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Angel Hair (all Colors) made from Mylar
Retailers Needed. Center of Family Love/Fiber Factory & Workshop is a sheltered workshop teaching vocational skills to adults with developmental disabilities.  When you get to their website look halfway down the page. 


At last, an angel hair that does not cut
and comes in colors!

Strands of Mylar are swirled into mohair using our special process. Now crafters, hand spinners, and decorators can create lovely looks never before possible with the old fiberglass angel hair. The more our angel hair is fluffed the prettier it becomes. Available in one ounce bags in a fabulous array of colors. For the "average" Christmas tree it takes two bags. Each bag is $5.00, which includes shipping and handling.

Available colors:

      • Ivory (subtle iridescent flashes of blues and purples-very popular)

      • Gold (gold-very elegant)

      • Silver (silver-a classic look)

      • Green (Christmas green)

      • Red (dark rich red-great around Santa collections)

      • Ice Blue (royal blue with silver)

      • Heavenly Blue (soft medium blue with iridescent flashes of green -- perfect around nativity sets)

      • Pink (a soft tender pink with iridescent flashes)

      • Purple (deep purple)

Artifacts

Authentic Handmade Indian Artifacts
Authentic Handmade Indian Artifacts Red River Trading Company

Dakota918@aol.com


Baby

Welcome to My World of Baby Bibs
Route 1, Box 42A, Hammon, Ok 73650
Phone:  580-473-2560, E-Mail
Personalized baby bibs, burp cloths, print bibs, blank bibs available for the creative person

Baskets

 
 Baskets Listing
Burl Ford Cherokee Basket Weaver
Handwoven Baskets

Contact Burl Ford
OK
Website
Send Email

Baskets Category
Mr. Ford is of Cherokee descent, and officially recognized as such. His fine baskets are skillfully woven in the tradition of his heritage. For purchase inquiries, please visit the catalog page or contact Mr. Ford via email.
 

 

 

Baskets and Lamps - Lariat Rope

 

Bath & Body

 


www.lavendervalleyacres.com
Telephone (580) 588-2855
Fax:  (580) 588-2837


 

Lavender Sachet: Various sizes filled with Dried Lavender buds, Lavender Bunches , Lavender Oil, Lavender Hydrosol Oil, Lavender Candles, Lavender Soap, Lavender Hand Lotions, Lavender Tea Bags, Lavender Potpourri, Lavender Pots, Lavender Jams, Lavender Cookies, Lavender Custom Baskets, Wreaths and Wands, Lavender Lotion, Lavender Moth Repellent, Lavender Mosquito Repllent Lotion and much more....

  Beadwork
 

Beadwork
Theresa Prough
303 Roberts Dr.

Durant, OK  74701
(580) 924-7745

 

Beadwork
John G. Anderson
P.O. Box 923
Talihina, OK 74571-0923

(580) 567-2166

 

Beadwork, Crafts etc.
Anna Betsey
1723 N. 10th
Durant, OK  74701
(580) 920-1634

 

Beadwork, Crafts, Jewelry
Ronnie Price
1006 Nail Parkway
Moore, OK  73160

 

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Beaded Jewelry, Medicine Bags
Darlene Sockey
532 E. Ruth
Sallisaw, OK  74955
Email:
dsockey@yahoo.com


Birdhouses, and Perches
 


Boomerangs

Graham's Boomerangs - Quality Handmade

 

Bows


Bows and Hair Accessories,
  Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
Click on Stuff 'n Such for ordering

 

Candles

Secret Gardens Candle Company

Shopping & Retail

6540 East 41st Street, Tulsa, OK
(918) 251-3096

Fragrance Refreshers are strongest I have
ever purchased.  They will pour a candle with your favorite fragrances.  I get some with 3 different layers like butter rum, pound cake and sugar cookie.

