all.  There is no admission charge for this event.

Everyone is welcome to attend our spectacular Christmas Craft Fair which will be showcasing some of our favorite handmade crafts.

This event hosts a perfect opportunity to shop for one of a kind hand made items, from some of our fantastic local artisans, designers and crafters.

This relaxed environment offers the opportunity to meet the person who created the item and talk about their craft and the creative process they used.

There will be a beautiful selection of handcrafted jewellery, sterling silver and other precious metals, opals, pearls, and crystals.

Also expect to see a great variety of beautiful knitting,  lovely handmade quilts, unique rugs, one of a kind rock work, custom made hope chests, kettle corn, knitted scarfs, crocheting of all sorts, handmade soaps, spa and shampoo bars, wind chimes, hair accessories for girls, Christmas ornaments, oregon generators, home made jams and vinegars, quilling, Christmas  cupcakes, iced and bagged cookies and cake pops, a savory assortment of traditional Indian samosa’s with tamarind and date sauce....

Carman Hall, teacher of rug hooking, will be demonstrating the use of the rug punching tool and hand hooking techniques.

Hall’s spectacular rugs are made from 100 per cent recyclable fabrics.

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