This is a continuation of the other article that did about attending Richwood, West Virginia’s 80th Annual Ramp Festival.
There were so many cool vendors with unique handcrafted work that I wanted to share pictures of some of their work and provide the contact information for those who may want to patronize them.
I didn’t have enough money or room in my car to purchase all the items that I wanted to get. I did purchase my share.
Well below are some of the vendors that were at this year’s Richwood’s Feast of the Ransom.
At the end of this post is the contact information for some the vendors who agreed to have their information here on my blog.
As you can see many of the crafts are made of wood. As indicated by the name of the town ‘Richwood’, the town placed outside the edge of forest has a history or logging, lumberjacks and thus produced people with great wood working skills. So hence a lot of the crafts are from wood. There was even some artificial roses made from wood…. that looked very real and even smelled real.
I should have gotten that “Almost Heaven” coat rack, and that other wood vase in addition to the wood bowl I bought. What was I thinking? I don’t like shopping around men. They give you that look as to say….. ‘Oh my land, are you going to buy that too honey?’
Contact Info. for some of the vendors (in no particular order):
Steer Creek Wood
(304) 644-0244 cell
The little shed work shop
Phone: (304) 651-1810
LA Rustic Designs
Find them on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/LARusticDesigns/
Unique and 100% Handmade signs
Business, Wedding, Special Occasion, and Personalized Signs
Phone: (304) 641-1282
Search and Preservation
Clemmons, NC 27012
800 Heritage Apple Varieties For Sale
P.O. Box 235
Mt. Lookout, WV 26678
Meadow River – Turkey Calls
Patsy’s Sweet Temptations
Homemade candies and Fudge
Patsy Persinger, Owner
27 Green Street
Richwood, WV 26261
Florist, Antiques, Arts
45 Winery Lane
Summersville, WV 26651