Gifts Galore

 

Chairs

Robert Walter  - Custom Made Chairs, wine racks and other Metal Art

Children's Products
 

Baby

Welcome to My World of Baby Bibs
Route 1, Box 42A, Hammon, Ok 73650
Phone: 580-473-2560, E-Mail
Personalized baby bibs, burp cloths, print bibs, blank bibs available for the creative person


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Clothing

AJ's Tees

Short Sets and Much More

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Helen Impson
HC 74 Box 725
Wright City, OK 74766
(580) 981-2892

   
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Danny E. Maxwell
HC 73 Box 1084
Park Hill, OK  74451
(918) 458-9339
(918) 453-9072
T-Shirts and Tank Tops $12.50
To Order Call 918-453-9072
We deliver in Cherokee County

Collectibles

Decoys

Wilson's Decoys
Brooks & Shelly Wilson
36511 S. 4450 Rd.
Vinita, OK 74301
918-782-4778

 

Cow Horns

 

 
OU Blow Horns and hat racks

Horns, Hat Racks, Boot Savers and more.  Very Unique Gift Items

Skrimerhorn Art
David P. Tate
15403 S. CR 2111
Blair, OK  73526
(580) 563-9358 after 5 P.M.

  Skrimerhorn is a word that I have coined for working with the cow horn.  All of my work is hand carved using knives, needles and files.  Each piece is original and authentic. 

Dolls 

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Mamie Youngblood
515 N. Anderson Road
Choctaw, OK 73020
(405) 769-5968

 

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For more info on American Native Dolls call  580 310-6179

Oklahoma Crafters Listings

Feather Work

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Henry Johnson
2200 Bentree Ln.
Ada, OK 74820
(580) 332-8126

Fragrances
 


lavendervalleyacres@earthlink.com
www.lavendervalleyacres.com
Telephone (580) 588-2855
Fax:  (580) 588-2837
 

June 14th , Saturday, 2008, 4th Annual Lavender Festival

 

Lavender Sachet: Various sizes filled with Dried Lavender buds, Lavender Bunches , Lavender Oil, Lavender Hydrosol Oil, Lavender Candles, Lavender Soap, Lavender Hand Lotions, Lavender Tea Bags, Lavender Potpourri, Lavender Pots, Lavender Jams, Lavender Cookies, Lavender Custom Baskets, Wreaths and Wands, Lavender Lotion, Lavender Moth Repellent, Lavender Mosquito Repllent Lotion and much more....
 
Secret Gardens Candle Company

Shopping & Retail

6540 East 41st Street, Tulsa, OK
(918) 251-3096

Fragrance Refreshers are strongest I have
ever purchased.  They will pour a candle with your favorite fragrances.  I get some with 3 different layers like butter rum, pound cake and sugar cookie.

 

 

DeeR Wood Works We hand-craft furniture from standing dead aspen trees we hand-pick from the Rockies, DeeR Wood Works, Harley Richardson, PO Box 88, Snyder, OK 73566

 

 

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Jewelry

 

Beads by Brenda
20 NW Mission Blvd J-7
Lawton OK 73507
Phone! Phone 580-585-1031
Phone! Mobile 580-585-1031
Fax 580-458-3433
Handmade affordable jewelry...made in Oklahoma

 

The Maverick Rose
Designer Linda Fisher
Bixby, Ok 74008
The Maverick Rose Jewelry company was founded by designer, Linda Fisher. She was inspired and empowered by a story of an incredible woman from Old West lore. “They called her ‘The Maverick Rose.’ She could shoot a rifle as well as any man and then plow the back forty before supper. She became a legend in her own time from the stories the towns folks spread about the single mother who could take on anything and still have time to read a bedtime story. She lived her life and raised her kids to stand up for their beliefs and to never let injustice go unchallenged. The name fit her because she lived the life of a maverick but could also be compassionate and as delicate as a rose.” We have southwest jewelry, pendants, bracelets, belts, earrings, charms and more. Items for the cowgirls and horse lovers

 

Down to Earth Jewelry
Route 1, Box 181G, Wynnewood, Ok 73098
Phone: (405)665-2698 ~ E-Mail: earth@telepath.com
Down to Earth Jewelry designs and makes quality beaded jewelry in sterling silver, semi-precious stones, freshwater pearls, and copper. The collections include necklaces, earrings, anklets, eyeglass leads, men's and childrens jewelry, and jewelry accessories. Custom length options are available for little or no extra charge, depending on the materials used. Prices are very reasonable, mostly in the $15 - $40 range. Visit our website at www.downtoearthjewelry.com
 

 

Silver & Turquoise Jewelry

Sand Carvings, Sculpture

P.K. Work

1202 N. 5th St.

Durant, OK 74701

(580)924-6670

Leather Products

 

Lynn's Henhouse
#3 Jamison Rd., Ponca City, Ok 74604
Lynn Curfman, Owner, Phone: (580) 762-522, dlcurf@poncacity.net
Hand Built & Wheel turned POTTERY *AWARD WINNING pieces, all one of a kind, Our Native American Art & an ever changing collection of collectibles. From teapots to sugar bowls, from hand beaded leather handbags to stoneware buffalo hangings we have a variety of wonderful gifts.

