Jingle down to Eddy’s to get your fuzzle fuzz and panpoonas!

Posted in More Stories, Spotlight, Visual Art

Whidbey Life Magazine editor
Nov. 26, 2013

Dr. Seuss was right about the season. There’s bingle balls to buy, and whofoo fluff to hang. You must get those googoo gums and panpoonas, trim up your tree with fuzzle fuzz and fliffer bloofs and wuzzle wuzz!

It’s jingle bell time, folks, the perfect time to pop down to Main Street in Freeland for some rockin’ good holiday shopping at Eddy’s Repurposed Holiday Gift Show, open seven days a week until Christmas Eve.

Here’s a sampling of the locally-crafted bamboobles and bobbles and fantastic panpoonas to be found down at Eddy’s. Don’t miss it!

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In the shed outside at Eddy’s Repurposed Holiday Gift Show, get a freshly-made wreath or swag by the “garland girls” of Art of Soil. This one comes with a canoe!

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The “garland girls” are busy creating all styles of wreaths.

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Eddy’s popped up in the space previously occupied by Roaming Radish fine catered foods, which is now at the Holmes Harbor Golf Club off Honeymoon Bay Road in Freeland.

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Eddy’s organizer and artisan Peggy Juve sells local artist Sharon Spencer some fresh doggie treats.

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Peggy Juve Designs offers a variety of organic textile goods with printed art, including these everything bags featuring Whidbey Island taglines.

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Find globe lamps and handblown glass sea stars, picture frames and ornaments at Eddy’s, all made locally by Whidbey Island and Northwest artists.

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Plenty of finds for gift-giving are at Eddy’s through Dec. 24.

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Peggy Juve Designs shows scarves and women’s wearable art.

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Interesting holiday bobbles abound, including this antique style ornament by Ann Galloway.

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Get your holiday bobbles and bamboobles!

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More from Peggy Juve Designs; these are organic tea-towels with funky prints.

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Dancing Turkey Textiles’ doula wraps made by India Rassner Donovan are soft and elegant.

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The doula wraps come in many colors.

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Barbara MacCallum’s funky bracelets made with scrabble pieces, clock faces and other bobbles are just right for the artsy fashionista.

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Meredith MacLeod’s Stubborn Twig Design journals, singer Joni Takanikos’ CDs and painted leather purses and wallets by Kaitlin MacNamara’s Moxie and Oliver leather designs are all on hand at Eddy’s.

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Adorable and affordable handmade clothes for children are made by local artist Wendy Beagle for her Dragonfly Diva line.

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Find warm and fuzzy socks and gloves in bright colors.

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IronPeace signs are also available from Jim Bernacki Welding Company.

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Northwest potter Ted Juve makes his unique pots and vases at his Olaf Pottery studio.

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The Glass Eye Studio in Seattle donates all sales of these handblown glass ornaments to Island Shakespeare Festival of Langley.

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Juve’s ubiquitous hats are made with printed fabric; here she decorates with real letters written long ago and an antique stamp, all of which she digitally printed onto fabrics.

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More sweet colorful designs for children by Dragonfly Diva.

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Artist Robbie Cribbs makes these whimsical wire sculptures.

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Eddy’s Repurposed is all alight and ready for shoppers!

Eddy’s Repurposed Holiday Gift Show is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Tuesday, Dec. 24 at 1594 Main St. in the cottage across the street from Payless Shopping Center.

Check out this YouTube video of Eddy’s Repurposed Holiday Gift Show by Sound Trap Studios media artist, Robbie Cribbs.

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