Check out the 5th Annual Fruit Market, a Queer Zine, Art and Crafts Festival happening this Saturday in the 519 Community Centre Auditorium. Tables are $10 for the day. Email fruitmarket2007AThotmail.com to reserve a table, or show up & buy stuff.
All proceeds to go to the 519!
$5 cover Featuring performances by Ryan Hinds Jamieson Eakin Yehuda Fisher!
Read ahead for a selection of springy crafty/fashion workshops taking place @ nathalie-roze & co. and visit the website for the full scope of great-looking classes happening this month & beyond.
Easy Embroidery Saturday May 5th, 10am to 1pm
Learn how to do chain-stitch embroidery and use this technique to 'draw' an image on silk with embroidery floss, to be used as a pillow or tote bag panel, applique, quilt square, or whatever you like. Examples will be shown. Bring your own pattern to embroider or purchase a bird or flower pattern from the instructor. Participants may bring their own silk embroidery thread/floss, transfer paper, patterns, fabric, needles and hoops, etc. (available at most sewing/craft shops and some thrift stores) OR purchase items from the instructor for $5 -15. $45+GST, including gourmet tea & a baked goodies served during the break. Instructor: accessories designer Suzanne Wall
Organic SOAP-MAKING Sunday May 6th, 9:30am to 12:30am OR Sat. May 26th, 9:30am to 12:30am
In this hands-on session, learn how to make a batch of organic soap, using the cold press method. Learn all about making your own natural, moisturizing soap - then, choose your own scents (essential oils) and exfoliants to make a fresh batch customized to your personal preferences. All ingredients are 100% natural and fair-trade. Participants will leave with several bars to enjoy at home or to give as gifts. Note: participants should dress casually. $45+GST, including gourmet tea & baked goodies served during the break. Instructor: Amanda Montgomery, owner of simply. soap company www.simplybyamanda.com Basic Hand-Mending: Buttons & Repairs Tuesday May 22, 6pm to 9pm
If you've forgotten or never learned how to sew on a button, stitch up a drooping hem or mend a torn garment, then this beginner hand-sewing class is for you. Why retire damaged clothes or get over-charged for basic repairs at the drycleaners, when you can learn how to easily remedy rips, tears and holes yourself? It's a no-brainer, once you have the basic techniques down. Participants are encouraged to bring along their hole-y sock, snagged sweaters, rogue buttons, ripped jeans or whatever garments need mending to practice on. $45 + GST, including all supplies (needles & thread), plus gourmet tea & baked goodies served during the break. Instructor: Julie Sinden, textile artist & accessories designer (Jules & Annie)
Japanese Shibori and Indigo Dyeing Sunday June 3rd, 10am to 1pm
Shibori is an ancient Japanese method of stitch resist surface design. Participants will learn the basics of this technique, which can result in beautiful and intricate patterns, using little more than a needle and thread. In the Japanese tradition, stitched natural fibre fabric shibori projects will dyed in indigo , the only natural dyestuff that produces a true and clear blue. Participants will learn how to create and use the most basic type of indigo vat (dye bath), and will have the option of making a set of napkins, yardage to be used in future projects or a simple tote bag. $60 + GST, including all materials as well as gourmet tea & baked goodies served during the break Instructor: Julie Sinden, textile artist & accessories designer (Jules & Annie)
All workshops - unless otherwise indicated - are $45 to $60 each and typically include basic materials as well as gourmet tea & baked goodies served during the break.
Register by phone with a credit card at: 416-792-1699 OR in-person using debit, cash or credit (M/C or Visa only). QUESTIONS: infoATnathalie-roze.com
NOTE: workshops are intentionally delivered to small groups (just 3 to 6 participants each) & fill up quickly, so don't snooze on it!
SORRY - spaces cannot be reserved without payment.
WHERE: at the studio (in the back of the shop) at nathalie-roze & co.1015 Queen St. East (at Pape) in Leslieville TTC: Closest subway stop: Pape (take the bus S. to Queen) - also easily accessible via any Eastbound Queen St. 501 streetcar...parking is free after 6pm and all day on Sundays!
TCA, Thought I would pass along this invitation to you and everyone. Myself and a bunch of other artists are participating in a collective show and sale at The Gladstone this Saturday and Sunday. Please feel free to pass along this invite to friends and TCA people.
