craft exhibitions for holiday gifts
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Designed fabrics, glass, toys and handmade books are one of the products of various craft exhibitions and sales in New York City, Westchester County and Connecticut State.
220 East 23 Street 212, thrift stores the second times annual holiday sales ,-685-2170.
The annual handmade sale family planning in New York City will provide soft sculpture dolls signed by artists, handmade jewelry, decorative and functional pottery, wooden cases and clocks.
Sales ended on Saturday.
These benefits will benefit family planning projects. Hours: 10 A. M. to 5:45 P. M.
ChristmasSale fabric workshop, 205 mulberry Berry Street, 212-219-0214.
The fabric design of architect Robert wenzhry, the stuffed animals of Will Stoke and the weekend pack of Nancy Graves are one of the items available for annual Christmas sales starting on Sunday.
The event runs through December. 18.
Gain from sales and benefit this non-profit workshop.
Hours: 2 to 6 p. M.
AdvertisementHoliday Open House, 626 Broadway Book Art Center (
Between Brickell Street and Houston Street)
212-5 th floor460-9768.
From 1 to 6 on SundayM.
The center\'s artists will showcase techniques such as traditional and contemporary hand binding, live printing, calligraphy, marble patterns and woodcuts.
There will also be a variety of handmade books, Christmas cards, bookshelves and children\'s books for sale.
Tickets: $1 per adult, 25 cents for children.
Artist invited artist, Workshop on experimental glass, 142 sang mulberry Street, 212 New York ,-966-1808.
Exhibitions and sales are glass items donated and created by artists and friends of glass studios for the benefit of this non-profit organization Project.
Performances and sales start from 6 to 8 on Saturday. M.
It will run through January. 5. Hours: 11 A. M. to 6 P. M.
Tuesday to Friday; 1 to 6 P. M. , Saturday.
113-Christmas fair at Don Potter Hall, 212 Mercer Street226-8265.
Hundreds of functional, decorative and sculptural works are on display and sold at this annual event.
The exhibition shows the works of seven artists working in clay.
Sales ended on December. 30.
Time: from noon to 5M. , daily.
Christmas sale clay Limited
143-20 Street 212242-9272.
Starting at noon on Saturday, advertising decorative art patterns on carved pottery and porcelain vases, functional and decorative ceramics, and traditional Japanese pottery are on sale.
Sales will continue until December. 23.
Time: 7 noon to nightM. daily.
Family cooking plus holiday Open Day, 449 Latan Road, Brooklyn, 718-756-1999.
Handmade ceramic signs, decorative and functional pottery, quilts, Christmas decorations and wooden toys are one of the items on the 18 th
Century farmhouse, an artist cooperative in the Crown Heights area of Brooklyn.
The artists will show how many of these items are made.
The house is open from noon to 6 in the evening. M.
Daily until December. 24.
Holiday gift sale, sleeping Hollow Restoration, 150 White Plains Road, Tarrytown, N. Y. , 914-631-8200.
From five o\'clock P. M. to 9 today. M.
In the shops of the museum, the Philipsburg Manor in North Tarry town and the van coterante Manor in Croton will sell historic holiday giftson-Hudson.
Featured items include pewter coffee maker, candle holder, mug and Christmas tree decorations in wood and brass.
There will be items to choose from, especially for children, such as sticky paper, potatoes, Historical Miniatures, dolls and other old items
Vintage toys for less than $5.
The rest of the evening date is December. 19 and 20.
Shops can be reached by Highway 9.
For more information, please call the above number.
203-Hartford Civic Center Christmas Arts & Crafts Fair Ann Street249-6333.
Tomorrow to Sunday will be the annual Craft Festival fair for 250 exhibitors.
The exhibition will include pottery, puppets, musical instruments, carvings and costumes.
During the exhibition, a special attraction will be the mime team and the connault choir. Admission: $3.
$50 per adult, $2.
50 people aged 65 and over.
Children under 14 years of age are free.
Time: 9 Noon to eveningM. Friday; 10 A. M. to 9 P. M. Saturday; 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sunday.
A version of this article appears on page C00003, national edition, December 13, 1984, with the title: Craft Exhibition for holiday gifts.