Fayerweather House (1820) 



      1859 Mooresfield Road (RI-138)

         Kingston, Rhode Island   MAP

TELEPHONE (401)789-9072

HOURS Tuesday-Saturday 10-6 and,

beginning November 4, Sunday 1-4

MAIL TO Box 222, Wakefield RI 02880

EMAIL info@fayerweathercraftguild.com

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The Fayerweather Craft Guild is dedicated to preserving old crafts and promoting new ones. We're now open for our 48th season of craft demonstrations and hands-on workshops. Learn a skill from scratch or bring in your own
project and get the advice of an
expert. New this year is Fair Weather Crafters Circle, an informal monthly get-together for crafters to work on their projects, share information and inspire one another.

In our historic cottage, you'll find an ever-changing array of decorative and useful items created by our artisan members and available for purchase at modest prices (most under $20). There's something for everyone on your gift list, including pets!      

Our 2013 calendar of demonstrations, workshops and special events is here. Demonstratio
ns are free, while workshops require a small materials fee (cash or check only), payable to the instructor. Invite a friend, or make it a parent-teenager outing! Since workshop space is limited, reservations are requested, either in person at Fayerweather House, by telephone to 401-789-9072, or by email to workshop@fayerweathercraftguild.com.


  Left above: Kumihimo Keychains by Kathe Fogleman

  Right: Driftwood Santa by Jeannette Costa

Raggedy Anns and Andys, doll clothes,

baby sweaters and blankets.

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Wooden toys, whirligigs,

beeswax candles and beach plum jelly.

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  Placemats, painted glass,

cribbage boards and cross-stitched pillows.

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  Neckties, knick-knacks

and stained-glass window ornaments.

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Tea towels, table runners, purses, potholders,

wreaths, recipe books and one-of-a-kind jewelry.

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These are just some of the treasures we offer.

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(Did we mention bat houses?)

  Above: Collectible Critter by Rick Devin

Left: Hooked & embellished satchel (detail) by Dolores Bannister

VISIT US  The Fayerweather Craft Center is open to the public from May to late December. Hours are 10-4 Tuesday through Saturday and, beginning November 4, 1-4 Sunday. Check back for news about extended pre-holiday hours. 

Please note that our building is not fully accessible and cannot be altered. See, for example, steps at the entrance in photo at right.

Only cash and checks (no credit cards) are accepted for gift shop purchases and workshop fees.

DIRECTIONS  We're on RI-138 just east of the stop light at the junction with RI-108 South. The University of Rhode Island is nearby. Here's a Google map. A narrow driveway along the west (left) side of Fayerweather House leads to the parking lot and the entrance (pictured at right).

The Fayerweather Craft Guild is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization (EIN 05-0318756), staffed entirely by volunteers. We appreciate donations in any amount, which are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.

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LAST UPDATED October 18, 2012

 © 2012 Fayerweather Craft Guild except finished craft items, which are © their respective creators. All rights reserved.       Web site: Nancy Doctor