Received a note from Hillary Webb regarding the inaugural exhibition of the Domestic Collective, a group of 6 talented craft based artists (check out that lineup!!). The show will open at the Ontario Craft Council on May 3rd and will run until June 3rd.
Where: Ontario Craft Council, 990 Queen St. W. (just East of Ossington) Hours at the OCC: Monday-Saturday 11am - 5pm, Sunday 12 - 5pm 416-925-4222
The Community Outreach Coordinator at Hot Docs has outreached to us here in the Toronto craft community to let us know about two films in the 2007 lineup that may appeal to knitters and hand crafters – one film about a village that sustains itself by handknitting socks (co-presented with the Textile Museum of Canada) and another about one man’s search for hand crafted teas that support sustainable living. (See below for more detailed descriptions). Some notes on the fest: Hot Docs is the largest documentary film festival in North America and takes place from April 19-29, 2007 at theatres in the Annex and Bloor/Yorkville neighbourhoods. Students and seniors get in for FREE at Hot Docs screenings before 6:00 pm, and Pay-what-you-can admittance is in effect for the general public for screenings after 11:00 pm throughout the festival. All theatres are wheelchair accessible (please note the lavatories at the Bloor Cinema are not accessible).
All In This Tea D: Les Blank, Gina Leibrecht 70 MIN USA A guided tour through the wondrous world of tea, the latest film from distinguished documentarian Les Blank and Gina Leibrecht follows American tea importer David Lee Hoffman to some of the most remote regions of China in search of the world's finest teas.
A passionate supporter of sustainable, environmentally sound practices, Hoffman is a champion of the independent tea farmers who adhere to ancient, handcrafted methods. Explaining the delicate balance between art and science in tea leaf cultivation, Hoffman strives to bring China's teas to the world market, but is frustrated by the business politics of giant tea factories. Nevertheless, he revels in the medicinal, meditative and transformative power of tea, not to mention its tangible connection to the earth and its timeless relationship to previous generations.
Blank's longtime friend, fellow filmmaker and tea lover Werner Herzog, appears at one point savouring a special cup of tea that tastes "like a forest, leaves on the ground, it has just rained, the rain has stopped, it's damp, and you're taking a walk. And somehow that's all in this tea."
Isabel Bader Theatre, April 24 @ NOON (free for students and seniors)TODAY!!
Village of Socks D: Ileana Stǎnculescu, Klaudia Begic 78 MIN Romania, Germany Made with great care, this award-winning observational doc captures the charm and allure of a community of workers practicing a centuries-old tradition while living on the edge of the European Union behemoth. In the beautiful Transylvanian village of Viscri/Deutschweisskirch, the townspeople gather each morning for "sock hour" where they wrangle over the shapes and stitches of the knitted socks they will export across the continent.
Everyone in town seems to be associated with the "sock project." Established by a German musician who lives in the town, it now offers economic freedom to hundreds of women who sit in the town square, gossiping about their ne'er-do-well husbands, and helping to export tens of thousands of socks each year. Presented with short film RENDEZ-VOUS. Co-presented with the Textile Museum of Canada.
Al Green, April 25 @ 7:00 PM ROM Theatre, April 28 @ 3:00 PM (free for students and seniors)
As for now, I've got the Bind and Blab, Letterpress printing, and 2 Papermaking workshops for you to check out (see below for info.).
Oh! and don't forget that the annual Wayzgoose Book Arts Fair is happening on April 28th in Grimsby!
Hope to see some of you!
Bind and Blab Thursday April 26 from . This happens every last Thursday of the month!
Bring your projects, supplies, knowledge, wit and enthusiasm.
There will be communal pot of PVA and tea on the go for everyone! Please bring a cup with you for tea!
Call me at 416-214-1882 to reserve a spot at the tables!
FREE! This is not a formal workshop.
Letterpress Printing Workshop Sat. May 12 from and Sun. May 13 from .
Learn the basics of printing in relief on a flatbed press with Akemi Nishidera at her studio. The Vandercook press is one of the most popular presses for letterpress printers and the little Showcard is perfect for small editions. Classes will cover chase set up, printing, care of a press, block set up and paper choices.
Printing will be done from a combination of wood type, metal type, linoleum, cuts and engravings.
Two day workshop
Fee $ 150.00 supplies included.
Papermaking Dabble Day Sat. May 26 from
In this one day workshop participants will learn about the papermaking process and spend the day with their sleeves rolled up and dabbling in paper pulp.
