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Handmade colonial Windsor chairs made using traditional hand tools and techniques of the late 1700s. No power tools, nails or screws are used. Visitors are welcome to watch the process of crafting these beautiful chairs.
Unique goldsmith gallery specializing in jewelry designed and crafted on-site, by Jewelers of America Certified Master Bench Jeweler, Randall Hurt.
One of only 128 Certified Master Jewelers in the country, he uses his 40+ years of experience to make wearable art, right in downtown Hannibal.
Ayers Pottery is recognized for its form and intense color-rich glazes. Steve Ayers has been a professional potter for more than 30 years, always making pottery with the customer in mind. His pottery is beautiful and functional: handles feel comfortable; spouts pour evenly; the pottery is microwaveable, oven and dishwasher safe. All of our pottery is lead free and food safe. Visit our studio and watch us make pottery. Browse the showroom and then take home a true Hannibal souvenir. If there’s time, we’ll show you around the shop.
Edwards Mill is a working grist mill powered by a 12-foot water wheel. Although the mill was built in 1973, it was constructed using timber harvested from older Missouri mills. Students from College of the Ozarks grind whole-grain meal and flour, which may be purchased on site. The Mill's houses a weaving studio, where students design and produce rugs, shawls and placemats on traditional looms and hand weave baskets; all are available for purchase. The basement holds an exhibit of antique milling equipment.
Fabrics and Friends is a working quilt shop, locally owned at the Lake of the Ozarks. The owners, Rita and Laura, actively piece quilts, give lessons, and lead quilting groups all throughout the year. The shop contains many examples of their work, both classic and traditional, and modern and fun. They have a large selection of grade one fabrics from popular manufacturers to use in your quilting project, and a very large selection of patterns. There is always a new class coming up whether it is a new technique, a new tool, the latest jacket or bag or classic piecing. Beginners are always welcome and a new beginners class is always just around the corner. They answer your questions and demonstrate the most recent ruler that will make your quilting life easier - and more fun.
Glass Moose Gallery & Gift Shop features artwork created by owners Les and Sandy Burnett, including, among other styles: stained glass; lamp-working; beads; jewelry, wood; and metal art.
The retail gallery displays creations for purchase. New items are created daily. Specialty items may be commissioned. They offer a selection of beads and beading supplies for the do-it-yourselfers.
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This gallery workshop, located in a pie-shaped building, features the red clay pie plates of Tom Hess and the pine needle baskets of Lory Brown. One mile north of Reeds Spring.
Quilts are made on-site and we host quilt-making classes at our downtown Hannibal location, which is located across the street from the Mark Twain Boyhood home and occupies three pre-Civil War buildings. Groups are welcome; we have 4,000 bolts from which to choose.
Working artist Bill Merritt creates fun and functional garden art using copper in various forms with repurposed glass. See how bottles, vases, dishes and more are transformed into decorative and fully functional garden art.
Specializing in hummingbird feeders, Bill will gladly answer all your questions about hummingbirds in general and the Ruby-throated species in particular, which resides in abundance in Missouri from April until October. Call or email for appointment outside the stated open hours. Visit www.ozarklake.net to view examples of work.
Unique, custom built outdoor furniture and decor made with western red cedar and cypress. All items are made to order. Pieces are cut at the farm, and then assembled at J-J Market Place. You are welcome to watch us build furniture.
Springfield Hot Glass Studio is a working glassmaking center featuring glassblowing and torch-working demonstrations, classes and a gallery of original glass art for sale.
Handcrafted Missouri willow furniture made using modern construction and finishing techniques while retaining an age-old charm; each piece is a unique work of art that will last a lifetime. Fiber art and artist-made leather bags; an artist is always on-site to explain techniques.
Build your own rustic furniture at a weekend workshop. Class size is limited, so register early. Call or email for more information.
We make the tradition of working in glass available for all by offering classes in glassblowing, fused kiln-formed glass and bead-making with torch and glass rods.
Visitors are welcome to stop by any time during working hours to watch glass artists blow glass or to browse our gallery, which features glass gift items created by Third Degree artists. Please call ahead to confirm the glassblowing schedule. Or treat your group to a private glassblowing demonstration or a behind the scenes tour of our studios; call for reservations and costs.
To help raise awareness of glass art, Third Degree holds a free family-friendly open house with glassblowing, live music and art openings the third Friday of each month, 6 p.m.-10 p.m.
Members of the Blacksmith Association of Missouri demonstrate the blacksmith's craft. Hand forged items are for sale, and custom work can be commissioned. Bring the kids for an exhibition they won't forget. The blacksmith shop is one block south of the courthouse.
Hand-blown glass art pieces and beautiful stained glass pieces catch your eye from the outside of the store. We have a selection of stained glass supplies and custom stained glass windows. We offer 18 flavors of fudge; woodwick candles; tree-free greeting cards; and teas.
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