A HOMESPUN CHRISTMAS Leetonia craft tour

Margie and Ed Mullen offer mirrors, calendars, coat racks, switch plates and other items decorated using an ink and scrub technique of India ink and oil paint to create various designs. Their home is at 348 Pearl St., Leetonia.
Jo Ann Murphy creates primitive handmade pieces such as Santas and snowmen, angels, dolls, ornaments and a variety of papier-m & acirc;ch & eacute; and wooden decorative objects. Her home is south of Leetonia at 39543 Crestview Road.
Mary Lou Bontemp makes a variety of folk art pieces such as primitive Santas, dolls, cupboards, samplers and herbal wreaths. Her Salt Box shop is at 39866 Crestview Road, 0.2 miles east of Leetonia Road.
Monica Hoperich creates hand-woven items such as rugs, place mats and table runners at her home at 5210 Leetonia Road, 0.2 miles south of Lodge Road. She will also offer handmade soaps and other items.
Ken Crawford hand forges decorative and functional iron work, including custom-built hand railing. Crawford Iron is at 4392 state Route 164, midway between Lodge Road and state Route 558.
Sue Hahn is a basket maker, spinner, quilter and weaver. She invites visitors to sit by the fire and shop at Old Times, the log house where she stores her handmade products. There are baskets of all shapes and sizes, rag dolls and grapevine trees among her collection. Old Times is at 4154 state Route 558, 1.2 miles east of state Route 164.
Susan Avila makes hand-poured candles and will also offer potpourri, garland, primitive furniture, benches and signs for sale. Rustic Shed Candles is at 40468 Crestview Road, east of 164.

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