Ozark Folkway's Clothesline

Sewing space with it's own clothesline at Ozark Folkways.

Ready for sewing classes! Sewing machines were donated to Ozark Folkways from money raised at the annual community Squirrel Run.

Meet some really nice folks today.

Met Jim Swank, a vendor, who was picking up some things for a quilting show he is attending.

Met Lanny and his wife, the neighbors on the South.

Met Terry Bumgarner, a volunteer with the Squirrel Run. She picked up the "acorns" made by Laura Jane. All the runners will get one.

Met a really nice couple from the East Coast. They shopped, bought some handcrafted wooden baskets and a bag of cedar. They loved the walnut butcher block cart. They put it on their Christmas wish list!

John and Erin came in late and started working on a Christmas tree for "Christmas on the Mountain" in November.

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421 College Ave -  Fayetteville, AR 72701  
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