Hands on time will be focused on sheet forming and individual 2 dimensional creations!
Because of time constraints, pulps will already be made for participants to have fun with and pick up of dried papers will happen at a later date.
$ 95.00 all materials included.
Papermaking Int. June 2, 3, 9, 10 from all four days.
Come and try your hand at papermaking!
We will be making rag paper (yes, the good paper) by recycling cotton and linen from cloth, just like they did in the olden days!
Participants will have a hands on learning experience from the beginning to the end of the papermaking process.
Prepararion of fibres for pulping, beating (in the beater!), preparing the vats, sheet forming, inclusions, embellishment, layering and drying will all be covered in this four day workshop.
Create gorgeous textural wall pieces and/or make sheets of paper that are uniquely yours for notecards, scrapbooks or anything else you can think of!
---------------------------------- 23. She Said Boom! Window Space - Heather Saunders ---------------------------------------------------------------- Heather Saunders It's a Girl!
May 1st-31st, 2007 She Said Boom! Window Space 372 College Street Toronto
Caught in a state of flux, abstractions of cocoons are both breaking free and being further bound by layers of stitching and layers of fabric. They are made from girls' baby clothes, women's lingerie, and hybrids of the two, in an attempt to emphasize their shared signifiers, such as colour, sensual fabrics and floral imagery. The newest additions to the series incorporate girls' baby clothes that contain text, as an exploration of the messages of socialization imposed, ironically, on a preliterate group.
Heather Saunders has a Bachelor of Arts in Art and Art History from SheridanCollege and the University of Toronto. At the University of Toronto, she is completing a Masters in Library and Information Studies and will be starting a Masters in History of Art this fall. She is a former director of White Water Gallery (North Bay, Ontario) and the current publisher of FUSE magazine. (Toronto, Ontario).
---------------------------------- 29. Call For Submissions: Moustache Drawings ---------------------------------------------------------------- There's a party on my upper lip and everybody's invited!?
A moustache is facial hair on the upper lip, grown below and/or from inside the nose. It exists in many shapes, styles and sizes. Fu Manchu, Handlebar, Walrus, Toothbrush, Pencil; nose neighbor, flavor saver, lip tickler and, of course, the infamous youth 'stache.
The moustache can be waxed and sculpted, combed and trimmed; it can be curly, fuzzy, tobacco-stained, long, pointy, suspicious, debonair and even downright silly.
There are many famous moustaches, like those of Charlie Chaplin, Sgt Floyd Pepper (of The Electric Mayhem), Salvador Dali, Dick Dastardly, Groucho Marx, Magnum PI and Frida Kahlo, among others.
What is your opinion of the moustache? Does it turn you on? Does it scare you? Do you despise it? Do you think it laughable? Have you ever had one? Do want one but can't grow it for the life of you?
WHAT TO SUBMIT? 1 - 2 DRAWINGS in response to your feelings, ideas, memories, concerns and general opinions regarding the moustache.
WHO SUBMITS? La Moustache will feature the work of Toronto, Montreal and New York City artsts. Otherwise it's open to anyone who RSVPs by email before May 30, 2007.
WHERE'S THE SHOW? La Moustache will be exhibited for two weeks (at the end of August) in Montreal, followed by dates in Toronto and Brooklyn, NY. (Specific details about these events to be posted on our website.)
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: -Size of each work must fit in an envelop that measures 11" x 17" (that's inches). -Accepted media: ink, graphite, paint, pastel, found materials—whatever can be applied to PAPER. -Work must be on PAPER. -Work must be unframed. -Work can be origional or reproduction. -Clearly print your name, contact info (and asking price if for sale) on the back of your work. -80% sale goes to artist. -If you live outside Toronto, Canada, please include a self-addressed stamped envelop with your submission so we can return it to you.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Friday, August 3rd, 2007
SEND SUBMISSIONS TO: Methinks Presents La Moustache C/O J. Santos 130 Yarmouth Road Toronto, ON, M6G 1X2 Or If you must, contact us to make other submission arrangements.
NOTE: Toronto artists who want to attend the Montreal and/or Brooklyn exhibition openings: we'll make that easy by organizing our Roadtrips to coincide with the events (in both cities). The idea here is to, not only introduce the work but also the creators of the work to each other, in person, and basically to provide opportunies for members all three communities to connect up-close-and-personal-like. Also, we're hoping to provide some trip subsidy for La Moustache artists who want to represent their work and join our Roadtrip party. And if you want to get in on helpiing to get these events together, that is, if you have specific contacts and/or special interest in connecting to Montreal and NYC, let us know and let's work it.
