Got Craft? Blog


Got Craft? has gone bite sized!

The rumors are true!

Vancouver’s largest indie craft fair has gone bite sized! Got Craft is set to take place every second Sunday between June to November from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm at Little Mountain Studios located at 195 E. 26th Avenue (at Main Street).

Featuring a rotating list of 13 vendors, Got Craft? showcases the best hand made vendors in the City!

Interested in participating?

Contact me at info(dot)gotcraft(com) for an application


Sewing and Stitchery Expo 2009

If you find yourself near Puyallup on February 26, 27, 28 or March 1st, make sure you drop on by to the Sewing and Stitchery Expo 2009! With over 200 exhibitors, this is surely an amazing event! Rob & Corinne from the Thread Bangers will be holding free presentations in the Showplex and don't miss their Sunday only event RECYCLE RAMA in the Centennial Tent! For more information about the event, please visit their website.


sad news

With magazines dropping left, right and center, I think that we all knew that this was coming ....

Craft Magazine announced today that issue #10 will be their last print issue. You can read the entire article here.


vendor call for may 09!

Applications to the next Got Craft? on Sunday, May 3rd, 2009 are due Friday, March 6th! Only 43 tables are available at this show and with over 30 applications already submitted, we are getting excited!

Are your products handmade by you? If so, contact us for an application or visit the vendor section on the Got Craft website.


and it begins again ...

That's right! It is swag bag time once again!

The first 30 people through the doors at Got Craft? receive a free handmade swag bag. Our very first two events had paper bags and then we decided to hand make the bags for the next event. This is year 2 and the third set that we have made. Going from people who have never sewn before to making 120 bags (by the time I finish these)... I think we have come a long way!

With a jam packed Summer and Fall season, I decided that I better make both sets of bags now rather than start panicking later. This year, the bags will be made out of thrift store fabrics, clearance fabrics from Dressew and unused fabric from my own stash. Its quite electic. So far, all the pockets have been put together and sewn onto the front of the bags. I finished trimming them and pinning them together on Friday and they are just sitting in pleasant piles waiting to be sewn together. Has anybody watched Lost? I am on season 2. It is keeping me entertained while I sew.



Like the banner? I figured it was time for a new look!

Photo Credit: Blue Olive Photography
Cards by Uncle Phil Greeting Cards
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