CRAFT’s Ginny Robinson and Sherry Huss worked the CRAFT table at Sunday’s first ever Craftaluma fair in Petaluma, CA, hosted by the Petalluma Craft Mafia. Pictured above clockwise: Sherry at the CRAFT table, a close up of the knit chicken and egg, Tally of Little Purls in her awesome knit jewelry, and a photo of the table before the doors opened.
Crafters. Music. Hotdogs. Facepainting. The premiere Craftaluma event in Petaluma yesterday was a totally laid back show with a kicky circus theme.
Craft occupied the lobby entrance in the Petaluma Veteran’s Memorial Hall. The Craft: 06 Chicken and Egg project graced the Craft table — a nod to Petaluma’s history as the “Egg Capital of the World”. We met a few Craft first timers, a few loyal subscribers and often- loyal craftzine fans. Nice to have an indie craft show in our own backyard, and looking forward to what the folks from Petaluma Craft Mafia come up with next!
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Kudos to these gals for putting the day on. It was a wonderful event and such a change to go to a craft show and find only things that were made here not imported for resale. Gotta love those edgy tees from Juror2.
It was a wonderful event, a bit small, but worth the trek to Petaluma. Some of the crafters were really brilliant, others were showing stuff more suited to a church sale. I would have liked to have seen more signage from the street and press for the event. The live music and raffle was fantastic.
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