Crafters sought for Judo Club’s craft fair

Teacher of traditional rug hooking, will be demonstrating the use of the rug punching tool

The Campbell River Judo Club will be holding its second annual Christmas Craft Fair in the Judo Club facility here in Campbell River at 450B Merecroft Street.

It will be held on Saturday, Nov. 17, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 18, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Christmas Craft Fair’s theme is All Things Handmade. The club is currently looking for crafters, potters, quilters, bakers, jewelry makers….who would like to sell their wares. The Judo Club is supplying the tables for this event, cost of renting a table for the two days is $40.

Carman Hall, teacher of traditional rug hooking, will be demonstrating the use of the rug punching tool and hand hooking techniques. Carman’s spectacular rugs are made from 100 per cent recyclable fabrics. A must see. This event hosts a perfect opportunity to shop for one-of-a-kind handmade items, from 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. The goals is to have a balance mix of vendors in several different areas, jewelry, handmade soap, knitting, baking, yard art, hand made cards, and metal art.

For more information on this event and to register, email;  or call 250-285-2278.

The Campbell River Judo Club is a not-for profit and the club is a member of Judo BC.

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