---------------------------------- 38. Call for Submissions: Two by Two Art Event ---------------------------------------------------------------- CALL FOR ART SUBMISSIONS Submission deadline: June 1, 2007
The strength of two is greater than the sum of its separate parts. The idea of relationship—being a neighbour, learning from and leaning on each other—is the basis of an organization right here in Toronto. Romero House is a Toronto community that provides refugees with a friendly and welcoming first step in their new home, our country. Their web site describes their vision:
"The fundamental practice of Romero House is the community-based vision of accompaniment - living together as good neighbours. This vision is inspired by the practice Archbishop Romero introduced in Central America known as acompanamiento, meaning, 'stand by the people'. Everyone who has moved out of Romero House has moved into independent housing."
Two by Two is an art exhibition that will run from June 9 – 15 , 2007 at the Toronto Free Gallery that seeks to raise awareness of and support for refugees living in Toronto. It calls upon local artists to create new work that speaks to the necessity of human relationship and will include informative talks and film screenings surrounding the issue of refugees in Toronto and around the world. Proceeds from the sale of the artwork help support Romero House.
Two by Two is calling artists from all backgrounds and disciplines to create a piece involving two separate parts, which together make a whole. Two by Two asks that artists set their own prices, keeping in mind that this is a benefit show to raise funds for Romero House. Should the artist wish to cover the cost of art making, they may request up to half of the proceeds from the sale.
1. Sign up by e-mailing email@example.com. 2. Create (see description of project above and guidelines below). 3. Send us a photo, JPG or PDF containing your work at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will contact you about how to get it to us in time for the show.
All artists must sign up to participate. Early signup is encouraged due to limited gallery space.
1. The dimensions of your piece must be no larger than 2' by 2'. Sculptural pieces must be no larger than 2' x 2' x 2'.
2. All pieces must be original work.
3. Include Artist information, artist statement and sale price with your work.
GROWNUPS READ THINGS THEY WROTE AS KIDS April 30, 2007 Do you still have anything you wrote as a kid? A poem? A book report? A diary?
What's it done for you lately? Sat in a box?
Come read it out loud. In front of people. And hear other people's funny, sad, and/or embarrassing things they wrote as children. Monday, April 30, 2007. Upstairs at The Victory Cafe. 581 Markham. http://www.danmisener.com/read
Pick up supplies, techniques & ideas for your sewing, needlework, paperarts & beading projects at the Creativ Festival happening at the International Centre in Missisauga from today till Sunday (20-22).
Craft, booze & boogie the last moments of your weekend away at Spins & Needles at the Gladstone (8pm onwards). Don't forget to bring donations of handknitted sweaters, mittens, socks and hats for the StreetKnit Project.
The UnionYogaCenter in Cabbagetown would like to host a monthly, bi-monthly or weekly craft event on Saturdays from May-October. It is located at 242 Carlton Street, at Parliament and Carlton, at street level, with a big beautiful storefront window and lots of street traffic all day, all summer.
The space is available to ambitious crafters who fit this theme: environmentally friendly processes, functional products, and anything that relates to health or yoga or civic awareness. I would eventually like to do retail at the Union, and will find out what works over the summer. I am not interested in selling anything brand new or mass produced. A dream come true would be an artisan making indie yoga stuff....
Arts Open House & Crafts Sale; Saturday, April 28 & Sunday, April 29; 10 am to 5 pm.
Sheridan's popular Arts Open House showcases our talented students through exhibitions, film screenings and demonstrations. Programs featured include Crafts and Design: Glass, Textiles, Furniture and Ceramics; BAA Animation; BAA Illustration, Interior Design, Art Fundamentals, and Art & Art History.An important part of this weekend event is the annual Alumni and Student Crafts Sale where wonderful Sheridan created work may be purchased.Info: 905-845-9430 ext. 2368. http://artsfestival.sheridaninstitute.ca
Free admission and parking.
Independent Studio Workshops in Glass, Ceramics, Furniture and Textiles May 7 - June 15
The Crafts and Design Program at Sheridan College is offering Independent Studio Workshops in Glass, Ceramics, Furniture and Textiles May 7 - June 15. In this self directed program, students will have access to the studio of their choice to engage in personal work and will also have the benefit of the presence of full-time studio academic staff to help guide projects through to completion. Applicants will be considered through personal interviews and the presentation of a portfolio.
Fees: $300 per week for studio access (maximum of 7 weeks), studio availability - Mon - Fri 9:00am - 6:00pm. Additional fees to be individually determined at time of interview.
CNE arts & crafts pavillion - your feedback, please
TCA reader Lara is wondering if anyone has sold their crafts in the Arts and Crafts Pavillion at the CNE. She's curious what it's like to sell there, and would like to know about the general quality of goods on offer - i.e. can you expect to find mostly trash or treasures? Please leave your comments on this post, or if you prefer to remain anonymous-ish , email your feedback here.Thanks!
Opening reception: May 2, 6:30 to 8:00 pm, remarks at 6:45 pm
Cloth is at the heart of history – locally, nationally and globally. Textiles triggered the Industrial Revolution, shaped the national independence of India, and are vital to the economic power of China.
Cloth That Shook The World tells twenty stories, each with textiles setting the stage for change. Featuring headlines such as Starving Textile Workers Go On Rampages and Destroy 21 Mills, Gandhi Vows to Back Indian Weavers, Ban On Traditional Dress Sparks Revolution, and Dying Aral Sea Called Worst Environmental Disaster – Welcome to cloth as front page news!
An evocative addition to Cloth That Shook The World is Factory, a 30-minute film by the prominent Taiwanese artist Chen Chieh-jen. To make this dream-like “documentary” Chen invited a group of women to return to the derelict Lien Fu garment factory – where they had worked for over two decades before losing their jobs. In the 1990s Taiwan’s manufacturing industries began to move abroad to other areas with cheaper labour, and the owners of the garment factory closed the plant, refusing to pay retirement pensions and severance benefits. The film evokes a sense of time stopped and time flowing, reflecting the experiences of textile workers worldwide, overwhelmed by the tornado of change.
Many of the textiles in Cloth That Shook The World were made to travel far and wide, as part of the risky worlds of commerce and profit. Others reflect the political and cultural conflicts in which they played a central role, often resulting in starvation, riots and change.
We are looking for artists and crafters who make their own pieces for the Artisan’s Alley on Saturday August 11, 2007. It is an all day event, and over 5,000 people attend. This is a great opportunity for your readers to sell their crafts.
Artscape is accepting submissions from visual artists, artisans and craftspeople who wish to participate in the Outdoor Art Show + Sale taking place Saturday, September 15th and Sunday, September 16th, 2007 as part of the annual Queen West Art Crawl.
The annual Outdoor Art Show + Sale attracts over 15,000 people and provides a great opportunity for artists to sell their work, expand their contact list and network with other artists in a completely unique exhibition environment at Trinity Bellwoods Park.
Artists interested in participating should visit the Artscape website at www.torontoartscape.on.ca/qwac for the full Call for Submissions and Artist Application Form.
The Queen West Art Crawl is an annual festival celebrating Toronto's Queen Street West and is organized by Artscape in association with the arts, business and residential communities of Queen Street West. Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, Artscape is a Toronto-based not-for-profit enterprise engaged in culture-led regeneration. Artscape's work encompasses building creative places, developing creative districts and clusters and cultivating cities on a local, national and international level.
A little spring optimism from Toronto Church of Craft:
I'm going to think positively about getting some sun and working with my hands - to stay warm - on Sunday, April 22 in DufferinGrovePark and maybe the univeral weather being-things will hear me. Isn't that what the hokey 'Secret' is all about?? Let's all do it!
I believe the 22nd is also Earth Day so let's make stuff in nature - between and
Also, if you happen to have a Facebook account -and judging by the people that've found me there, many of you probably do - I've set up a Church of Craft group to help me out where the official Church of Craft website can't (ie. stay current).
Work by Nik Dudukovic, Katherine Dynes, Carole Ellams, Kaitlin Gates, Salina Kwan, Jae h Lee, Gideon Naf, Loree Ovens, Johnathan Panczyszyn, Ashley Readings, Pablo Rios, Colin B Rogers, Ruta Emilija Tribinevicius, Amanda White, and Chris Wong. Curated by Paul Dempsey.
