The Kiwanis Arts and Crafts Show had no shortage of home décor. One vendor displayed two rustic chairs decorated with a multitude of religious picture frames.

The Kiwanis Craft Show took place last week on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 22 – 23 at The First United Methodist Church Family Activity Center.


Tables and tables of Christmas décor and handmade gift ideas were also on display during the show. 

The show was hosted by Rustic Lace Events owned by Jessica Miller. The event is held every fourth Friday and Saturday in November and is the community’s longest running show with arts and crafts vendors.


Fall and Thanksgiving decorations were available at certain vendors’ tables. One vendor showed off handmade wreaths for the current season.

Vendors at the show included JB Butterfly Designs, Betty’s Quilting, Rustic Lace Events & Photography, Hannaway’s Traditional Scottish Shortbread, Aunt Bob’s Baked Goods, Artistic Turnings by Howard Wright, Dock 132, Larry Wendland Woodworking, Seasons by Sue and many more.


Betty Jo Haskell had all of her handcrafted quilts on display at her table. 

Breakfast and lunch were available both days as well as a large selection of baked cookies, cakes and pies that were presented by the Tullahoma First United Methodist Women’s Circle.

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