We're located in Poolesville, Maryland in Northwestern Montgomery County, Maryland at 19936 Fisher Avenue, in the heart of the town. The store is housed in what was known for many years as "Williams' General Store," an historic and quaint building with an ambiance and atmosphere which isn't found often today. To get to Crafts-A-Plenty:
FROM Washington, D.C. -
Take I-495 North towards Maryland. Take the I-270 exit (exit number 38) on the left towards "Rockville/Frederick." Take the Route 28 West exit (exit number 6B) towards Darnestown. Stay on Route 28 through Darnestown and until you arrive in Dawsonville. Take the slight left onto Whites Ferry Road/Route 107 towards Poolesville. Travel about five miles and you'll enter Poolesville. You'll see Crafts-A-Plenty on your left in town.
FROM Frederick, Maryland -
take I-270 South and exit at Route 109 (exit number 22) towards Barnesville. Follow Route 109 into Poolesville. Once in Poolesville, Crafts-A-Plenty will be on your left at the stop sign.
FROM Leesburg, Virginia -
take I-15 North towards Point of Rocks. Just outside of Leesburg, you'll see a sign on your right at Route 655 directing you to "White's Ferry" (turn right). Take White's Ferry across the Potomac River. On the Maryland side, drive straight on White's Ferry Road about five miles into Poolesville. Crafts-A-Plenty will be in town on your right side.
Crafts-A-Plenty has served Poolesville and surrounding communities since 1978 when it began as a shop selling macrame and ceramic products. It has grown over the years into a full-service crafts store complete with supplies for the “do-it-yourself” enthusiast, pre-made items for those who want it done for them, and even souvenirs with Poolesville, Maryland identifiers on cups, postcards, greeting cards and much more. Come by
today and see why we are Upper
Montgomery County, Maryland’s
favorite spot for crafts, creative
items and good conversation.
ABOUT REVA HOEWING
Reva Hoewing has lived in Poolesville since 1968 when she, her husband and five children settled in Boyds. Later after her kids were on their own, she opened Crafts-A-Plenty to live her dream of turning her creativity, teaching abilities, and love of people into a business of her own. Today, locals and tourists alike stop by the shop to buy some local items, and talk.