Show Me Crafters hosted spring show


Debbie Kuhn, left, owner of Tuesday’s Child Boutique in Rogersville, and her mother Jackie Smith of Sedalia, discuss a memo board on her table Saturday at the Show Me Crafters Craft Show on Show in the Ag Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Kuhn creates felted chicks and bunnies and also wreaths and decorative bird cage houses. “Whatever I see that I like, I make,” she said.


Fairy houses, made by vendor Sandra Talkington, owner of SJW Creations in Sedalia, adds a touch of spring to her table on Saturday at the Show Me Crafters Craft Show on the fairgrounds. This is the second year for Talkington to participate in the show. “I’ve always been involved with miniatures,” she said. “This fall I’ll start making doll houses with miniature furniture.”


Amanda Scott, in center, of Circle Pines, Minnesota, and Tammy and Ed Hall, right, of Smithton, look over wine drizzles made by Carol Rodriguez, left, of Higginsville. Scott was visiting relatives in Sedalia and was excited to find the drizzle at the Show Me Crafters Craft Show on Saturday. “We don’t have anything like this up north,” she said. “It’s actually a birthday gift for a friend.”


The Show Me Crafters Craft Show had a variety of vendors Saturday such as Tegan Tucker, owner of Wasted Wool in Green Ridge, who is making a burlap wreath embellished with spring flowers. Tucker said she has been creating wreaths for approximately six years and gives classes once a month in Cole Camp at Happy Trails Antiques and Collectibles.


Show Me Crafters Craft Show vendor Debbie Kuhn, of Rogersville, holds a felted “heart love token” she has created. Kuhn said her work is considered shabby chic or vintage. The Show Me Crafter’s Craft Show ran through Sunday in both the Ag Building and in the Varied Industries Building on the Missouri Sate Fairgrounds. They will have another show this fall.


Debbie Kuhn, left, owner of Tuesday’s Child Boutique in Rogersville, and her mother Jackie Smith of Sedalia, discuss a memo board on her table Saturday at the Show Me Crafters Craft Show on Show in the Ag Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Kuhn creates felted chicks and bunnies and also wreaths and decorative bird cage houses. “Whatever I see that I like, I make,” she said.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_TSD031416CraftShow-1.jpgDebbie Kuhn, left, owner of Tuesday’s Child Boutique in Rogersville, and her mother Jackie Smith of Sedalia, discuss a memo board on her table Saturday at the Show Me Crafters Craft Show on Show in the Ag Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Kuhn creates felted chicks and bunnies and also wreaths and decorative bird cage houses. “Whatever I see that I like, I make,” she said.

Fairy houses, made by vendor Sandra Talkington, owner of SJW Creations in Sedalia, adds a touch of spring to her table on Saturday at the Show Me Crafters Craft Show on the fairgrounds. This is the second year for Talkington to participate in the show. “I’ve always been involved with miniatures,” she said. “This fall I’ll start making doll houses with miniature furniture.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_TSD031416CraftShow-2.jpgFairy houses, made by vendor Sandra Talkington, owner of SJW Creations in Sedalia, adds a touch of spring to her table on Saturday at the Show Me Crafters Craft Show on the fairgrounds. This is the second year for Talkington to participate in the show. “I’ve always been involved with miniatures,” she said. “This fall I’ll start making doll houses with miniature furniture.”

Amanda Scott, in center, of Circle Pines, Minnesota, and Tammy and Ed Hall, right, of Smithton, look over wine drizzles made by Carol Rodriguez, left, of Higginsville. Scott was visiting relatives in Sedalia and was excited to find the drizzle at the Show Me Crafters Craft Show on Saturday. “We don’t have anything like this up north,” she said. “It’s actually a birthday gift for a friend.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_TSD031416CraftShow-3.jpgAmanda Scott, in center, of Circle Pines, Minnesota, and Tammy and Ed Hall, right, of Smithton, look over wine drizzles made by Carol Rodriguez, left, of Higginsville. Scott was visiting relatives in Sedalia and was excited to find the drizzle at the Show Me Crafters Craft Show on Saturday. “We don’t have anything like this up north,” she said. “It’s actually a birthday gift for a friend.”

The Show Me Crafters Craft Show had a variety of vendors Saturday such as Tegan Tucker, owner of Wasted Wool in Green Ridge, who is making a burlap wreath embellished with spring flowers. Tucker said she has been creating wreaths for approximately six years and gives classes once a month in Cole Camp at Happy Trails Antiques and Collectibles.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_TSD031416CraftShow-4.jpgThe Show Me Crafters Craft Show had a variety of vendors Saturday such as Tegan Tucker, owner of Wasted Wool in Green Ridge, who is making a burlap wreath embellished with spring flowers. Tucker said she has been creating wreaths for approximately six years and gives classes once a month in Cole Camp at Happy Trails Antiques and Collectibles.

Show Me Crafters Craft Show vendor Debbie Kuhn, of Rogersville, holds a felted “heart love token” she has created. Kuhn said her work is considered shabby chic or vintage. The Show Me Crafter’s Craft Show ran through Sunday in both the Ag Building and in the Varied Industries Building on the Missouri Sate Fairgrounds. They will have another show this fall.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_TSD031416CraftShow-5.jpgShow Me Crafters Craft Show vendor Debbie Kuhn, of Rogersville, holds a felted “heart love token” she has created. Kuhn said her work is considered shabby chic or vintage. The Show Me Crafter’s Craft Show ran through Sunday in both the Ag Building and in the Varied Industries Building on the Missouri Sate Fairgrounds. They will have another show this fall.

Debbie Kuhn, left, owner of Tuesday’s Child Boutique in Rogersville, and her mother Jackie Smith of Sedalia, discuss a memo board on her table Saturday at the Show Me Crafters Craft Show on Show in the Ag Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Kuhn creates felted chicks and bunnies and also wreaths and decorative bird cage houses. “Whatever I see that I like, I make,” she said.

Fairy houses, made by vendor Sandra Talkington, owner of SJW Creations in Sedalia, adds a touch of spring to her table on Saturday at the Show Me Crafters Craft Show on the fairgrounds. This is the second year for Talkington to participate in the show. “I’ve always been involved with miniatures,” she said. “This fall I’ll start making doll houses with miniature furniture.”

Amanda Scott, in center, of Circle Pines, Minnesota, and Tammy and Ed Hall, right, of Smithton, look over wine drizzles made by Carol Rodriguez, left, of Higginsville. Scott was visiting relatives in Sedalia and was excited to find the drizzle at the Show Me Crafters Craft Show on Saturday. “We don’t have anything like this up north,” she said. “It’s actually a birthday gift for a friend.”

The Show Me Crafters Craft Show had a variety of vendors Saturday such as Tegan Tucker, owner of Wasted Wool in Green Ridge, who is making a burlap wreath embellished with spring flowers. Tucker said she has been creating wreaths for approximately six years and gives classes once a month in Cole Camp at Happy Trails Antiques and Collectibles.

Show Me Crafters Craft Show vendor Debbie Kuhn, of Rogersville, holds a felted “heart love token” she has created. Kuhn said her work is considered shabby chic or vintage. The Show Me Crafter’s Craft Show ran through Sunday in both the Ag Building and in the Varied Industries Building on the Missouri Sate Fairgrounds. They will have another show this fall.

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