Homespun spin around town


Caroline Johnson, 9, left foreground, reaches for an article of clothing that’s caught her eye while her grandmother Vickie Pierce observes in the right background. The two were at Denver Place Elementary for the 36th annual Homespun Christmas in Wilmington.

Caroline Johnson, 9, left foreground, reaches for an article of clothing that’s caught her eye while her grandmother Vickie Pierce observes in the right background. The two were at Denver Place Elementary for the 36th annual Homespun Christmas in Wilmington.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The Wooden Moose shop, on East Sugartree Street across from the Eagles Lodge in Wilmington, was a popular stop for shoppers Saturday during the 36th annual Homespun Christmas. Checking out coasters — many of them bearing images of local landmarks — are from left Kathy Myers of Wilmington and Twilene Cunningham of New Vienna.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

At Denver Place Elementary School in Wilmington, the entrance hallway, the gymnasium and portions of two side hallways were occupied by local crafters and vendors selling their wares to Christmas shoppers. From left facing the camera and browsing among the items are, from left, Shelley Gullette, David Lamb and Laurie Lamb.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

There were multiple crafters and vendors under one roof Saturday at Denver Place Elementary School for Homespun Christmas in Wilmington. This photo is from the school gymnasium.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Caroline Johnson, 9, left foreground, reaches for an article of clothing that’s caught her eye while her grandmother Vickie Pierce observes in the right background. The two were at Denver Place Elementary for the 36th annual Homespun Christmas in Wilmington.

The Wooden Moose shop, on East Sugartree Street across from the Eagles Lodge in Wilmington, was a popular stop for shoppers Saturday during the 36th annual Homespun Christmas. Checking out coasters — many of them bearing images of local landmarks — are from left Kathy Myers of Wilmington and Twilene Cunningham of New Vienna.

At Denver Place Elementary School in Wilmington, the entrance hallway, the gymnasium and portions of two side hallways were occupied by local crafters and vendors selling their wares to Christmas shoppers. From left facing the camera and browsing among the items are, from left, Shelley Gullette, David Lamb and Laurie Lamb.

There were multiple crafters and vendors under one roof Saturday at Denver Place Elementary School for Homespun Christmas in Wilmington. This photo is from the school gymnasium.

Caroline Johnson, 9, left foreground, reaches for an article of clothing that’s caught her eye while her grandmother Vickie Pierce observes in the right background. The two were at Denver Place Elementary for the 36th annual Homespun Christmas in Wilmington.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/12/web1_girl.jpgCaroline Johnson, 9, left foreground, reaches for an article of clothing that’s caught her eye while her grandmother Vickie Pierce observes in the right background. The two were at Denver Place Elementary for the 36th annual Homespun Christmas in Wilmington. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The Wooden Moose shop, on East Sugartree Street across from the Eagles Lodge in Wilmington, was a popular stop for shoppers Saturday during the 36th annual Homespun Christmas. Checking out coasters — many of them bearing images of local landmarks — are from left Kathy Myers of Wilmington and Twilene Cunningham of New Vienna.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/12/web1_moose.jpgThe Wooden Moose shop, on East Sugartree Street across from the Eagles Lodge in Wilmington, was a popular stop for shoppers Saturday during the 36th annual Homespun Christmas. Checking out coasters — many of them bearing images of local landmarks — are from left Kathy Myers of Wilmington and Twilene Cunningham of New Vienna. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

At Denver Place Elementary School in Wilmington, the entrance hallway, the gymnasium and portions of two side hallways were occupied by local crafters and vendors selling their wares to Christmas shoppers. From left facing the camera and browsing among the items are, from left, Shelley Gullette, David Lamb and Laurie Lamb.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/12/web1_buckeyes.jpgAt Denver Place Elementary School in Wilmington, the entrance hallway, the gymnasium and portions of two side hallways were occupied by local crafters and vendors selling their wares to Christmas shoppers. From left facing the camera and browsing among the items are, from left, Shelley Gullette, David Lamb and Laurie Lamb. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

There were multiple crafters and vendors under one roof Saturday at Denver Place Elementary School for Homespun Christmas in Wilmington. This photo is from the school gymnasium.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/12/web1_denver.jpgThere were multiple crafters and vendors under one roof Saturday at Denver Place Elementary School for Homespun Christmas in Wilmington. This photo is from the school gymnasium. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal