‘Winterwork’ returns to Hope Spinnery

Dec 06, 2013
Orange Iron Fabrications offers wearable felted art.

Hope — Hope Spinnery’s 10th annual “Winterwork” sale, has been postponed due to the snowstorm. It will take place Sunday, Dec. 22, from noon to 5 p.m. Ten local artists will show and sell their handmade products and will on hand to talk about their craft and individual process at the Spinnery on Route 105.

Artists include Kate Chandler of Orange Iron Fabrications, felted art work; Mark Guido, alias the Maine Rock Guy; and Ezra Smith, a 13-year-old engineer from Hope. Potters Ariela Kuh, Sett Balise and Kyle Quigley of the Hope Clay studio will have their creations available for sale. Felters Tiyana Wolf-Whitehead and Amy Robbins-Wilson; Virginia Slawson of Playing with Fire! Glassworks; Marcie Adler-Howard of Sustainable Stitches; Bill Huntington of Hope Spinnery; and members of the Rock Coast Rollers will all be on hand.

This event is part of Hope Celebrates, a day of festivities in Hope. Sweet Tree Arts will welcome families to create their own wrapping paper and cards, and Midcoast Music Together will offer a family sing-along at 3 p.m. And Hope Elephants will unveil murals created by local children and decorating their tree with edible treats for Opal and Rosie from 4 to 5 p.m.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or

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