BARNESVILLE -- Terri Cross has been making crafts since high school and has had a life-long love of antiques. She has now opened "The Craft Barn" near Barnesville. Terri had a shop on the river when she and her husband, Troy, lived in Clarington. The couple grew up on farms in Somerton and St. Mary's, W. Va.Terri and Troy purchased the farm off 147 at 61840 Russell Long Run Road last September. They previously operated a petting zoo and craft barn in Clarington. They brought with them family pets including Sugar Bear, a black bear and foxes, Lexi and Sly The animals have attracted many visitors.Terri says she like to take antiques and everyday items and repurpose them. "I make things people don't normally see everyday," she said.Some of the unique crafts and antiques include: homemade candles, tarts and soaps, wreaths, rag dolls, fall and Christmas decorations, Americana, lighted and un-lighted arrangements, bird houses, chairs, shelves, various antique tools and furniture and painted items.The couple has four children and six grandchildren.Terri's sister-in-law Dawn Barker has joined the Cross' to help staff the store.The Craft Barn is now closed on Mondays. Hours are Tuesday through Thursday, 4-8 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.For more information, call 484-0176.