 

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Purses

 

Handmade Purses, Backpacks & Totes
Top Quality Decorator Fabrics

Fully Lined
Choose Any Fabric, in Any Size
Purses & Totes have 6 Inside Pockets

 

 

Quilts and Quilt Products

Buckboard Antique Quilts
Oklahoma City, Ok 73107
(405) 751-3885, buckboardquilts@cox.net
Judy Howard, Owner
Shown by Appointment Only -
Call or E-Mail

Picture to the left: 1885 Victorian green & maroon velvet embroidered wall art from heirs of MKT Katy Railroad & Tappan Range fortunes. Initialed by maker Esther Thornburn on wool back. Fabulous rare museum find.


 

Oklahoma Quiltworks
9323 North Pennsylvania Oklahoma City, OK 73120-1514
Phone (405) 842-4778 fax (405) 810-0739, E-Mail quilters@okquiltworks.com
Oklahoma Quiltworks is a full-service store that opened in 1988. With more than 3500 bolts, 700 book titles, and hundreds of patterns, we are the state's largest quilt shop.

 

FOR THE SHARPEST SCISSORS AND KNIVES YOU EVER USED:

GUARANTEED TO PLEASE OR YOU DON'T PAY. I WILL PAY SHIPPING ON ALL ROTARY BLADES. MINIMUM 5 BLADE ORDER

Knives sharpening $ 2.00 and up
FABRIC SCISSORS $3.00 - $5.00
KNIFE EDGE SCISSORS $5.00--$7.00

RE-SHARPENED
OLFA BLADES - GUARANTEED SHARP
This is an exchange program. For each re-sharpened Olfa blade you
purchase, one dull Olfa blade must accompany your payment.

RE SHARPENED OLFA BLADES EXCHANGE PROGRAM

PRICE $ 3.00 EACH
NEW OLFA BLADES $ 4.00 EACH
DULL Olfa blades needed, any quantity. !!!!!!!!!!!
 

Lewis H. Brown
38801 Hardesty Rd. Apt. # 27
Shawnee, OK 74801
E-mail, Scissorshop@aol.com

Store Visits will be entertained

 

Wine Racks

Robert Walter  - Metal Wine Racks.  Exquisite.  Have not had a return in 5 years

 

Wood Products

The Wood Butcher
P.O. Box 982, Beaver, OK 73932
Phone: (580) 625-4787, E-Mail
Self employed and sell my wooden gift items at , locally and on the internet. Site Description: I specialize in crafting distinctive wooden gifts: crosses, potpourri bowls, barnwood pictures (windmills, deer, horses, ducks, coyote...), ornaments (fish, windmill, angels, chickens...), fencepost vases, tops, jewelry boxes...Custom orders welcome. If you have a picture of it, I can make it for you.



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Wood Carving, Pencil Drawings
Clark Harp
Rt. 2 Box 213
Bennington, OK  74723
(580) 847-2571


 
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Kachina Carvings, Wood,
Clay & Stone

Darrell Parker
P.O. Box 575
Rush Springs, OK 73082
(580) 476-3453

 



DeeR Wood Works We hand-craft furniture from standing dead aspen trees we hand-pick from the Rockies, DeeR Wood Works, Harley Richardson, PO Box 88, Snyder, OK 73566

 
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Tim Young
Rt. 2 Box 3385
Talihina, OK  74571

 

 

Wilson's Decoys
Brooks & Shelly Wilson
36511 S. 4450 Rd.
Vinita, OK 74301
918-782-4778

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Wreaths

Wreaths - Robert E. Greiner School for the Handicapped
2310 E. B Ave.
Lawton, Ok 73501
Phone: (580)355-5834
E-Mail
Students make pine cone wreaths from items gathered locally such as seed pods, peach pits, walnuts etc. and sell them at a very reasonable price. They also make ceramics, peanut brittle and a few other items. The students and local community fund the school.
 


