Woolgatherers’ Fall Sale Saturday

Handmade knits, woven scarves and blankets are available at the Woolgatherers’ Fall Sale Saturday.

Handmade knits, woven scarves and blankets, handspun yarns —just a few of the hundreds of items you’ll find at the Woolgatherers’ Fall Sale this Saturday at Fallen Alders Hall.

The guild has had a busy year, moving from their old location to a new meeting place in Fallen Alders Hall.

But before they could move, they painted their new studio, put down new flooring, put up shelves and moved much of the guild equipment to the new space.

The members were also busy weaving tea-towels, knitting caps, mittens and the always popular scarves in preparation for the major sale of the year.

The admission is $2, which includes tea and a chance at a door prize.

It happens Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Fallen Alders Hall, 3595 Royston Rd.

— Woolgatherers

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