Photo: Hands-crafted goods |

Photo: Hands-crafted goods

The hands of Sam Silvius are constantly busy while she sells her farm-fresh produce at the Farmers Market on Grand Avenue in Glenwood Springs every Saturday. In addition to squash, potatoes, honey and cucumbers, Sam sells her crocheted kitchen towels and sometimes she gives crochet lessons to her customers.

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