It was a great turnout for the Holiday Heap 2013. There were 61 crafts people displaying and sell their creations. I took a lot of picture with my phone but only a few turned out.
As you can see. It was very crowded at times.
If you are interest in fabric arts, like I am, you would like Seeing in Fabric. Jamie creates applique artwork out of up-cycled fabric. She has an old sewing machine that she sews with and she uses simple stitches to create the artwork. I tried to get a picture of her display, but it was a popular booth.
She sells her artwork on http://www.seeinginfabric.etsy.com. Check it out.
Juliet, The Broke Plate Pendant Company, makes custom jewelry out of broken dinnerware.
Check out ibreakplates.com.
Red Prairie Press prints custom clothing in Baltimore.
The Baltimore tee shirt is the greatest. The shirt displays all of the communities in Baltimore, from Hawkins Point to Cross Country. I thought it was very clever. Please check them out at http://www.redprairiepress.com.
It was a great time and the Charm City Craft Mafia has a show in the spring, let’s keep a look out for the date. www.charmcitymafia.com. Oh, I didn’t see the Godfather.