If you are looking for that handmade gift for that special someone during the holidays, your shopping needs can be met right here in Winlock. The Winlock Village Gift Shop is made up of local crafters who offer homemade items for your friends and family.
They offer crocheted and knitted items. jewelry, aprons pot holders, kitchen towels, home decor, preserves and pickles, horseshoe yard art, glass home decor, children's clothing, purses, neck pillows, animal planters, birdhouses, woodworking, homemade cards, quilts, and blankets..
The individuals who make these items are also in the shop, they are here to help you find what it is you need. If you don't see what you want, you can ask to see if one of them can make it for you. They are here for you, the community.
You can find cards, gift tags along with preserves and pickles by Bonita Aadland. She also sold at the Saturday Market. You will find knitted items by Diane Rupp, handmade jewelry by Cheryl Fenton, aprons and blankets by Joselyn Petrie, home decor by Nancy Borts, neck pillows by Sharon Banta, crocheted items by Becky Trottman, Birdhouses by Mke Carignan, Children's clothing by Miriam Kennedy, Horseshoe Yard Art by Larry Enquist, potholders and hand towels by Phyllis Bujnowski and plaques and gords by Linda Allison.
"Come in and check out our large array of gifts for the holiday season," said Aadland. "We also have free coffee and treats while you take time to look around. We enjoy meeting new people, please come in and take a look around."
If you haven't been in yet, take a peek around. Many have come in for the preserves, selling out of the strawberry rhubarb at one time.
The Winlock Village Gift Shop offers gifts for all ages, stop in today for a homemade gift made with love.