Family heirlooms passed down through the generations hold special meaning for each generation lucky enough to have it and cherish it. Yet, it’s not often that a family heirloom is lost and found again more than 35 years after it was sold at an auction.
Michelle and Jon Farris are the owners of FarrAway Creations and that is exactly the start that led to a business that features hand-woven rugs just like grandma used to make. And that was just the beginning.
Michelle and Jon will have a booth at our upcoming KELOLAND Living Arts & Crafts Show. It will be the perfect time to see their creations in person or order a personalized sign in time for the holidays or an upcoming birthday. Until then, you can reach out to them through their website farrawaycreations.com.
The KELOLAND Living Arts And Crafts Shows will be held on Saturday, October 16th from nine to five and on Sunday, October 17th from 10 until four at the Ramkota Exhibit Hall in Sioux Falls. Mark your calendars for all the good fun and great shopping now.
And if you’re a crafter or artist with a product to sell and would be interested in having a booth of your own at our event. Contact us simply by emailing events at keloland.com.