Christmastime at Fine Line artisan gift sale returns Dec. 2-7

  • Nancy Krahn's Christmas tree earrings and pendants are a popular gift item at the annual artisan sale "Christmastime at the Fine Line," which opens Dec. 2.

    Nancy Krahn's Christmas tree earrings and pendants are a popular gift item at the annual artisan sale "Christmastime at the Fine Line," which opens Dec. 2. Courtesy of Fine Line

 
 
Updated 11/26/2021 9:32 PM

Get your holiday shopping off to a great start by shopping at the Artisan Gift Sale at Fine Line.

Fine Line is home to a diverse community of highly skilled artists, reflected by the range of items at this sale. Here you will find lots of great gift ideas for everyone.

 

This year, the doors will open at 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 2.

Lucky shoppers will be dazzled by the many wonderful items on display. Everything in this show is handcrafted by local artists.

The annual "Christmastime at the Fine Line" sale on Dec. 2-7 also offers online shoppers to use curbside pickup or domestic shipping options.
The annual "Christmastime at the Fine Line" sale on Dec. 2-7 also offers online shoppers to use curbside pickup or domestic shipping options. - Courtesy of Fine Line

Items include ceramic mugs, teddy bears, jewelry, hats, coasters, ornaments, bowls, and much more.

Many new artists are taking part as well as returning artists, such as Nancy Krahn, whose Christmas tree earrings and pendants are always in demand.

At 9.30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 2, items from the Artisan Gift Sale will be available for online purchase.

Shoppers can browse and make purchases at any time between 9.30 p.m. Dec. 2 and 6 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 7.

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Online shoppers can take advantage of curbside pickup or domestic shipping options.

Anyone using curbside pickup will receive an email as soon as their purchase is ready for collection.

Although not all items will be available online, there will be a considerable selection to view and purchase for those patrons who prefer to shop from the comfort of their home.

In-person shopping will continue from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, and Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 6-7; and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5.

The Fine Line team hopes that the community will support this event by shopping local this holiday season.

The featured artists include: Kris Anderson, Valerie Anderson, Wendy Beck, Connie Blieszner, Matthew Brej, Christina Brilla, Daniel Caldwell, Monica Casey, Jennifer Chou, Karen Cluchey, Ron Diller, Sue Dix, Diane Drish, Barbara Dyche, Ruth Dykstra, Nancy Flory, Larry Freson, Robb Gries, Terri Jacobsen, Margaret Jaeger, Denise Karabowicz, Carol Kazwick, Dagmar Klos, Karen Kloubec, Nancy Krahn, Kathi Kuchler, Rhonda Lindberg, Danuta Loane, Lisa Lockhart, Amy Macek, Lynn McAdams, Mariana McCullough, Sherri McDermott, Mary Merges, Ellen Phillips, Marianne Picha, Barbara Powell, Nancy Quigley, Diane Raymond, Virginia Reisner, Michelle Rose, Georgia Schwender, Alan Shontz, Karyl Silerzio, Amy Simpson, Linn Sorge, Natalya Sots, Judith Walsbergy, Eileen Walsma, Jeff Walsma, and Heather Winslow.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

The Fine Line Creative Arts Center is located at 37W570 Bolcum Road, just west of Randall Road, in St. Charles.

For information, call (630) 584-9443 or visit www.fineline.org.

Follow www.facebook.com/finelinecreativeartscenter/, twitter.com/finelineart or www.instagram.com/finelinecreativeartscenter/.

For over four decades, the Fine Line Creative Arts Center in St. Charles has been supporting artists and the larger community through instruction, exploration and exhibition of traditional and innovative arts and crafts, its mission enriched by a natural and inspirational setting.

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