Bough & Dough Shop Featured Artisans

The Shop will be open Tuesdays-Saturdays, November 16-December 9, 10 a.m-5 p.m. and special Sunday hours of noon-5 p.m. December 2 and 9! Browse the list below for a sneak peek at the artists and approximate display locations for their wares inside the Hexagon House.

BOUGH & DOUGH SHOP ARTISAN APPLICATION

Hexagon House Kitchen

Baked Treats, Canned Goods, Hot Drinks, and Condiments

Enjoy our fabulously expanded line of products under the "Dough" banner this year, including:

♦ Sweet baked treats by Homestead Farm at Fruit Hill Orchard
♦ Fruit preserves by Jackie Tobin
♦ Pickles by Hackwood Farm
♦ Condiments, syrup, and cake mixes by J & W Farm
♦ Lavender teas by Blooming Hill Lavender Farm and Gift Shop
♦ Wooden trivets and rolling pins by Lighthouse Woodworking

Many artisans will be providing samples of their food products for taste-testing before purchase this year, so you can shop with confidence! Our complimentary hot drink station with coffee and hot chocolate will also be located in the kitchen. We respectfully request the hot drinks and food samples remain in the kitchen to reduce accidental spills.

Hexagon House Dining Room

Pottery, Glass, and Baskets

The Henkel-Harris tables, sideboard, and armoire will display the functional and beautiful wares for the following artisans:

♦ Handwoven ribbed baskets and stoneware pottery by Brenda Fairweather, Hot Flash Pottery
♦ Fused and stained glass bowls, vases and art by Dawn and Jim Moore, Best in Glass Studio
♦ Wheel-thrown functional pottery by Lin Hausknecht, Klay House Pottery
♦ Handmade baskets, bells, and corn angels by Virginia Stultz and Jean Whetzel, Basket Cases

Hexagon House Parlor

Fine Arts and Crafts

Find a unique gift for yourself or someone you love in the PHW home base, which will be transformed into a showcase of artistic talents and media this holiday season. Here you will find:

♦ Handcrafts of the Shenandoah Valley by Jackie Tobin
♦ Candles by Homestead Farm at Fruit Hill Orchard
♦ Handpainted gourds and silk paintings by Nina Burke
♦ Fine art prints and notecards by Eugene B. Smith Gallery
♦ Beaded jewelry and ornaments by Beading by Marilynn J.
♦ Felted creations and yarn jewelry by Libba Pendleton
♦ Functional and decorative sewn products, Rosemary Tarrant
♦ Silk scarves and textile products by Norma Fredrickson of Fibergig
♦ Woven scarves and household item by Jeffrey Guenther, Pond's Edge Studio
♦ Small handmade journals by R&R Journals
♦ Poured acrylic coasters and abstract art by Shenandoah Acrylic Resin Art
♦ Notecards and cross stitch by TL Cards and Crafts
♦ Paper crafts and notecards by Lorraine Candell
♦ Fine art prints and notecards by David Sipp, Alley Gallery
♦ Books on local history by the Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society
♦ Small tables and other wooden products by Lighthouse Woodworking

Hexagon House Stair Hall

Bath and Body Products

If you are in need of soaps, body products, or lip balm, visit the displays near the staircase on the way to the public restroom at the Shop for products from:

Blooming Hill Lavender Farm and Gift Shop
Homestead Farm at Fruit Hill Orchard

Hexagon House Rear Porch

Wreaths, Bows, and Freshly-Cut Greenery

Our outdoor decor items will be located near or on the back porch. Fresh greenery is not expected to arrive until after Thanksgiving, but a selection of premade bows of various late fall and holiday ribbon will be available from opening day. J & W Farm will return with their wildly popular birdseed wreaths, and TL Cards and Crafts will add jute wreaths for additional fall decor.

Hexagon House Butler's Pantry and Foyer

Tickets and Checkout

When you've shopped to your heart's content, you can find a checkout and packing station in the butler's pantry. We expect to offer a second "ticket only" checkout or preorder pick-up in the foyer/front porch during the Holiday House Tour weekend or during heavy shopping times through the event. Be sure to browse the ornaments on the communal Christmas tree in the foyer, as well.