Hi y’all!  I bet you can’t wait to see all the wonderful handmade items and goodies at the craft fair!  Hopefully we can get some holiday shopping done and give some truly unique gifts this year.  Most of the vendors accept checks, some can take credit cards, and a few can accept payment via Venmo, PayPal, or Zelle.  They ALL accept CASH!!  So bring your loot bags and have fun shopping from 10:30-12, enjoy the meeting and get your lunch, and keep on shopping through 1:30 pm. 

Here is a little info about each of our vendors, what they make, their Table #, and a few sneak peek photos!

3. Joyce Munsch – I make Crocheted Afghans (baby and full size) made from hairpin lace.

4. Jan Bond – I have been in business making one-of-a-kind necklaces and bracelets for twenty years. I also make earrings with some repetition of best sellers.  I use sterling silver, gemstones, pearls, and fun beads.  Last year I decided it was time to officially close my business when we moved from Albuquerque to Georgetown in order to be closer to family. My remaining inventory is now available for sale at special prices. 

5-6. Gwen Sticklen – you will love my clever handmade decorations and upcycled gifts! 

7-8. Wendy De Voe – I’m a mom of 4, grandmother of 3. Grew up in Michigan, been in Texas for 6 years. I am a Norwex rep and I love crafting and cooking. I will be selling macrame products, hot cocoa bombs, decorated cut out cookies, and sourdough bread loaves. Also I will be selling my Norwex inventory at great discounts, as well as my Color Street inventory with my daughter, Jennifer.

9.  Linda Stiefler – I’ll have jewelry and baskets for purchase.

10. Linda Parmentier – come check out my handmade rope baskets, back by popular demand.

11. Needle Arts– to benefit Hope Totes, The Needle Arts interest group will have a raffle for 3 beautiful handmade quilts. They are all small to medium-sized and can be  used over the back of a couch or as a wall hanging. One has a Twelve Days of Christmas theme! Tickets are $2 or 3 for $5.

12-13. Judy Steele – Knitting has been my craft of choice for many years. I have Ponchos for every occasion, fingerless gloves, hats, lap blankets, and scarves. It is a great feeling to have someone enjoy wearing an item I made and looking sharp in it. Come find that perfect item for you.

14-15. Kris Caballero – I’m a stay at home mom with two boys aged 16 and 20.  I love to craft.  I will be selling sewn items, (quilted placemats, table runners, zippered pouches, wristlets, snap pouches with keychains, pumpkin decorations), crocheted items, (coasters, washcloths, potholders, pumpkin decorations), beaded items, (tree of life hanging decorations, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and tree ornaments).   I think that is about it!

16. Patty LaBarbara – Originally from Philadelphia, this is the second time I’m living in Texas.  When my husband retired in 2019, we moved here to be closer to our daughter, son in law and toddler grandson.  I love walking my dogs, and I  love taking care of my grandson.  I work part time at the YMCA and enjoy making jewelry! It’s my therapy. I make original, handmade boho style earrings and some necklaces. (Melissa Reyes will be sharing my table and selling bracelets. We recently discovered that one of the many things we have in common is the love of jewelry making.)

17. Alice Drake – I have a small number of 6″ x 6″ photos on tile background which will be on display and available for purchase. Stop by and say “Hi”.


One for all and all for one,
Can hardly wait for craft fair fun!

Melissa Reyes
Programs Director
New Neighbors of Greater Round Rock