Crowds in the Goodson Recreation Center gym exercised their creative eye as a slew of local artisans put their work on display for the annual Arts and Crafts Fair on Dec. 1. Carol and Charlie Stepp, …
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Crowds in the Goodson Recreation Center gym exercised their creative eye as a slew of local artisans put their work on display for the annual Arts and Crafts Fair on Dec. 1.
Carol and Charlie Stepp, a married couple from Littleton, ran a table stocked with colorful casserole carriers — all handmade, all reversable, Carol Stepp said.
“I named them all — they're my children,” said Stepp, 61, whose husband does the fabric cutting to go with her sewing.
“I have a partner in crime,” she said. The Stepps' business is called Creative Dragonfly.
A few steps away, Makena Slater, also from Littleton, had an assortment of quilts on display and calls her business Just Sew Life.
“I ran out of people to give (my quilts) to, friends and family, so I thought I'd get them out to more people,” Slater, 30, said.
Slater, who has made quilts for about two years, made her first appearance at the Goodson fair.
“I'm pretty happy with the day,” she said.
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