Show-Me Crafters Fall Craft Fair draws throng to Missouri State Fairgrounds …

November 15, 2015 - fall Denim

During a 40th annual Show-Me Crafters Fall Craft Show Saturday, Jackson Davenport, 3, gives Santa Claus a cuddle inside a Ag Building on a Missouri State Fairgrounds. David Cott, of Marshall, has been portraying St. Nick for about 25 years. Davenport was during initial thinking about sitting on Santa’s lap, though with support from his relatives Michelle and Chris Davenport, of Green Ridge, he shortly hopped adult with a smile.

Hannah Smith, on right, a businessman with her mom Debbie Smith, of Tipton, talks with an unclear patron during a Show-Me Crafters Craft Fair on Saturday. The women possess Silver Smiths and pattern valuables done from antique flare and ladle heads. On left, Josie Green and her mom Betty King, both of Marshall, try on rings done from musical splinter spoons.


Carla White, left, of Sedalia, and her cousin Beverly Godown, of Wichita, Kansas, demeanour during cloth rugs done by Mary Barnett, of Bolivar, during a Show-Me Crafters Craft Fair on Saturday. Godown pronounced she saw information about a uncover in a Missouri State Fair poster and motionless to call White. “Bonding and shopping, we can’t do most improved than that,” White added.

Carla White, left, of Sedalia, and her cousin Beverly Godown, of Wichita, Kansas, demeanour during cloth rugs done by Mary Barnett, of Bolivar, during a Show-Me Crafters Craft Fair on Saturday. Godown pronounced she saw information about a uncover in a Missouri State Fair poster and motionless to call White. “Bonding and shopping, we can’t do most improved than that,” White added.


After anticipating a ideal Christmas ornament, Caydence Collins, 6, shows a square to her mom Madeline Collins, of Sedalia. The family, including 9-year-old Demitri Holt, was perusing a list of vendors Kathleen Robb and Kathy Jo Anderson, of Raytown, during a Show-Me Crafters Craft Show on Saturday. Robb and Anderson were offered handmade pillows, bears, ornaments and fridge towels.

After anticipating a ideal Christmas ornament, Caydence Collins, 6, shows a square to her mom Madeline Collins, of Sedalia. The family, including 9-year-old Demitri Holt, was perusing a list of vendors Kathleen Robb and Kathy Jo Anderson, of Raytown, during a Show-Me Crafters Craft Show on Saturday. Robb and Anderson were offered handmade pillows, bears, ornaments and fridge towels.

On left, Mary Barnett, of Bolivar, talks to business about her cloth rugs done from polyester weave corroborated with denim. On a right Sara Green, of Marshall, visits with business about a handmade valuables she and her mother-in law, Kathy Green, make for their business, K S Designs in Marshall. About 92 art and qualification vendors participated in a weekend event.

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Carla White, left, of Sedalia, and her cousin Beverly Godown, of Wichita, Kansas, demeanour during cloth rugs done by Mary Barnett, of Bolivar, during a Show-Me Crafters Craft Fair on Saturday. Godown pronounced she saw information about a uncover in a Missouri State Fair poster and motionless to call White. “Bonding and shopping, we can’t do most improved than that,” White added.

http://falldenim.meximas.com/wp-content/plugins/RSSPoster_PRO/cache/54e2e_web1_TSD111615CraftFair-3.jpgCarla White, left, of Sedalia, and her cousin Beverly Godown, of Wichita, Kansas, demeanour during cloth rugs done by Mary Barnett, of Bolivar, during a Show-Me Crafters Craft Fair on Saturday. Godown pronounced she saw information about a uncover in a Missouri State Fair poster and motionless to call White. “Bonding and shopping, we can’t do most improved than that,” White added.
After anticipating a ideal Christmas ornament, Caydence Collins, 6, shows a square to her mom Madeline Collins, of Sedalia. The family, including 9-year-old Demitri Holt, was perusing a list of vendors Kathleen Robb and Kathy Jo Anderson, of Raytown, during a Show-Me Crafters Craft Show on Saturday. Robb and Anderson were offered handmade pillows, bears, ornaments and fridge towels.

http://falldenim.meximas.com/wp-content/plugins/RSSPoster_PRO/cache/9bb11_web1_TSD111615CraftFair-4.jpgAfter anticipating a ideal Christmas ornament, Caydence Collins, 6, shows a square to her mom Madeline Collins, of Sedalia. The family, including 9-year-old Demitri Holt, was perusing a list of vendors Kathleen Robb and Kathy Jo Anderson, of Raytown, during a Show-Me Crafters Craft Show on Saturday. Robb and Anderson were offered handmade pillows, bears, ornaments and fridge towels.

During a 40th annual Show-Me Crafters Fall Craft Show Saturday, Jackson Davenport, 3, gives Santa Claus a cuddle inside a Ag Building on a Missouri State Fairgrounds. David Cott, of Marshall, has been portraying St. Nick for about 25 years. Davenport was during initial thinking about sitting on Santa’s lap, though with support from his relatives Michelle and Chris Davenport, of Green Ridge, he shortly hopped adult with a smile.

Hannah Smith, on right, a businessman with her mom Debbie Smith, of Tipton, talks with an unclear patron during a Show-Me Crafters Craft Fair on Saturday. The women possess Silver Smiths and pattern valuables done from antique flare and ladle heads. On left, Josie Green and her mom Betty King, both of Marshall, try on rings done from musical splinter spoons.

Carla White, left, of Sedalia, and her cousin Beverly Godown, of Wichita, Kansas, demeanour during cloth rugs done by Mary Barnett, of Bolivar, during a Show-Me Crafters Craft Fair on Saturday. Godown pronounced she saw information about a uncover in a Missouri State Fair poster and motionless to call White. “Bonding and shopping, we can’t do most improved than that,” White added.

After anticipating a ideal Christmas ornament, Caydence Collins, 6, shows a square to her mom Madeline Collins, of Sedalia. The family, including 9-year-old Demitri Holt, was perusing a list of vendors Kathleen Robb and Kathy Jo Anderson, of Raytown, during a Show-Me Crafters Craft Show on Saturday. Robb and Anderson were offered handmade pillows, bears, ornaments and fridge towels.

On left, Mary Barnett, of Bolivar, talks to business about her cloth rugs done from polyester weave corroborated with denim. On a right Sara Green, of Marshall, visits with business about a handmade valuables she and her mother-in law, Kathy Green, make for their business, K S Designs in Marshall. About 92 art and qualification vendors participated in a weekend event.

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