Craft supplies for sale to help raise money for a animal sanctuary to help in building the pen they need.we have lots of stuff, from beads to wood cut outs and more .we are selling every things less than wholesale.buy all or half.we also have sewing notions, from needles to ribbons and lots more. thanks chigley mansion animal foundation.(580)369-2076

Shop Oklahoma will host small Craft Sites for $3.00 per month paid 1 year in advance ($35.00).  You may have two e-mail addresses.  Crafting is tough and this is just a perk from Shop Oklahoma.  Contact Janene

 

 

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Craft Malls throughout Oklahoma

Craft Supplies

Craft Supplies - Hobby Lobby

Wholesale Supplies

Ann's Ceramics - Wholesale domestic and international molds, greenware, bisque, finished (including OK souveniers), supplies (including paints, glazes, etc as well as brushes, lite kits, anything needed to finish a project).

PO Box 8671001 Industrial Pky, Idabel, Ok 74745-0867
Phone: 580-286-7591 Fax: 580-286-3432
Products of Purchased Glass

http://www.beadquarters.com/store.asp


Bead Merchant
2745 E 15th St, Tulsa, Ok 74104-4713
Phone: 918-747-3636 Fax: 918-747-3636
Ms Susanne Barnard - Owner

1. 3911 Jewelry, precious metal
2. 3915 Jewelers' materials & lapidary work

If you can't find the beads you want at the above sources try http://www.shipwreckbeads.com

Furnace Beads


Artistic Wire in 30 colors and many gages. Make bracelets, earrings, anklets, rings and more. Wirewrapping and weaving jewelry are hot !

Free trade with China is (not so slowly) putting the American Craftsman and Artists out of business. China can reproduce American crafts and art for about 1/32 of the price it costs the americans for supplies. CRAFTERS, please keep crafting for the love of it. The Smithsonian Museum gift shop in Washington D.C. sells Chinese quilt reproductions of famous American quilts. Are your congressmen and senators allowing this?


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Tips and Tricks

  • Tip - Personalize your crafts in anyway you can. If you can put a "saying" or "name" on it at the time of the sale, it will be harder for China to duplicate



  • Stamping Trick - To make scented embossing powders... Mix 1 tsp. of Carpet Fresh with 4 Tablespoons of embossing powder. It blends well and is not noticed after being heated.



  • Valentine Molded Potpourri - Colored potpourri (without wood shavings), white glue, cooking spray, plastic heart mold. - Crush potpourri finely. Mix in white glue until potpourri is well coated. Spray mold with cooking spray. Fill with potpourri. Cover with plastic wrap and use your hand to pack tightly. Microwave 2 minutes. Cool completely and knock out of mold. Accent with flowers, ribbons, or lace.



  • Quilting Tip - Get large clean pizza boxes from your local pizza shop and store blocks of quilts you have in progress. This allows you to keep the large blocks in good shape with no folds in the material.



  • Care and Cleaning of Antiques - PEWTER- Dip #0000 Steel wool in olive oil and very gently scour off tarnish. Wash with mild soapsuds and hot water. Rinse until there's no more soap film and then buff with a soft cloth. Pewter will stay untarnished longer if kept in a glass case.

    CANDLE HOLDERS - To clean off wax, put the holder in the freezer for about an hour, long enough for the dipped on wax to freeze. Take out of the freezer and break or peel the wax off.

    Also freezing candles that drip before burning will stop dripping.

    WOOD FURNITURE - Restore dried out furniture by dapping petroleum jelly on a soft cloth and polishing the item. This will help feed and restore the dry wood. To remove water and other marks, rub peanut butter into the mark and leave it overnight. Next day, wipe off the peanut butter and the mark should be gone. You can also use, butter, mayonnaise or petroleum jelly. To help prevent water marks, apply floor wax and quickly rub it in. To prevent scratches, attach felt to the bottoms of all knick-knacks.



  • Decorating with Quilts - Drape over a deacon's bench, wooden pew or chair * Fold and stack on footstools * Fold across the bottom of your bed * Hang on the wall * Drape over the sofa * Place folded quilts in a large basket and put by the fireplace, bed, or sofa * Drape over the stair way landing or balcony



 
 
 
 
 

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