Spring has finally arrived and so has our summer collection of deliciously soft cotton, silk, llama and merino wool in a dazzling selection of fresh colours. It’s time to get started on a new seasonal project! As always, classes are free and drop-in, so no need to register but space is limited, so be sure to arrive early to guarantee a spot.
Quick & Easy Cotton Hoodie
Why make an ordinary scarf? Create this original hooded shrug and learn to knit at the same time! It’s a great beginner project but open to anyone who just wants to knit up an awesome little piece for spring. You will learn how to cast-on, cast-off, knit, purl and join seams invisibly. Best of all, you'll walk out wearing your project!
4 hours (2 two-hour sessions) Sunday April 29, Sunday May 6, Cost: Materials only
Cozy Cotton Raglan
This project launches us into spring and summer. It’s simple, quick…and impossibly soft! Create this cozy cotton raglan sweater while customizing it for your length and size – make it short, long or even as a dress. You will be learning the most sensible approach to creating raglan sleeves, which can be applied to any project you make in the future. At the same time, we will be introducing the "kitchener rib" cast-on and cast-off method in order to create a more professional ribbed edging.
Skill level: This project is suited to anyone who is already comfortable with casting-on, casting off, knit and purl stitch.
4 hours (2 two-hour sessions) Sunday May 13, Sunday May 20, Cost: Materials only
At this installment we also welcome donations of handknitted sweaters, hats, mittens and socks for StreetKnit ( http://www.streetknit.ca). Streetknit is a Toronto initiative that rallies knitters to create items that are distributed to homeless shelters across the city. Yarn and needles will be also be available to get you started.
*About Spins & Needles* Created in 2005 and based in Ottawa, Spins & Needles is Canada's first established independent monthly event that mixes hip craft projects with DJs spinning funky beats at various bars, galleries and esoteric spaces across the country. Sites have included the National Gallery of Canada, the Canadian Museum of Civilization, Pop Montreal and the Gladstone Hotel in Toronto. Other spin-off events include the monthly Disco Bingo night, various workshops, sales and swap meets.
****** LESLIEVILLE TREE FESTIVAL Dearest Crafty Craft-Maker: Consider this Grove of Considerable Fu-uhn
On Saturday, May 12th 2007 , join city councilor Paula Fletcher, LEAF ( Local Enhancement and Appreciation of Forests) and TorontoParks, Forestry and Recreation in LeslieGrovePark in Leslieville for this big old neighbourhood arbour-up!
A family-oriented event that offers a fun-filled way to learn about and celebrate our local urban forests, music, food, story-tellers, kids activities, wonders and spectacles, and local artists will be part of this event. We also wish to invite craft-makers and artisans.
What better day and place to come out and peddle your wares!
Seasoned or unseasoned crafty person, make up a little table to sell your tree toys, idiosyncratic high fashions, doggie-dog sweaters, crocheted pirate booty, chip-bag hand-bags, handmade soap, jewelry, zines, love potions. Brownie points for having a tree or eco-theme. Whatever you think is beautiful, fun and appropriate on such a day.
Table registration is $20. Registration for not-for-profit organizations is free. Table set up is from to on the day of the festival.
If you require more information or to register, please email sbaker2 AT toronto.ca or phone at 416-338-7185.
LeslieGrovePark is at the corner of Queen St and Jones Ave.
Ryan Kamstra, Coordinator Toronto Tree Tour Collaborative LEAF & Toronto Public Space Committee 73 Bathurst St, Suite 305 Toronto, ON M5V 2P6 Tel 416-413-9244 Cell 647-298-6558 www.leaftoronto.org www.publicspace.ca
MaRGie Jewellery Studio is finally up and running!!!!
To celebrate we are having a grand opening party next Wednesday April11th from 6:30-9:00. There will be music, yummy snacks and drinks. We'll be doing demonstrations all night to introduce all the classestaught at the studio. See www.margiejewellery.com for class times,prices and descriptions.
See [flyer below] for details. No need to RSVP...just show up if you can.
I thought your readers might like to know about the Spring Stitch'n'Kitsch show that is coming up on April 14th in Waterloo (10am-5pm, at the First United Church on the corner of King and William Streets). The Stitch'n'Kitsch is a collective of about 30 members (two from TO!) who gather to put on fantastic craft shows, chat, and generally have an awesome time. On our website, http://www.stitchnkitsch.com/, you can find out more about our shows, members, and even see a small sneak peek of some of the items at our upcoming sale!