FACS has now expanded our space to include the corner store next to us. Painting has begun. The wall dividing the 2 units will come down Monday. The class room will be in pretty good shape by the end of the day Monday. Tuesday will be devoted to setting all the Art and Craft Supplies up in its new area and moving all the sports items to spread out across the back of the store. There will be many issues with arranging the new area so please be patient with us. We will start filling new vendor spots by the first of February, so first come – first served. We would love to have you join our creative team if you aren’t already with us.


Several new artists and crafters have added their creations to our expanding inventory beginning in spring, so here is a brief introduction to them.

Many of you know Terry Ashburn from his many activities here in Crossville. You may not realize that he is also a very talented photographer. We are so proud to add his local photography to our offerings. These lovely detailed photos are matted for you and ready to frame. Look here

Barb Yoakum has added some wonderful photography of her home and surrounding area here in East Tennessee. You should see her pictures of eagles. Her photos are in the form of art squares along with a gorgeous book. Look here

Bobbye Newberry brought in her paper crafted bags, boxes and small journals. However, the hottest item has been her Pet Rocks which can be uplifting and fun. Look here

If you have even walked by the store, you have probably noticed the wonderful wood crafted boxes, serving trays, cutting boards and funky bird houses. These beautiful pieces of art are hand-crafted by Mack Strickland. Look here

Another new addition is The Chalk Shack which is provided by Vicki Taylor. She has clever items to decorate your kitchen and bring a laugh or two from those who see them. Look here

Linda and Leon Embry have given us some charming Dogs, Cats, Bunnies and now Wreaths made of yarn. Be sure to check out the expressions on their animals. Look here

Paul & Jeannie Kerswill have added some interesting pieces made from acrylic and natural wood, some from East Tennessee Cedar. They offer hand made pens, fan pulls, bottle stoppers, and a few other tidbits. Look here

Johanna Wentworth of Misty Mountain Interiors has brought her talent for decorating and humor with her clever signs for the kitchen, laundry and baths. She has other decorative items for those areas as well. Look here

Nadine Farber has added some very interesting photos which are also matted and ready for you to frame. In her selection you will find a little of the extraordinary. Look here

Betty Woods has added many different scrunchie items to her needle work. These are all so very helpful in the kitchen and offer many other uses as well. Look here

Top of the Mountain was created by Dave and Connie Tyler for their exciting jewelry. While Dave takes copper and applies silver solder for a very unique look, Connie uses a very detailed torch to change the color of copper pieces creating painted copper. You must see them to appreciate them. Look here

Debby Rogas has added some new wood plaques with the sports enthusiast in mind. Come read the funny golf plaques! Look here

Our latest addition is Kris Foss who has brought some beautiful fall decor items perfect for Thanksgiving. But you must see her stockings for dogs (bones), cats (fish) and even some for humans. Look here

For Class Interest:

Be sure to check out our Class Schedule page to register and pre-pay for the classes which will begin after the first of the year. We will all need some play time by then. We continue to add new class content and instructors. If you would like a specific class, let us know, and we’ll do out best to find an instructor.