Join us for three days of festivities celebrating all things handmade at the American Craft Show in Baltimore. Come shop craft like you’ve never seen before from more than 650 of the country’s top contemporary jewelry, clothing, furniture, and home décor artists.
The 3rd annual show returns to The Mart with more than 300 talented makers from across North America and thousands of original handmade gift options. Shop directly from the makers and enjoy a one-of-a-kind shopping experience with great food and entertainment.
Now in its 14th year, Crafty Bastards Arts & Crafts Fair is an exhibition and sale of handmade goods from independent artists presented by the Washington City Paper.
Crafty Bastards' annual fall festival will take place outdoors in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, November 11 and Sunday, November 12, 2017 at Nationals Park, 10 AM - 5 PM both days.
Tickets for the D.C. events are sold online in advance here. Join the Crafty Bastards email list at craftybastards.com and connect with us @craftybastards on your favorite social network to get festival updates.
One of the loveliest traditions of our gatherings is a most enchanting extravaganza known as the SQUAM ART FAIR! This one-night-only event brings together some of the most talented artisans working today.
Tucked off the road in an exquisite woodland setting filled with strings of twinkle lights and ice lanterns, the fair has a wide range of gorgeous art and handcrafted wares including pottery, jewelry, stationery, textiles (vintage fabrics, exquisite hand dyed yarns and other delicious materials for you to create your own masterpieces), photography and mixed-media art. Because the Squam Art Fair is open to all, it has become an annual tradition for people to travel up to the lake for a night of magic in the woods.
Everyone is welcome to walk the open studios at Salmon Falls Mill in Rollinsford, NH. Here is where you can see my studio among a variety of other artist and small businesses. I will have lots of items for sale including discounted seconds.
Saturday and Sunday 10AM-5PM
If you find yourself looking for something fun to do Thursday October 27th, stop by the studio of Hoist Away bags in Eliot, ME for shopping, live music, and snacking along with me and four other local artist.
Join me in my home town Thursday 10/27 at Hoist Away Bags along with Circle Stone Designs, Rocklen Designs, Funky Rock Designs, andSeapoint Chandlers for some shopping with live music🎶 by River Sisters, and of course snacking and drinking🍷. We will all be there from 4-8PM and would love to see you there too. Find us at 384 Harold Dow Hwy, Eliot, ME
South Boston Holiday Market is a unique holiday event hosted and curated by New England Open Markets, the creators of the popular South End Open Market and the 12th Annual SoWa Holiday Market.
We're kicking off our handmade holiday season with an amazing one-day event that brings together the best of New England under one roof in Boston's hip and trendy design district. Over 80 of the region's top indepedent artists, artisans, designers and food makers will be selling their unique handmade goods.
Calling all Bostonites! Mark your calendars in big bold permanent marker for Smudge Ink's Holiday Sip and Shop. Join us on Thursday, November 5 from 5pm to 9pm. Our studio is located at 50 Terminal Street in Charlestown. Directions here.
Get a head start on your holiday shopping for everyone on your list with some of our favorite local makers and artisans. The lineup includes:
Smudge Ink (obviously!). Letterpress and holiday greetings, gift wrap, gift tags, and calendars. Plus, great deals on discontinued cards and goods!
Elizabeth Benotti Handmade Ceramics. One-of-a-kind mugs, planters, trays and other porcelain wares handbuilt by Elizabeth in her New Hampshire studio.
Salt Cellar Shop. Wooden boards and natural salves, balms, and oils made in small batches by wife-and-husband team, Milisa and Thomas, on the Cape.
Wild Folk Studio. Beautiful arrangements, wreaths, and floral decor designed by Somerville artist Caroline using seasonal flowers sourced from local growers.
The Everyday Napkin. Bash Studio's stylish and reusable mix-and-match cloth napkins made from found designer fabrics. Sewn and hand finished in Boston.
Whitney Elizabeth. Textiles for the home and baby made from natural fibers and printed with Whitney’s original patterns and designs.
Ava's Caramel Popcorn. Caramel popcorn made from luscious caramel sauce, freshly roasted nuts, and fine chocolate. Made from scratch by Ava in Arlington.
You'll also enjoy an evening of live music by the Fine & Dandy Trio, DIY letterpress, calligraphy by Leveret & Hare, yummy food from Whole Foods Market Charlestown, and craft cider by Downeast Cider House. To top it off, we will be donating part of the proceeds to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Charlestown. We hope to see you there!
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