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Thu., Oct. 13, 2011, 10:37 a.m.

It’s the begining of craft show season

Corrine Bayraktaroglu adds another section of knitting to  the
Corrine Bayraktaroglu adds another section of knitting to the "Knit Knot Tree" on Xenia Ave. in Yellow Springs, Ohio on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2008. The art project in this southwest Ohio village, already known for its artistic flavor and offbeat art, has become a conversation piece and even a photo op. (AP Photo/Skip Peterson) ORG XMIT: OHSP101 (Skip Peterson / The Spokesman-Review)

The blog got an email from the people behind Handmade Parade, a craft show and open house that's held on Dec. 3 at a private home (2518 S. Magnolia Court).
Handmade Parade is looking for vendors featuring handcrafted items, art work and crafts for this year's show.
For more information visit the group's website here.

This is the third year for the Handmade Parade. Jane Harper, one of the organizers, wrote in the email that it's a great venue for new crafters and hobbyists to test the waters and show their wares. Vendors don't have to remain on-site all day and there's a $25 registration fee to reserve a spot. Commission is collected based on sales. Vendors may apply until Nov. 1 - the application form is available on the website above.

(The photo is a couple of years old and from Ohio... perhaps an idea for Spokane this winter?)




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Pia Hallenberg
Pia Hallenberg joined The Spokesman-Review in 2004. She is currently a reporter for the City Desk covering Spokane Valley city hall and community news. She also writes news features about people and events.

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