Irelynne Broaders paid close attention to Karen Boulton as she painted lovely designs on bottles as part of the Fogo Island Partridgeberry Harvest Festival Oct. 7. Boulton is from Washington State and after visiting the festival years ago has returned to enjoy the festivities.
Charlotte Stairs of Charlotte’s Wool showed three-year-old Eric Norman the process of spinning wool. Charlotte took part as an exhibitor during the Fogo Island Partridgeberry Harvest Festival over the Thanksgiving weekend.
Linda Smith of Bee-Wearables featured the intricate floral artwork she does by hand painting delicate jewellery items and pocket watches.
Cole Lewis had his hands full of pumpkin creations he enjoyed making in a craft station for the children at the Partridgeberry Harvest Festival.
Katie Keeping enjoyed the chance to have Julie Lewis of Sassy Tuna Studio draw her caricature.
One of the featured artists at the Partridgeberry Jam Session was Erin Cobb.
Carol Penton of Kissy Fishy Arts and Crafts in Joe Batt’s Arm attracted lots of attention with her unique creations.
Liz Keefe joined in the festive spirit of the Partridgeberry Harvest Festival.
Tapestry work created by Christopher Payne of Fogo. He is self-taught and has spent the last five years continually improving his skills.
Fogo Island East ACW members are busy making pillowcase dresses for young girls in places like Africa and Haiti and knit items such as socks for the homeless. Pictured are (from left) Joy Brett, Edna Hancock, Mary Brown, Priscilla Ford and Florence Nippard.