Piedmont Craftsmen’s Fair: November 17-18 2012 at Benton Convention Center

I grew up with Piedmont Craftsmen. My mother, Linda Willard, is a former exhibiting member for her stitchery. She wasn’t one of the founding members, but she was admitted with the 2nd group of artists. Every year in November, we devoted an entire weekend to the fair. She had her booth which she set up to look like a comfy sitting room or den, the perfect environment to show off her embroidered works–decorative pillows, mostly, and the occasional wall hanging. She sat in her chair with the big, oval, stand-up embroidery hoop in front of her, where she basically painted Continue reading

Cool Stuff at Piedmont Craftsmen!

It’s How You Play the Game by Lynne Sward facebook.com/piedmont.craftsmen.5You only have two more weeks to see the current show, Games People Play. We thought for those of you that haven’t been to see it (and why not?), here’s a look at some of the “game pieces” being exhibited at Piedmont Craftsmen. Piedmont Craftsmen just received this beautiful new lamp from Jay Speetjens