•  

    TMG Logo

    SHOWS * EVENTS * SEMINARS AT SEA

     

  • TO REQUEST AN APPLICATION FOR ANY OF OUR MARKETS CLICK HERE

     

  • SADLY, DUE TO COVID-19, THE CITY OF DRIPPING SPRINGS WAS FORCED TO CLOSE THE RANCH PARK AND THE WILDFLOWER SPRING MARKET HAD TO BE CANCELED. WE WERE UNABLE TO SECURE ANOTHER DATE IN THE NEAR FUTURE FOR A RESCHEDULE FOR THE EVENT, SO WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO NEXT YEAR. PLEASE VISIT OUR VENDORS AND MAKE PURCHASES AS YOU NEED. THIS IS A DIFFICULT TIME FOR US ALL, BUT HOLIDAYS, ANNIVERSARIES, BIRTHDAYS AND MANY OTHER OCCASIONS STILL COME UP WHERE GIFTS ARE NEEDED. PLEASE CONSIDER OUR VENDORS FOR THOSE NEEDS. MOST OF THEM SHIP AND WOULD BE MOST THANKFUL FOR THE BUSINESS. BE SURE TO WATCH FOR SPECIAL EVENTS DURING THIS TIME THAT WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE.

    GOD BLESS YOU ALL, STAY SAFE AND WE'LL SEE YOU SOON! 

    TEXAS MARKET GUIDE

  • *****************************************************************

    VIRTUAL SHOW MARCH 28, 2020

    CLICK ON THE VIDEO BELOW FOR

    OUR FIRST VIRTUAL SHOW FEATURING:

    CLEGG CRAFT    BILL CLEGG         

    PREMIER DESIGNS    STARR DUPRE

    CAROL CRAIG STITCHERY     CAROL CRAIG

    ESTILO JAZZY   JAZMIN OLIVAREZ

    FRIENDSHIP'S GARDEN   NANCY SHELTON

    ************************************************************

     

  • VIRTUAL SHOW MARCH 28,2020
  • COUNTRY CROSSES

    • Home Decor
    • Texas Handcrafted
    • Gifts
    • Wood
    243 s. Showhorse Dr.
    Liberty Hill, TX 78642
    (512) 415-1674
    (512) 778-5214 (fax)
    Hours:
    We are always here call us any time.

    About Us

    We started woodworking as a hobby after Patsy retired in 1993. We began making seasonal items that I (Wayne) cut out on the scroll saw. After 6 or 7 years with limited success, Patsy decided she read more
    • About

      We started woodworking as a hobby after Patsy retired in 1993. We began making seasonal items that I (Wayne) cut out on the scroll saw. After 6 or 7 years with limited success, Patsy decided she would like to try her hand at using the scroll saw. She started cutting crosses. She was a natural and much better than I ever was on the scroll saw. We made about 20 crosses and took them to a show along with our painted items. The crosses sold almost immediately and the rest, as they say, is history.

      Patsy cuts all the crosses and plaques individually by hand on a scroll saw They are then sanded, stained and hand finished to perfection.
      We take great pride in producing a handmade product that should give you many years of enjoyment.

      Patsy and Wayne are the crafters. Nothing is mass produced.

    • Media

    • Whom to Contact