While tickets to the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Museum’s Pasta Premiere have already sold out, attendees for this year’s event can look forward to some fabulous auction items.

And, those who missed out on this year’s event will get a glimpse of the caliber of items available for future auctions.

Included in the many items to be auctioned is a working hand-built guitar constructed of exotic wood, made by Bobby Hamilton, a crocheted Suri alpaca shawl, a handcrafted tool box by Bob Stidfole of the museum board, and a framed vintage poster, also provided by Stidfole.

The star shawl made of Suri alpaca was handspun and crocheted by Kim Caulfield of Chasing Rainbows Dyeworks. Suri alpaca is an ancient, rare breed that grows long, curly, shiny locks of hair.

The 1937 framed Backyard Boxing poster is reminiscent of the boxing that was held decades ago in Fayetteville in an area behind Regions Bank. Two tickets to a boxing match are also included with the matted frame.