This quilted wall hanging, created by Sandy Horan, is one of the raffle items for this year’s Craft Bazaar at Resurrection Catholic Church on Oct. 19.
Resurrection Catholic Church's Wednesday Women's group will hold its 15th annual craft bazaar in Morrow Hall on Oct. 19 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Among the many craft projects, the three-season jackets stand out. From its beginnings as an ordinary sweatshirt, materials have been added to create unique patterns.
Among other crafts, there will be handknitted baby blankets, directional fingers that help guide visitors to your home, birdfeeders, bath salts, dishcloths, dog treats, and many wooden items created by parishioners Tom Dugan, Bob Adams and Chuck Chauvin.
Forty-five vendors will set up this year with both inside and outside booths containing doll clothes, wreaths, jewelry, wooden bottle stoppers, crochet items, metal work, framed butterflies, and Halloween and Christmas ideas.
The bake sale will offer many temptations from preserves to cakes, cookies and breads. Always a highlight of the Resurrection Bazaar are the baked apple pies. But come early, as they sell quickly!
The raffle items include a quilted wall hanging created by Sandy Horan, a 16-piece place setting for four donated by Emerson Creek Pottery, and a Pandora bracelet with a $50 gift certificate, compliments of Haywood's Jewelry.
Resurrection Catholic Church is located on Route 122 in Moneta, two miles north of Halesford Bridge.